No Carve Pumpkin ideas just because we’ve all been there had a great idea to have a fun afternoon with the kids designing and carving pumpkins like the ones on Pinterest, but the reality is that it will be you doing the carving because they’re kids, then they’ll get bored, then you have to clear up the mess. So we at Home-Start MAJIK have sourced a few No Carve Pumpkin Ideas to help make Halloween that little bit easier!
Glow In the Dark Pumpkins!
You will need:*Plastic Pumpkins
- Step One: Grab your neon paint and start at the top of the pumpkin drawing thin, squiggly lines up and down. You can go to the middle of the pumpkin with the lines or go to the very bottom. It’s completely up to you. We wanted to make it look like the lines were dripping down on the first pumpkin.
- Step Two: Grab your next color and start adding it right next to your first color. You will repeat this process until your pumpkin is filled in. I like to leave a few white sections showing on my pumpkins to add some negative space.
- You can even paint the stem of your pumping to add some flare to it!
- Time for the action! Putting them to the actual test, under a black light.
Melted Crayon Pumpkin – seriously this one is fun! (and you get to use up the broken crayons)
How to make it:
- Unwrap your crayons
- Cut the crayons in half
- Glue about 16 crayon pieces using tacky glue to the pumpkin
- After the glue has dried, use a hair dryer to melt the crayons