You know how I always say to look at the shape of things. Everything can be painted and if it stays long enough in my house it probably will be at some point. I bought these little lemonade bottles for a movie night (along with some other treats) but I also had another motive for buying them. As soon as I looked at them I saw pumpkins.
Once they were emptied, cleaned out and the labels taken off, they were ready to be painted. I chose Krylon Fusion Spray Paint for plastic (gloss) as my paint. This is my favorite paint right now. I even like to use it on pieces that aren’t plastic. It’s incredibly durable. The color is Pumpkin Orange. I always spray an item upside down first then turn it over and paint it right side up. I don’t know if it makes any difference but I think the coverage is better and blends well doing it that way.
I had some awesome pumpkin face vinyls left over from a FabDecor project so I used them on the bottles.
I let the paint dry over night then stuck the cute vinyl faces on. The bottles weren’t big enough to have room for the mouths so I left most of them off.
Now just fill them with a favorite candy and they’re ready to give as a party favor , a class treat or a cute neighbor gift. You could even take the faces off, add some twine and a tag and they could be used as place cards for Thanksgiving dinner.
Halloween crafts and decorations are so fun. Do you decorate and craft for Halloween?
I’m linking to these awesome blog parties:
Countdown to Fall Party at The DIY Showoff
Show and Tell Linky Party at SNAP
Whatever Goes Wednesday at Someday Crafts
October Fest of Fun at The DIY Showoff
Sunday Showcase Party at Under the Table and Dreaming
Tip Me Tuesday at Tip Junkie
Under $10 Under 1 Hour Fall Party at 320 Sycamore