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Inspired by the hit movie Cruella, this pumpkin is a bursting with style and evil. Add mini pumpkins painted black and white to complete your spooky theme.
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1. Paint large Faux Pumpkin using FolkArt Ballet Pink.
2. Using a Palette Knife, distress lower half of Faux Pumpkin using FolkArt Rose Pink and Berry
3. Paint Faux Pumpkin Stem using FolkArt Pure Black.
4. Add FolkArt Glitterific in Black Opal and Unicorn onto stem.
5. Add Decorative Ribbon to top of stem.
6. Tape down CardStock using Masking Tape.
7. Paint CardStock using large Foam Brush.
8. Using Stencils, paint letters with a Stencil Brush and FolkArt Pure Black.
9. Cut out Scrap Book Paper.
10. Adhere Scrap Book Paper onto CardStock using Mod Podge Paper.
11. Allow to slightly dry and then crumble up to resemble old News Paper.
12. Adhere onto Faux Pumpkin using Hot Glue.
13. Paint spots onto 3 small Faux Pumpkins.
14. Add Decorative Ribbon.
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