I grew some pumpkins in the back, not that many plants but some that weren't quite turning orange. I think the seeds were for the white pumpkins but may have teamed up pollination with a squash plant. I took out my clippers and filled up my cart with them, gave them a good washing and set them all up in my garage to paint.
Out came my blue Annie Sloan paint and thought that would take about an hour to do them all, but the paint wasn't covering well. Needed two coats and then the finish was that "chalk" flat color. I went to my spray can stash and decided to try painting a few in silver, gold and bronze. Spray painting took only seconds and covered so well AND I thought made the pumpkins look
I will share with you later about what a fabulous class we had learning how to make flower bouquets. I have so many pictures, it will make this post way too long. Talk to you in a couple days!!! Have fun spray painting pumpkins or gourds or even plastic pumpkins.