What is the first thing that comes to my mind when I think about sequins? Well of course I think of my freshmen homecoming dress.
Let me tell you that thing was blinged out! I will post a picture at the bottom of this post for you to see, don’t judge… TeeHee
Today I will show you how to make a Sequined Pumpkin.
*Sequins (small and large)
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How gorgeous are these sequins! I used the same iridescent color but in two sizes. It looks good when there is a small one in front of the big one.
I am using gold head pins. I like the gold because it adds some color to the sequins and dresses up everything.
The first thing you will do is place a small sequin on the pin then the large one right on top of that one.
Start placing them in your pumpkin starting the very top.
This is what it will look like once you have completely finished it. It’s so pretty I could eat it. Well not really but you get my point!
If you want to bedazzle it some more grab some glitter glue. If you don’t have glitter glue you can use any glue you have.
Coat the stem with glue then sprinkle with glitter. I used orange but you can use any color that you want.
It’s really that simple. The good news is we still have Thanksgiving to decorate for and you could make some gold and brown ones. I will warn you that they are very time consuming however they are worth it in the end.
When you are saving them up after the holiday’s make sure to place each one in a single ziplok bag so they don’t get dingy.
HERE IS THE LOVELY DRESS! Yes that me in the red dress with my bro and seester!
I hope you enjoyed this tutorial! See you in the next post!
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Great project! The pumpkin looks creepy!!! Just right for Halloween 😉
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