3 Toddler-Friendly ways to decorate a pumpkin.
There are a ton of different ways you can decorate a pumpkin without carving into it but Zae and I picked three that we wanted to do this Halloween season. These are inexpensive and toddler friendly, what can be better?
The small pumpkins I found at our local grocery store for $1.00 each. They're way easier for little toddler hands to handle and at a price I couldn't pass up. The pumpkin on the far left in the photo below my daughter named "Peaky Orange" the second she picked it out at the grocery store. It was so random and cute!
The first pumpkin we decorated is actually my favorite and was so fun to do. Get your pumpkin, glue, some googley eyes and let your little one get to decorating! The glue we already had and the googley eyes we got at a local store here in Europe but you can find them at Michales, Joanns, Wal-mart and maybe even the 99cent store or the dollar tree. It's a great way to let your toddler decorate a creepy pumpkin for Halloween!
Look how creepy yet cute that eye covered pumpkin is!
Next my little one and I got out our acrylic paints and she painted her second pumpkin. I poured the colors she wanted and let her creativity flow. We paint every week so this was right up her alley.
The last pumpkin (and most anticipated by my toddler) was decorated out of glitter glue. I got third glittler glue pens from the same store I got the googly eyes but again you can find them at your local arts and crafts store or even 99cent store.
My daughter loves anything with glitter so she really had fun decorating with glitter glue. When it dries the colors aren't as colorful but still has the glitter effect.
So there you have it, our three easy and toddler friendly ways to decorate a pumpkin!
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