Wednesday, October 17, 2012

PUMPKINS, no Carving...



Well, the granddaughters wanted to try their hand at painting pumpkins.
So off to Walmart we go.
Got some acrylic paints, brushes, and some small pumpkins.


Little Bit decided to paint her pumpkins blue and pink.
This just happens to be her's and her sister's favorite colors.


Doodles decided that one pumpkin would be white,
but hadn't made up her mind what color to do for the other.


Little Bit has a pretty good start on hers. The Pink and the Blue
are really pretty colors.


The project is coming along really nice. It just takes time...


Doodles dolls are standing close by to watch the progress.


Little Bit is helping her pumpkins to dry.
Will this project EVER get done?


Actually, you wouldn't have to paint the bottoms since
you don't really see that part when you set them around.
But we were having fun and decided to paint the whole thing.


Can you believe it! They are done!!
Don't you just love Little Bit's one-eyed pumpkins!


The girls had some pink beads and little flowers, so I
decided I'd super glue some on this pumpkin.


Doodles decided that her other pumpkin would be Rainbow colors.


Doodles said that she didn't want to paint the stem for THAT
was the best part of the pumpkin.  Well, I think the colors are AWESOME!


Each pumpkin gets a special place in the house.



That was so much fun! The best part was just being
with my granddaughters and listening to them talk
about school and their friends; Listening to them laugh;
Being excited about their pumpkins...

Yea, I'm blessed indeed.

I'm linking with Chubskulit Rose
Color Connection!

Here's to your health!

6 comments:

  1. Those are really cute. I like the pretty beads added to the one..great idea. I just did my first batch of painted pumpkins as well. It's such a fun idea :)

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  2. Now those are the most prettiest pumpkin I have ever seen so far. Your little artist is so pretty!

    I am so glad to have you on board with Color Connection. If you get a chance, please use the meme's badge in your post and share the meme to your readers so they can join to if they like. Thank you so much once again!

    Rose

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    1. Oh, thanks so much, Rose. I'm not sure how to share the meme, but I did add a link to the site. That was the one most important thing to do!! Well, it's done now.
      Such a pleasure meeting you.
      Brenda

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    2. Thank you so much for linking up to Color Connection last week, come and join us again this week. The linky is up now.

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  3. Gorgeous pumpkins, Brenda! The girls are sure creative, and nice touch with the beads and flowers. That sounds like it was a lot of fun being with your granddaughters and just enjoying life and the season. They will certainly remember this.

    Blessings, Marianne xo

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  4. Awww! Your post made my day :-) what a fun time with your grand daughters, they are both pretty and love their colorful pumpkins :-) Yes! you are blessed indeed! Dropping by from Color Connection :-)

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