I don’t know about your kids, my mine are completely obsessed with Big Hero 6. There is something so friendly about that Baymax that my kids have latched onto. When we started our project this year of making No Carve Pumpkin, they continually begged for a Baymax one and I don’t know what the heck took me so long to make one it is literally the easiest pumpkin you will ever make. I made mine with a dollar store pumpkin but you could use a larger fake pumpkin or a real pumpkin whichever you want. I always use the fake pumpkins for our no carve masterpieces because then I can save them all in a box and pull them all out next year and I don’t have to throw away all of my work.
Baymax No Carve Pumpkin
You will need:
- a dollar store pumpkin (or real pumpkin)
- white paint
- black paint
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When I say this is the easiest pumpkin you will ever make, I mean it! Seriously, all you need to do is paint the pumpkin completely white. Use a couple of coats to get it good and covered. After the white has dried completely, paint two black circles on the pumpkin, this is done easiest with a circle paint brush but a regular one would work as well. After you have painted your two circles, connect them with a simple black line.
Allow the pumpkin to dry completely before displaying. If you want your Baymax to have a little bit of a gloss to him, spray the entire pumpkin with a clear gloss spray paint. This will make him shiny and protect the pumpkin for years to come.
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Do your kids love Baymax?