When we started our No Carve Pumpkin project this year, I wanted to represent as many Disney Characters as possible. When my girls started asking for a Snow White pumpkin, I knew I wanted something different than another rhinestone covered princess pumpkin. We watched the movie together and this is what we came up with. It is the absolutely perfect way to represent Snow White with a spooky Halloween twist. The best part of this pumpkin is that it is SO easy and just requires a pumpkin and a little bit of paint.
I used a fake pumpkin to create this, but you can use a real one, a dollar store one, whatever works for you. 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.
Snow White Poison Apple Pumpkin
You will need:
- red paint
- white paint
- paint brush
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This pumpkin is almost as easy at the Baymax pumpkin I posted about a few posts back. The longest thing about creating this pumpkin is just drying time between coats. Take a sponge brush and paint your pumpkin completely red except for the stem. You may need to paint a few coats to get the orange of the pumpkin nice and covered. After the red has completely dried, Paint the top half of the pumpkin white. You will want to paint the bottom edge of the pumpkin drippy, like in the photo below.
After the white has dried, paint eye and nose sockets on with red. Elongate one of the eyes into more of an oval and make the other one circle. If you want your Poisoned Apple 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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What pumpkin would you make to represent Snow White?