Ha, ha, I thought you were going to tell me it was some new kind of cocktail! Hammered pumpkins...love what you did to them. They are thanking you!Debra
Those do look really cool!
Oh my . . . they look amazing!
wow! i made the "faux mercury" ones from the DIY show off, but I think I may need a few hammered ones to add to my mix! thanks for the great idea!
You need three, you really do...hahaha thanks for stopping by and yes, I am going to go back to what I do and not worry about it.
They turned out great! And a good price as well.
Hi Stephanie, thanks for "missing me" :) This has just been one of those weeks that did not have enough hours in it!! Love, love, these pumpkins!! After spraying they look like they would even be heavy to pick up!! :)
I love these! I used the same paint on a large outside urn a few years ago and its amazing what these new spray paints can do. Oh! I love your new kitties...i'm a kitty person.
I would have thought they cost a fortune had you not shared your tip. Very creative painting them metallic...
They look very cool!
"Hammered" it is then!! Thanks doll, love the idea there as I wondered what to do with 'ugly' pumpkins that have faded. I won't purchase a fresh one until the week of. So the phrase is... "Love it". ;)Olivia
Ok... LOVE this.... and now I think I will be making a stop at Walmart today!! It's perfect!!~Whitney
These look great. I need a can of that Hammered Paint! Saw a can a few weeks ago but didn't have a project...now I do! Thanks!
Your pumpkins look wonderful. Great idea. Thanks for sharing.
I LOVE those! What a great idea. http://theshadesofpink.blogspot.com/2009/09/room-month-is-back.html
Those look great!
Those look great! Funny ~ I just bought the same ones at Wal-Mart last week...haven't gotten around to them yet! Yours are wonderful!~Ashley
I LOVE metallic hammered spray paint (I have so many cans of it here because it's one of my favorites). Those look gorgeous! Thanks for joining in the Fall Festival!:)Roeshel
Stephanie - sometimes figuring these things out is so complicated. You can actually even go to my site, highlight the picture, right click and choose "copy" then open your blog post to edit it and click "control+V". That'll add the picture. Then highlight it and add this link:http://thediyshowoff.blogspot.com/2009/09/fall-festival-week-3.htmlIf it's not working - just mention it and cut/past that link (highlight the link and click the "paper clip" to insert the link there too). That'll make it clicky. Good luck. I will work on making the code so it can just be inserted. Sorry for the confusion!:)Roeshel
Hi, Stephanie!Grandma, your Mom and I are here at the "Grainery" with free internet service, looking at all our blogs.. We need to talk them into getting the internet at their houses! :) Loved seeing everyone's updates!Comment from your Mom: Love seeing all of your blogs... would love to see YOU! Love you always.. - Love Mom. Comment from Grandma: Ditto what your Mom said.. - Love Grandma
Ohhhhh those are dreaamy!!!Love 'um!
Great pumpkins!! I am spraying mine white- don't you just love spray paint!!blessingsmary
Hi Stephanie! Love, love, love this idea!! I had just read on a friend's blog that someone had done this with dollar store pumpkins, and then I found you!! Thanks for sharing this awesome idea! It will go so well in my home and has given me inspiration for using this paint with other things!Hope you have a wonderful week!Blessings,Becky
Looks great! I did the same with some not so pretty orange pumpkins last year from Wal Mart...I painted mine white and added some colored leaves. It's amazing what one can do with some spray paint and a little creativity. Thanks for the inspiration.
Oh wow! i want to go do that today! Thank you for sharing. They look amazing!
Goodbye ugly pumpkins! They look great. Thanks for sharing such a great idea.
These are wonderful. Thanks for the idea, have to do this!!! Love your site, will be a regular!
I love this idea!
They look great, so much better and sounds so easy!
LOVE the color!!!
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