Who says you have to carve a pumpkin at Halloween? These no carve painted pumpkin craft tutorials are perfect when you want to avoid the knives, drilling, scooping and all the hard work that goes along with Jack-o-Lanterns.
Instead, these painted pumpkin diy’s are fun! They are safe for kids. They are colorful, unique, and a gorgeous way to get in the Halloween Spirit! So let’s check them out.
Looking to create a disco with your Halloween Decor? These pumpkins are glittery, bright, and so cute! All you need is paint, tape, and glitter.
You can marble anything including pumpkins using nail polish! It’s one of my favorite techniques for creating gorgeous swirls of color.
Swoon. These painted faces feel ethereal and whimsical and the color palette is just perfect too! Get the tutorial from one of my favorite blogs The House that Lars Built.
Looking to brighten up your Halloween decor? A Kaolic Chic Blog is hyper fun and colorful. These pumpkins are influenced by Memphis Design but also capture a perfect Saved by the Bell vibe!
These pumpkins draw inspiration from African mudcloth. It’s is a traditional Malian fabric that is dyed with fermented mud into gorgeous patterns like this.
Love a good ombre? Taper your color from dark to light with this simple tutorial. Choose pink like these pumpkins or any color of the rainbow.
Brushstrokes and polka dots! What makes these pumpkins so special is the perfect use of color. Get the tutorial from A Subtle Revelry!
These ghosts are easier to paint then you think! Twinkle Twinkle Little Party Blog does a great job at showing you how to create these fun shapes step by step.
Who doesn’t love a good donut?! These rainbow sprinkle painted pumpkins come in vanilla, chocolate, and strawberry. They are so fun!
This magical pumpkin has a flower crown and a handcrafted horn! Make one for yourself with just a few simple steps.
These galaxy pumpkins have layers of black paint with wisps of blue, pink, purple and white. It’s layered with color but simple to create!
These pumpkins are inspired by the gorgeous floral patterns from Rifle Paper. The gold and pastels are just so gorgeous together!
Speaking of flowers, how about a cactus?! These cactus pumpkins are placed inside a terra cotta planter to really set the scene.
Let me tell you a little secret. Eucalyptus smells amazing! Not only are these Eyelash Pumpkins easy to make, they will smell amazing in your home.
Hand lettering is one of the most popular diy’s right now! Learn how easy it is to create hand lettered pumpkins with this fall perfect tutorial.
Aren’t these pumpkins so simple and clever?! Gingham is perfect for fall. Think cozy blankets, sweaters, and Hygge life.
If you love henna, bring that joy to your Halloween and fall decor! This tutorial even comes with templates to make your henna art easier to create.
Blue and white porcelain always feels so high end! If you want to create pumpkins that match your china, you must make these!
Surprise! It’s a party. These pumpkins have faces that are fun, party hats that are silly, and a color palette that is so clever. That’s why you have got to make them.
The rainbow spiders are so colorful but don’t overlook the gold gilded stem! It completes this fun look.
Who doesn’t want a centerpiece like this?! What a great example of how color can make all the difference. Get more inspiration from another of my favorite blogs Oh Happy Day.
Hey everyone needs a bonus! Here’s a series of pumpkins that range from scary, to modern, to cool. What pulls them all together is creating a perfect color palette.
So which painted pumpkins are you going to make? Tell us below and happy crafting!
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