Chalkboard Hand-Lettered Pumpkins. These chalkboard hand lettered pumpkins are the perfect way to dress up your Fall decorations with your own personalized sayings and drawings.
Hi Dawn Nicole readers! I’m Bethany from The Southern Couture hoping you and your kiddos had a fun, candy-filled Halloween and looking forward to the blessings of Thanksgiving.
Just because Halloween has passed, it doesn’t mean that all the pumpkins have to be thrown out or packed up. Fall is still here and pumpkins are a great way to decorate for Thanksgiving too.
Plus you are just in time to buy some artificial pumpkins that you can usually find on clearance after Halloween to use for this project.
Now we all know how talented Dawn is with hand lettering and design. I just love her style and ability to write just about anything in the most artistic way.
- Artificial pumpkins
- Chalkboard spray paint
- Chalk or chalk markers
Spray the pumpkin with multiple coats according to the spray paint canister directions.
Using chalk or a chalk marker, write and decorate your pumpkin how your heart desires.
I highly recommend checking out Dawn’s hand lettering page for tons of post full of resources and ideas to get you started. She even has a facebook group that you can request to join to learn even more tips and tricks for hand lettering and design. And it’s completely free so why not take the opportunity.
I placed mine on the front porch with other pumpkins and flowers designed especially for Fall to take me right up to Thanksgiving!
Be sure to check out my Fall front porch decor as well for more ideas that won’t break the bank but will also look beautiful with these hand lettered pumpkins.
Enjoy this beautiful season of giving and love. I hope you can practice your hand lettering skills as well on this chalkboard pumpkin. It is definitely one of my favorites!
Bethany is the DIY blogger behind The Southern Couture. A wife and Mom to three furbabies may keep her busy, but she loves just about anything DIY, craft, holidays, party planning, recipes, repurposing, and upcycling. She is a child of God that always tries to encourage others to always enjoy the little things in life which is where the greatest joy can sometimes be found.