Kids Fingerprint Pumpkin Designs

by Lynn Lilly, Oct 14 2021

My daughter is a little too young to be carving pumpkins but she loves to decorate them. I teamed up with Tulip to make fingerprint pumpkin designs. Their paints are prefect for kid friendly projects. This was a great mommy and me project for Lily. She stamped her fingers and she also painted mine to stamp them and then I finished off each design with details and a bow! 

Lily and I made a candy corn, spider and ghost fingerprint pumpkins. Check out the video and tutorial below. 
Materials:

Directions for Candy Corn Fingerprint Pumpkin:

Use a paint brush to brush a line of of white, yellow and orange on your kiddos finger tips and stamp on the pumpkin. We alternated her fingers and mine!

Directions for Spider Fingerprint Pumpkin:

Dip fingertips in black paint and stamp on the pumpkin. Stamp sideways to get the shape for the spider body. Use a paint brush to pain legs on each fingerprint and eyes. 

Directions for Ghost Fingerprint Pumpkin:

Dip fingertips in white paint and stamp on the pumpkin. Once try paint on the ghost eyes and mouth in black with a paint brush. 

Mommy and Me Halloween Craft

Finish off all the pumpkins with a bow! 

Fingerprint Pumpkin Craft for Kids

This was such a fun craft to do with Lily! Shop all of Tulip's products on their website and get other fun ideas. 

Fingerprint Pumpkin Craft for Kids

Check out a few of my other favorite projects for Halloween with Tulip: Halloween Face Masks, Halloween Hoop Decor, Family Hippie Halloween Costume.

Happy Halloween! 

Lynn

This post is sponsored by Tulip but all thoughts and opinions are my own! 



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