Paint big pumpkins with gloss Hobbylack and a wide, flat brush. You can combine different colours to make new colours and shades.
Paint assorted patterns on the pumpkins, such as circles, stripes, and a harlequin pattern. Paint free-hand, so that the pumpkins have a nice hand-painted appearance. Apply one layer at a time and let each colour dry before moving on to the next one. It’s better to apply several thin layers of paint rather than one thick layer.
Spray glass bottles with black spray paint. Remember to protect the area around you while spraying, because the spray mist could land on the floor or nearby walls and objects. Shake the spray can well and spray a thin layer from a distance of about 25 cm, let dry, and spray another layer if needed. Hold the can upside down and spray out the excess until nothing more comes out.
Create a frighteningly fabulous tablescape for your Halloween party! Paint big, striking patterns on huge pumpkins with Hobbylack. Then complete your Halloween table with black candlestick holders made out of old glass bottles and black spray paint.