вторник, 26 июля 2016 г.

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Love indigo and love marbling! I just bought big pumpkins and now I want to go back to the store and get little ones also to make these. Lol Pinned


I love these! They are so pretty!


So cool!


Thanks so much!


Wow. I love these.


Thanks for the great idea.


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Oh wow – these look amazing! I can’t wait to try this technique on EVERYTHING! Thankyou for the beautiful inspiration.


You are so sweet, thanks!


Oh my gosh these are so so pretty!


Thanks so much!


Beautiful. Wil definitely have to give this ago. Couldn’t tell which were the fake pumpkins Which handled it better?


They actually both turned out really well. The faux ones are just a bit more white.


These seem so simple but look amazing! I went a little overboard on white pumpkins this year and can’t wait to try this!


Enjoy!


What a seriously beautiful take on the marble look! I absolutely love this idea. So creative and gorgeous!


This is so cool! Will try this with lots of other colors.


Enjoy!


You know we have a thing for indigo, right? When it came time to start decorating pumpkins this year, we had to give them the indigo treatment. One of our favorite projects to date was our Marbled Indigo Easter Eggs. You would not believe how many times that post has been viewed! We had to give this same treatment to pumpkins. The indigo hue would look best on white so we opted to use the mini white pumpkins.


There is something so sweet and almost delicate about the mini white pumpkins. A few weeks ago I picked up some mini pumpkins at the grocery. I also picked up a few faux white pumpkins at Target. I was curious to see which would take the marbling treatment the best. Can you tell which ones were the faux pumpkins?


Read more to learn how to make the Marbled Indigo Pumpkins…


Supplies


indigo blue nail polish


stir stick


plastic container


Steps


Fill a plastic container 3/4 full with lukewarm water (If the water is too cold the nail polish will sink). Add indigo blue nail polish.


Use a wood stick to stir the nail polish on top of the water.


Did the pumpkin in the water and spin a bit.


Remove from water and dry on wax paper. Flip pumpkin after 20 mins to dry on the other side.


Photos by Sara Albers. all rights reserved


Original article and pictures take http://www.aliceandlois.com/marbled-indigo-pumpkins/ site

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