Holidays & Special Occasions Halloween DIY Primitive Jack o’Lantern

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      Here’s how to make Primitive Jack-o-Lantern made with a repurposed Quaker oatmeal cardboard container.

      Use a pencil to draw his face and then use a box cutter or exacto knife to cut it out.

      For the color Deborah combined Waverly chalk paint in pumpkin and coffee bean in folk art blended together to achieve a nice prim orange.

      Completely coat the “pumpkin”, the let it dry.

      primitive jack o lantern
      by Deborah Ansar

      Once dry, apply a matte finish mod podge to seal and dust lightly with powdered cinnamon.

      for the top she used a plastic funnel that she painted and dusted as well, then apply a shredded burlap ribbon to finish the effect.

      the candle that is used is a battery operated candle, no flame and is resting on a bed of craft moss/straw.

      this project was created by deborah ansar and shared in my crafting group.

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Holidays & Special Occasions Halloween DIY Primitive Jack o’Lantern