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Disney The Little Mermaid Pumpkin

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Dinglehoppers, Snarfblatts and this DIY Disney The No-Carve Little Mermaid Pumpkin are the perfect way to celebrate Halloween!

Dinglehoppers, Snarfblatts and this DIY Disney The Little Mermaid Pumpkin are the perfect way to celebrate Halloween!
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Look at this stuff. Isn’t it neat? While you may not totally be in the mood for a Disney-inspired pumpkin today, I am in full Halloween mode behind the scenes here at The Farm Girl Gabs (even though it is August).

It’s hard. Really, it is. We are still enjoying the last few weeks of summer vacation and here I am decorating a series of Disney-inspired Pumpkins. First up is this Little Mermaid Pumpkin. Look at this stuff, isn’t it neat? I just love how she turned out.

This Disney pumpkin obsession started last year for me when I shared how to make a Minnie Mouse pumpkin and a Cinderella pumpkin. Next to Rapunzel, Ariel is a favorite Disney princess of mine. I just love her spunk….and her collection. This Little Mermaid pumpkin is pretty easy to make. It just takes some patience in waiting for the paint to dry. I hate that part.

Dinglehoppers, Snarfblatts and this DIY Disney The Little Mermaid Pumpkin are the perfect way to celebrate Halloween!

What supplies do I need to make a No-Carve Little Mermaid Pumpkin?

Dinglehoppers, Snarfblatts and this DIY Disney The Little Mermaid Pumpkin are the perfect way to celebrate Halloween!

How Do I Make A No-Carve Disney Pumpkin?

Before you get started, use some painters tape and mark out half of the pumpkin. Start by painting the top half of the pumpkin with the flesh color paint. Let dry and apply another coat.

Paint the bottom with the pearlized teal paint. Dry completely. You will only need one coat since it will be glittered to represent Ariel’s fins.

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Dinglehoppers, Snarfblatts and this DIY Disney The Little Mermaid Pumpkin are the perfect way to celebrate Halloween!

Now my favorite part – the glitter! Paint the bottom half (the part you just painted teal) with Mod Podge. Sprinkle both the teal and green glitter over. Let dry.

Dinglehoppers, Snarfblatts and this DIY Disney The Little Mermaid Pumpkin are the perfect way to celebrate Halloween!

While the glitter is drying, give the seashells few coats of lavender paint. Let dry. Cut a piece of ribbon to fit around the middle of the flesh part of the pumpkin. Glue in place. Then secure the seashells with glue too.

Dinglehoppers, Snarfblatts and this DIY Disney The Little Mermaid Pumpkin are the perfect way to celebrate Halloween!

My glitter obsession was on overload with this project. I LOVE how Ariel’s fins turned out. This is a fun project for both kids and adults. Be sure to check out the rest of my Disney-inspired Pumpkin series. I am hoping to share a few more down the line too – I think a Disney Villan would be fun.

Happy Disney Crafting!

Try These Other Fun Disney No-Carve Pumpkin Ideas

Toy Story Luxo Ball Pumpkin

Forky Pumpkin

Cinderella Pumpkin

Winnie The Pooh Pumpkin

Ursula Pumpkin

Save this No-Carve Disney Pumpkin Craft for Later. Pin this DIY Little Mermaid Pumpkin To Your Favorite Pinterest Board.

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Dinglehoppers, Snarfblatts and this DIY Disney The Little Mermaid Pumpkin are the perfect way to celebrate Halloween!


Dinglehoppers, Snarfblatts and this DIY Disney The Little Mermaid Pumpkin are the perfect way to celebrate Halloween! Kids will love making this no-carve Disney pumpkin. This is a fun craft that Little Mermaid fans will love to create. This Disney pumpkin is an easy craft project for fall.

No-Carve Disney Little Mermaid Pumpkin

Dinglehoppers, Snarfblatts and this DIY Disney The Little Mermaid Pumpkin are the perfect way to celebrate Halloween! Kids will love making this no-carve Disney pumpkin. This is a fun craft that Little Mermaid fans will love to create. This Disney pumpkin is an easy craft project for fall.

Materials

  • White craft pumpkin
  • Flesh-colored paint
  • Teal Pearlized Paint
  • Lavender Pearlized Paint
  • Modge Podge
  • Paint Brushes
  • Teal Chunky Glitter
  • Green Chunky Glitter
  • 2 Shells
  • Lavender Ribbon
  • Glue Gun & Glue Sticks
  • Painters Tape

Instructions

  1. Before you get started, use some painters tape and mark out half of the pumpkin. Start by painting the top half of the pumpkin with the flesh color paint. Let dry and apply another coat. Paint the bottom with the pearlized teal paint. Dry completely. You will only need one coat since it will be glittered to represent Ariel’s fins.
  2. Paint the bottom half (the part you just painted teal) with Mod Podge. Sprinkle both the teal and green glitter over. Let dry.
  3. While the glitter is drying, give the seashells a few coats of lavender paint. Let dry. Cut a piece of ribbon to fit around the middle of the flesh part of the pumpkin. Glue in place. Then secure the seashells with glue too.

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  1. Thank you for sharing! I will try to replicate this, for a work pumpkin contest and let you know how the copy cat version turns out.

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