p is for paper bag pumpkin

first stuff a paper bag (we used “large” lunch sacks)

paper bag pumpkins

then twist and scrunch the top shut

paper bag pumpkins

then paint it all orange with washable paint

paper bag pumpkins

then go wash your hands (and then wash the bathroom and the floor)

paper bag pumpkins

then let dry (unless you find some green streamers and add vines to each one during clean up time:)

paper bag pumpkins

then use duct tape to make a sturdy stem

paper bag pumpkins

then play with the pumpkins and wait to add black and yellow shapes for faces later this week

2 thoughts on “p is for paper bag pumpkin

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