Here is what you will need.

-Elmer’s glue
-Epsom salt
-Sponge brush
-Disposable cups
-Paper plate (recommended)

Step 1. Pour some glue into a disposable cup and some Epsom salt in another cup. Dip your sponge brush into the glue and coat the pumpkin.

Step 2. Put a light coat of glue on the pumpkin – you don’t want to put too much on or else you will get runs and clumps.

Step 3. Sprinkle the Epsom salt over the areas that have wet glue. I did about a quarter of the pumpkin at a time. I was working on an old pizza pan (it is my portable work space) and wish I would have used a paper plate – it would have made clean up a lot easier – so you could make a funnel and pour all of the extra Epsom salt back in the container.

Step 4. Let it dry.  Hint: Try using some food coloring  to tint the Epsom salt orange or any color you desire.


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