Halloween Stacked Pumpkin Display

These Haunted Halloween Outdoor Stacked Pumpkins will look amazing on your front porch. And, with glow-in-the-dark paint, they will even turn spooky at night. Easy to make and perfect to decorate your house for the Halloween season.

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Halloween Outdoor Stacked Pumpkin Display

Are you looking for Halloween pumpkin ideas? You’ll love this easy to make Swarm of Bats white pumpkin display, or this Black Cat Painted Pumpkin, and Black Cat Painted Pumpkin

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Are you ready to make this fun Halloween Pumpkin Display? Let’s Make sure you have everything you’ll need:

Here’s what you’ll need for these stacked pumpkins…

  • 3 pumpkins that can stack onto each other
  • Black spray paint – I prefer Rustoleum Satin Enamel. It doesn’t flake like other brands
  • 3-D paint – I used glow in the dark, hoping it will glow at night
  • optional: Halloween fabric

Tips and tricks for spraying your pumpkins:

  • Paint in a well-ventilated area – outdoors is best
  • place a tarp or old sheet onto the ground to protect grass or floor
  • using Rustoleum spray paint has proven the best quality for my outdoor pumpkins
  • paint pumpkins in a couple of different stages, spray the top – let dry and then spray the bottom


  • Use black spray paint to paint the pumpkins all-black – let dry
  • Draw a B on one pumpkin (the one that will go on top), and O’s on the other 2

Decorating your B

  • The B is just a fancy “B” with some curls at the ends and some paint dripping off
  • *3-D fabric paint is very thick, so you will probably have to create this effect. It won’t naturally drip on its’ own

Ideas for decorating your O:

  • Draw a spiral circle inside the O for some extra fun
  • Draw a spider web on the inside of the O

Making a Web: 

  • 3 lines, Starting with a wide sideways “V” and a line in the middle of the “V”, then connect the “V” lines with paint going across in 2 spots to form a WEB for the spider
  • Add a spider by making a “circle” -or a kid’s thumbprint and give it 8 little legs

Melissa – KidFriendlyThingsToDo.Com

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