Olaf Halloween Pumpkin Idea – Kid Friendly Things To Do

Olaf Halloween Pumpkin Idea – Kid Friendly Things To Do

Olaf Goes Trick or Treating with this Olaf Pumpkin Decorating Idea for your front porch. 

 

Olaf from Frozen on Halloween! What an awesome way to decorate your porch for Halloween! The trick or treaters wil go crazy!

Olaf Pumpkin Idea

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I’ve been thinking of this idea for a month, but haven’t really had time to completely devote to it. Yesterday…I finally assembled the white-painted pumpkins, and made Halloween Olaf! He looks so excited to go Trick or Treating. I took pictures of him like he was a model, then quickly broke him down so the neighbors didn’t think I was crazy. It’s only September, and I have a snowman on the front porch. Come…October first, I am Olafing the front porch for the kids to enjoy

  • Before I begin, you should that when it comes to ideas that I want to accomplish, I am an impatient person. That, and I avoid shopping with my toddler as much as I can. So…I did not go out and get the good paint.  I tell you this because…should you choose to tackle an Olaf display, I want to spare you the heartache of paint crumbling off of your beautiful project.
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  •  In the past, Rust-Oleum has done well for me. The above kitty cat pumpkin was painted with Rust-Oleum spray paint. The paint held really well. This was in Connecticut, and the nights were cold. If you can…get the good stuff.

 

NOW…on to Olaf!

  • As you can see I used 5 different pumpkins:
  1. 1 large pumpkin for his bum
  2. 1 Cinderella-style pumpkin for his middle
  3. 1 oblong pumpkin for his head
  4. 2 small mini pumpkins for feet!

Here’s What I did to Make Olaf…

  • It took me a while to play around with what paints I would use for his face. I finally decided on puffy paint
  • At first, I did an awful black U for cheeks, and he looked like he had a mustache. I painted over that with white. Now, with a Zoro mask – I think the mustache would have worked! 🙂
  • I did paint eyes on him with light blue puffy paint, and painted black pupils – Then I used a mask – so that really wasn’t necessary!
  • The important part is the blue U, and the tooth! Puffy paint is perfect for that because it adds dimension.
  • I used a sharp object to make holes in the sides of the Cinderella pumpkin, and stuck branches from a tree – don’t forget the hairs on his head – too!
  • I happened to have a snowman kit in the basement and used the buttons and the carrot from those for Snowman details
  • I gave him his little round feet, by just placing them in front of him on their sides
  • I gave Olaf a bag and some fun Halloween decorations

Olaf from Frozen on Halloween! What an awesome way to decorate your porch for Halloween! The trick or treaters wil go crazy!

And…that’s what I did to make this cutie pie! I can’t wait until October 1st – he’s Soooooo going on the front porch! The kids are gonna love him!

Olaf from Frozen on Halloween! What an awesome way to decorate your porch for Halloween! The trick or treaters will go crazy!

~ Melissa – KidFriendlyThingsToDo.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This Post Has 2 Comments

  1. Katherines Corner

    this is such a fun idea. Love it. Thank you for sharing and for linking up to the Thursday Favorite Things Blog Hop. xo

    1. Melissa

      Thank you so much!

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