Don’t let these pumpkins fool you; the designs may look painted, but the patterns are actually created with tissue paper.

By By the editors of MidwestLiving.com
Tissue paper pumpkins

Use orange pumpkins or paint them with white exterior latex paint and let dry. A black-and-white color scheme gives any decorating project a bold, sophisticated look that pops against fall's bright oranges.

Tissue paper pumpkins

• Cut a 9 12x12-inch piece of tissue paper that is the same color as the pumpkin.

• Fold tissue paper over the edges of an 8 12x11-inch piece of card stock, taping edges on the back.

• Load card stock-tissue side up-into your printer's paper tray.

• Print any fall shape, or use one of our designs below.

• Cut 14 inch around the pattern then remove the card stock.

• Secure tissue-paper image to the pumpkin using Outdoor Mod Podge, piecing parts together as necessary.

• Cover the entire pumpkin with another coat of the Mod Podge to seal paper edges to the pumpkin.

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