Every once in a while I find the time to get lost scrolling through hundreds of inspiring Pinterest posts. Recently, I came across several posts on pastel coloured pumpkins – so pretty I had to have them! So off I went to Michaels in search of craft pumpkins and spray paint.I found these gorgeous spray paint colours from Krylon. Of course, Marley picked out the bronze for a little glam. The larger white craft pumpkins we found were an off white and the smaller pumpkins and squash were various oranges and greens.I have zero, and I mean zero, experience with spray paint but found this process relatively simple. Make sure to wipe the pumpkins clean with soapy water before starting. Then, spray a light even coat and let dry. I ended up doing 3 coats in total, but you will need to let the tops dry and then flip them over to do the bottoms. The green and orange pumpkins took a bit longer to cover up so it ended up taking me a few day to really finish. I also found these wooden buckets at Michaels and wanted to give them a whitewash look. Don’t forget to tape up the metal part of the handle to avoid painting that portion. I actually sprayed the buckets 3 times, but the material is much more absorbent than the pumpkins so I got that whitewash look no problem.The hardest part of this project was the patience, but I am absolutely loving the finished pretty pastel!