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Golden Gourds

Stack these painted gourds on a glass cake plate to create an elegant display.

What You Need:

Nature's finest goes for the gold.
  • Newspapers
  • Gourds in desired shapes and sizes
  • Gold spray or acrylic paint
  • Paintbrush, if needed
  • Cake plate


1. Prepare work surfaces. Cover the work surface with newspaper in a well-vented area. Wash and dry the gourds.

2. Paint the gourds. Spray-paint the gourds using gold paint. Or, if desired, paint the gourds with acrylic paints using a paintbrush. Let the paint dry.

3. Pile them high. Stack and arrange the gourds on a cake plate.


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