Ninja Pumpkin Contest
Display your carved Ninja Pumpkin on social media, tag and hashtag
@Ninjalounge #NinjaLounge #ninjapumpkin2017–

Prizes
1st prize 2 hour all attraction pass
2nd prize one free class
(on Tuesday Halloween day declare the winner)

Ninja Trick or Treat Buckets
Pumpkin  makeover idea

Supplies:

Halloween Pumpkin
Black spray paint (I used matte and got it for $1 at Walmart)
Skin tone acrylic paint ($0.59 at Walmart) + Paint brush
Black Sharpie
Red strip of fabric {Buy in the fabric section or cut up an old t-shirt}
Glue gun

Instructions:

Spray paint the outside of the pumpkin black. I used about 3-4 thin coats to make sure the paint didn’t run or get streaky.
Once the black paint dries, use the skin colored paint to paint on a rounded rectangle centered on the handle, about 3-4 inches down from the top of the pumpkin. I lightly drew it out with a pencil and then painted over it. If you aren’t comfortable freehanding it, you can cut it out of printer paper and trace it on. You will probably need 2-3 thin coats to completely cover the black.
Once the skin colored paint is dry, use a sharpie marker to draw on dots for eyes and lines for eyebrows.  We used the pumpkin line to center the eyes and make it easier to keep it even.
Cut a 1 inch strip of red fabric long enough to tie around your pumpkin. Center it on the top of the head and tie around the back. I used a few dots of hot glue to keep it from sliding off.