Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Our Halloween project....


Welcome to the Bailey and Remington
Halloween Project!

To start out you have to get
some pumpkins....


Just like that....

Here is a close up of one
so you know what they look like....


Thank you, Bailey.....


Next you will need to purchase
some chalk board paint.

Then find a guy to do the spraying....

It really helps if you give him a 
BIG kiss!


Make sure you give clear
directions on what you want done....


Then start painting the
pumpkins....


Let them dry....
(it doesn't take long)


Then using chalk you
can write on them or draw
pictures!

If you mess up --
just erase it and start over!

Easy peasy!


I hope you all enjoyed today's project!

Tomorrow -- Bailey models....

Later -- Remington --
BOO!  
(hey, it's almost Halloween)
-- out!

37 comments:

Just Ramblin' said...

That is a great idea! Looks like Remington gives good directions and Bailey is quite the artist. : )

Max the Quilt Cat said...

Back up the bus!!!! That's neat paint. I do want some of that. Nice pumpkins, pal.

pawhugs, Max

Gloria said...

Fab idea!!! Gotta go get some pumpkins now!
Lovies, Miss Mindy

Priscilla said...

Many thanks for the easy and clear instructions. You're a good teacher, Rem!

Gus said...

that is a great idea. We don't trust the muzzer with sharp objects around here...but this might be fun for her!

gussie

Berts Blog said...

Hey Rem, just catchin up cause My ?Vickie has been gone. How is this Bailey person? She looks like the perfect human for a dog.

I can't wait to see more about her. I want a Bailey human. Do they have a store to go to to find one?

Bert

Maggie Mae said...

Remington,

What a great idea! You and Bailey are brillant! :)

Woofs and Licks,
Maggie Mae

Sandra said...

what a great idea, i was looking for paint for my hubby to use on his planes and found the chalk board paint like this and thought, i don't need that, no kids in the house. but now i might just NEED some. this is great, thanks Rem...

Sam and Pippen said...

Remington,

Pretty soon you and Bailey will be taking over for Martha Stewart! Pawesome project!

Sam and Pippen

Madi and Mom said...

Rem what a fun fun project. Camp Rem must be the most exciting and fun camp in the entire world. Mom sees lots of pumpkins like that but had no idea they were painted with chalkboard paint. Fascinating and the orange ribbon was purrfect....let us know when our application to attend Camp Rem is approved.
Hugs from your BFFF,
Madi

jen said...

That is the coolest idea Rem!
I am going to show this to the kids when they get home from school! Thank you!!

The Army of Four said...

How cool is that?!?! Great idea, Remington. I think we could do this -- your tutorial is really thorough! (I especially like the part about giving the sprayer guy a big kiss!!!)
You and Bailey are so cute together -- I can't wait to see what's on tap for tomorrow!
Play bows,
Zim

Amber DaWeenie said...

What a great idea. Who would of thought???????

Need to try that one next time the 2-legger peeps come to visit.

Frankie Furter said...

BOO back at You!! What a GRRRREAT PAWject fur you and Bailey. I think they turned out GRRRREAT!

GRAÇA said...

You do not have Vizit I compriendo walks with a lot of work because of Halloween, but I have missed you ...
Turrinhas carinhosase good Halloween
Kika

The Mama Monster said...

I am so in love with chalkboard paint! We use it for so many projects!!!!

Sarge said...

Hey Remington!
Wow, that looks like so much fun! You guys did a most wonderful job. Erasable would be good for my Mom...she's sloppy! BOL
Grr and Woof,
Sarge, COP

Kari in Vegas said...

What a fun idea!

Stop on by for a visit!
Kari
http://dogisgodinreverse.com

Stewey said...

Such a cool project - thanks for sharing!
Love that you gave your Dad a kiss before starting - too cute !!
Stewey

Kitcaboodles said...

How artistic you are, loved the step by step instructions... especially your helpful directions Remington :)

Ginny said...

Oh wow!!!!! This is beyond cool, I have never seen such a craft before! I think I will do it with the girls! How long does it take to dry?

♥♥♥ The OP Pack ♥♥♥ said...

Great idea, Remington. Mom says she might try that with the little bipeds. But she needs to hurry up, it's almost time for Halloween:) Lots of fun for you and Bailey.

Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, Ciara, and Lightning

Tucker The Crestie said...

Those are great pumpkins! What a fun and easy project!

Maggie and Mitch said...

What a cool black pumpkin! Bailey did a great job!

Love ya lots
Maggie and Mitch

Elyse and Riley said...

That's an awesome idea, Rem!! Looks like you and Bailey had tons of fun doing that. Too cool! We may have to try that!

Elyse and Riley

Miley said...

Ooooh mom LOVES this!!! We just did a pumpkin project which got waaaay too messy and had more paint on our fur that the pumpkin.... BOL!!! Thanks for sharing!

Miley and Maggie

Chatty Crone said...

Hey I am going to keep this - what a GREAT idea you two and great job. sandie

Two French Bulldogs said...

what a greeat idea! good job kid
Benny & Lily

Zona said...

AMAZING! Thanks for the cool tips!

Wags,
Zona

Marilyn said...

That color seems to be a perfect match just 'fur' you! I must be getting tired to be this silly. Or it might be the 8-10 inches of snow we had today!♥♫

Mr. Pip said...

Very cool pumpkin, Remington! I was worried you might step on one of those tiny pumpkins.

Your pal, Pip

Siku Marie, White Dog said...

What an imaginative and fun project! You and Bailey did a fantastic job!

Jazzi said...

We just saw that on moms craft blogs the other day. We may have to try that with the munchkins here!! What a fun project.

wags
Jazzi and Addy

Whisppy said...

Wow! What a great idea. Much easier than having to carve the pumpkin!

SquirrelQueen said...

That is a great idea, we are going to look for some of that paint. Remington, you and Bailey have such good ideas!

shalloweir said...

hey Remington, I'm your new follower, great halloween ideas my grandchildren would love these, you are such a clever doggie and so beautiful x

Sagira said...

Oh wow, that is such a neat idea!