Breast Cancer Awareness Pumpkin Decorating Ideas
Check out all of our breast cancer awareness pumpkin decorating ideas to raise awareness and still get into the spirit of Halloween!
Breast Cancer Pumpkin Decorating
The easiest method of decorating your pumpkin is probably by buying a vinyl decal with a Breast Cancer ribbon or other commemoration. Decals are easy to apply and remove, and they come in a variety of shapes, lettering styles, and colors, so you can really make your pumpkin your own.
For more decoration, you can paint your pumpkin before applying the decal (white and pink are great color choices), so the decal is even more visible.
Breast Cancer commemorative decals can be great because they don't require any carving, and they can really make your porch pop in the Halloween season. Consider using them to commemorate a survivor or just to spread awareness in general!
Paint a Pumpkin Pink
If you're a bit more crafty and want to work on your painting skills, you can always paint a pumpkin with a design that shows trick-or-treaters how breast cancer has impacted your household.
You can also get the community involved in painting pink pumpkins, and even sell them to the neighborhood to support breast cancer research! We suggest grabbing pink and white paint, glitter, and a lot of pumpkins, which can bring everyone together and support a good cause.
Buy a Pink Pumpkin
If you'd like a pumpkin on your porch that's both beautiful and meaningful, try to find a pink pumpkin from a local farmer today.
Even if you buy a pink pumpkin, you can also donate directly to a cancer charity, such as CanCare. In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, you can give to CanCare in reverence of someone in your life that has been impacted by breast cancer.
Throw a Pink Halloween Party
Of course, people love parties around Halloween time. You can help raise funds for all types of breast cancer research by throwing a Pink and Black Halloween Party, asking for donations, and donating directly to CanCare afterward! When you're decorating, be sure to put pink ribbons everywhere!
There are plenty of ways to get involved. However you choose to help the cause for Breast Cancer Awareness Month, you'll be doing something important and helping people in the process.
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