A: I don't recommend it, they have a thick shellac and I don't think it would accept the paint.
A: I just got mine. I think they could be painted with appropriate paint if and when necessary.
A: I would think they would be with a plastic/ resin paint. They are actually to cute to repaint!
A: 16 inches
A: The bottom pumpkin measures 15 inches in diameter.
A: Just got mine and did a review. In case you did not buy them yet, the bottom one is a healthy 14 inches in diameter at its widest mid area. It's big!
A: It's a good quality and is worth the $40
A: Yes, compared to other sets that I looked at This is a bargain
A: The quality is good, its not too light or too heavy, stacks inside each other for easy pack away and storage.
A: You definitely could not duplicate these for cheaper... they have some nice weight to them, so they won't be flying around on windy days, and the painting on them is nicely detailed, not just solid orange, solid white, etc. They look good stacked or individually. They also nest together for storage. Anything I've seen in stores (Michaels or whatever) where I could make them were foam or lightweight plastic which would likely need to be redone every year, weighted down so they don't fly around outside or keep falling over inside, etc. Good luck deciding!
A: We recently purchased 2 sets that we plan to stack in our planter urns. Surprisingly the quality seem good and heavy material than expected. I feel they were worth the price. They do separate so you could have 3 separate pumpkins or stack them. Plus they nest inside each other so it will be great for storing them.
A: Website says online only.