Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Paper-Pieced Pumpkin

If you've read this blog for a while, you know that I am just a little bit in love with fall, so I have another fall home decor project for you.

To create this little guy, all you need are a couple sheets of patterned paper, some baker's twine, and adhesive.  For added dimension, I inked the edges of the paper and embossed them, but those steps are completely optional.

A few notes:

I used extra-thick foam dots for the middle piece of the pumpkin to raise it just a smidge higher than the two sides.

I adhered the baker's twine with glossy accents.  Click here for a video I created on how-to make the loops.

Here's a close-up pic:

Please share if you make one of these pumpkins - I'd love to see your creations!

1 comment :

  1. So, so cute!!!
    I just did a Christmas tree framed paper project for a design team assignment.
    I think it's just a nice way to use up scrap supplies and make a cute, simple home decor piece :)


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