pumpkin art

Born and raised in Las Vegas, the three of us sisters shared rooms, shared clothes and now share a passion for all things crafty. Seven months ago we decided to start a little blog called eighteen25 to share our ideas with others. Today, we are pretty excited to be guests here at The Celebration Shoppe.  
 
Supplies:
  • frame of your choice (we used an 8×10 oval from Hobby Lobby and also an older frame we already had with three 4×6 openings)
  • styrofoam pumpkins (bought ours at Hobby Lobby)
  • patterned paper (bought at Hobby Lobby too)
  • sharp chef’s knife
  • glue gun

 

How to:

  • Place the patterned paper in your frame. You can leave the glass where it is or move it behind the paper.
  • Cut your pumpkin in half, but behind the stem. With the styrofoam pumpkins, you should be able to push the knife straight through.
  • Hot glue the pumpkin onto the glass or onto the paper.

That’s it!!!!

three simple steps and you’re done.
 
Thanks so much for having us Kim!

-Jennifer, Jamie and Jodie

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Comments

  1. 5

    says

    I absolutely love this project. It’s so amazing. The colors and the 3-dimensional effect are fabulous. It would be so difficult to take down this decoration. Can’s we just leave it up all year?

  2. 12

    says

    Hi there! I wanted to let you know that I have featured this post as one of my September bookmarks — “Bookmarked on the Boardwalk”. Feel free to stop by, take a look at your project as well as the others, and grab a button! You will find it HERE:

    http://wwwbobbypinsboardwalk.blogspot.com/2010/10/septembers-boardwalk-bookmarks.html

    If you’re not a follower of my blog, I would love for you to sign up to follow. It will make it easier for me to see your future projects through my “reader”, and of course, I always return the “follow”! Congrats on a fabulous project!

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