Wednesday, October 6, 2010

pumpkin art

Here is our post we shared over at The Celebration Shoppe last week in case you missed it.

Pumpkin Art
Supplies

  • frame of your choice (we used an 8x10 oval from Hobby Lobby and also an older frame we already had with three 4x6 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.


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We originally got the inspiration for this project here at the Made with Love and Glue blog.


and then she went and did this!!  I think I squealed when I saw these framed crows. :)
Rachel shows you how here.



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22 comments:

  1. oh my goodness, LOVE them and love what's going on in that hutch!

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  2. Oh I love the way this looks!!! Featuring it on my blog this week. little-inspirations.blogspot.com. Thanks for sharing!!

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  3. What a fabulous project!!! I love all of them! Thanks for sharing!

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  4. Yeah! I've have been looking for this post. I was inspired by this as well and came up with my own twist on it. I love the pumpkin for fall decor and I'm still searching for the right frame to do one in. But for now I did a spookier version with a skull here:

    http://tiffcreativeoutlet.blogspot.com/2010/10/halloween-project-3.html

    Thank for the inspiration!

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  5. I love these! I had to repost the idea on my blog. Thanks for such a cute idea!

    http://craftinessiskey.blogspot.com

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  6. Stumbled across your blog and love all the craftiness. Just wondering what the candy corn blocks say. I can read what's on the yellow and orange colors, but not the white. Thanks.

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  7. These ideas are amazing. I know what I am doing tomorrow... heading off to the craft store to get materials to make some of these and giving your post a shout out on my blog. Thank you for sharing these.

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  8. Adorable!!! I saw this last week and went right out to get the supplies to make my own and guess what? Even my Mom loved it and she is HARD to please :)

    Thanks for the idea

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  9. I love this!!!! I have to try it.

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  10. The pumpkins are so cute! And I do love those framed crows.

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  11. Who knew 3-D art could be so charming.

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  12. great project! I will definately be trying this one!

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  13. Jamie!

    We are all from Vegas and live in the southern part of town. Just outside of Southern Highlands. It would be sooo cool if we were in each others backyard!

    Heather from WhipperBerry

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  14. So cute! I am linking to Rachel's project this week at Dollar Store Crafts, and I am adding your project to the post, too!

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  15. Your pumpkin art idea is fabulous!!
    You have got a very fun, but classy touch to your decorating.

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  16. What a neat blog! So happy you left a comment and your link over at PepperDesignBlog.com - love your inspiration and projects!!

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  17. I shared this on my blog today. Hope you don't mind. :):):) xoxoxo

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