Today I have a trio of adorable scrapbook paper pumpkins to share with you. Decorate your table or mantel for Halloween and Thanksgiving with these fun decorations. You won’t believe how easy they are to make!
Each pumpkin consists of twelve scrapbook paper circles. Aly Dosdall, who designed these using Jillibean Soup papers, cut the circles for the smallest at four inches, the middle one at five inches, and the largest at six inches. These can be cut by hand, or better yet, if you have a die cut machine, it would take nothing to make them!
Each circle was then folded in half, with the opposite sides adhered together to form a sphere. The bottoms were trimmed to create a flat surface so the pumpkins would stand. Green scrapbook paper was used to make the flower and vines, which were then glued to the top of the pumpkins. The stems were also easy. They are made from kraft scrapbook paper, which was sprayed with water and twisted into shape.
Such an easy project, but I love how they turned out. Now I just need to dig through my orange scrapbook paper to see if I have enough to make a few of these!
You can learn more about these paper pumpkins by visiting Aly’s blog – see the link below…
SCRAPLIFTER SOURCE: Scrapbook Paper Pumpkins from Aly Dosdall
I hope you like this easy handmade Halloween decoration idea! If you have any you would like to share, feel free to do so by leaving a comment below or submitting your project using our submission form (link’s in the navigation on the right).