- First I cut 6 circles from Pumpkin Pie designer paper using my Big Shot. I then layered them (without adhesive) evenly so I could cut a small portion of the bottom off. This would give my pumpkin a flat base to stand up on.
- I then sponged all of the edges on each circle with Chocolate Chip ink.
- I folded each circle in half and added adhesive to one half of each circle. Next I adhered the circles together, lining up the edges very carefully.
- Once they were all adhered together I fanned them out in the shape of a pumpkin!
- To make the stem I punched an oval with the Large Oval punch and cut a piece from the top at an angle and tucked this in between the layers.
- Finally I cut 2 thin strips of Close to Cocoa cardstock and wound them tightly around a Bic Pen to make them curl. These were also tucked in between the layers of paper on my pumpkin.
Next time I make one, I would attach the stem and tendrils to the paper before I put it all together.
This is such an easy paper craft and it really could be done with any size circle.
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Cardstock and Ink: Close to Cocoa cardstock
Chocolate Chip Ink
Pumpkin Pie designer paper
Accessories: Big Shot, Clear Circle Die, Large Oval punch, Sponge
I hope you have a wonderful Monday. Keep on stamping!