Scrapbook Paper Pumpkin Tutorial

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It’s Pumpkin season and that means lots of Pumpkin Pie and Pumpkin decorations!  You will need to get out all those pretty Fall scrapbook pages for this fun craft!

Scrapbook Paper Pumpkin Halloween

What you will need:

7 Scrapbook Pages

Glue

Twine

Pumpkin Pattern

Scrapbook Paper Pumpkin Tutorial

 

1.  Cut out 7 pumpkins from scrapbook paper using the Pumpkin pattern.

2.  Fold each pumpkin in half with right sides together.

3.  Glue one side of the pumpkin and place another pumpkin patter on top of it until you have glued all the pumpkins together.

4.  Once you have glued all the pumpkins together, you will have one stack on pumpkin patterns.  After glue has dried, about 2-3 hours, unfold the pumpkin and lay flat.  You will have two sides that have not been glued.  Glue them together so it creates an accordion.

5.  Tie a bow using twine around the top.

Thank you Amanada for your inspiration on this craft!

This has been featured at:

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  1. says

    Really great idea! I love the different prints on all the papers! Thank you so much for linking up to Get Your DIY On this week with your pumpkins! I hope you’ll join us tomorrow with any Burlap projects!

    Mandy @ The Hankful House Blog

  2. Lorena says

    love this sweet paper pumpkin. I have a very thick pack of paper that will be used making these lovelies. thank you!

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