Hi, my sweet friends!
Welcome to another month of our Int’l Bloggers Club Challenge! This month Michelle from A Crafty Mix has joined us and we are so happy to have her with us! She blogs from South Africa so it will be fun to see different traditions there too. Last month we talked about “back to school crafts” and the previous one was “summer activities“. This month is about fall/spring diy and crafts, so whether you are on the northern or southern hemisphere you will find some inspiration.
Fall is finally here so let’s start preparing our home. These easy fabric pumpkins are so fun to do with kids they will enjoy it!
I love to use what I have on hand and this time is no exception. All began with an orange (yes orange!) curtain I had from can’t remember where/who. I thought it would be great to wrap a pumpkin with it, but I didn’t have any pumpkin at hand so I took some sheets of newspaper, crumpled it to form a kind of pumpkin shape and taped it all around.
Then the girls helped me to cut the fabric, wrap the pumpkin and add a bit of twine on the top. Easy-peasy.
For the stems, I soaked the twine in a bowl with water and glue and then wrapped it around a pencil to get that curly shape. Isn’t it cute?
That’s all, isn’t it easy? What about you? Are you making your own pumpkins?
Thanks so much for visiting and don’t forget to stop by to see what the other ladies have to share!!
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