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Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Fabric Pumpkins


I haven't done anything crafty in awhile and was really itching to do so.
So, I decided to try and make some of the fabric pumpkins I had seen around on different blogs.
These were fairly easy to make and requires very little sewing skills.

All you need to do it cut out a circle from some fabric and stitch a gathering stitch all the way around the edge of the circle and pull to gather forming a bowl like shape and fill with fiberfill, heck Im sure you could even skip the fiberfill and used crumbled up news paper.
After you get the desired amount of filling, gather tightly and stitch, making sure to leaving a small opening for a stem. Glue the stem in with glue, I used my hot glue gun.
Then decorate to your liking, again gluing everything with my glue gun.. I cut the leaves and the spider from the doodlecharm cartridge, used a cuttlebug embossing folder on the leaves and ran in through the cuttlebug, inked all of them with brown ink and lightly brushed with Perfect Pearls. If you have any questions just leave me a comment and I wish gladly get back to ya!

Oh, I almost forgot Kara over at Creations by Kara is having a Fall linky party,check it out here.






8 comments:

Kara@ Creations by Kara said...

Thanks so much for linking up today. :)

Very cute pumpkins! Love the idea of using the Cuttlebug to cut leaves and spiders. Why didn't I think of that?

sophiesmama said...

Lizzy, I love these fabric pumpkins! I've got to make some of these...they are so cute!
Hope you have a great day.
Hugs,
Mary

Lizzy said...

Thanks guys, Mary, have you seen the ones done with a toilet paper roll?

The Johnsons said...

I love the colors you used! These are way cute!

Mo said...

oh! what a great idea! thanks...right up my alley!

Molly @ A Bit O' Shine said...

You had me at "very little sewing skills" haha! Those turned out just darling and that they were easy is even better!

pk said...

These are so cute!
pk @ Room Remix

Janis said...

Those are so neat! I'm going to share this link with my cousin who is so very crafty - I know she'll give this a go!

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