Monday, September 24, 2012

Pumpkin Tutorials from Very Crafty Bloggers, Part One




Autumn is my favorite season, and pumpkins are one of my favorite items to decorate with. Whether using real pumpkins or fake craft ones, my fellow craft bloggers have come up with truly creative ideas to decorate for Halloween and for the Fall season. In fact, there's so many unique pumpkin tutorials out there, that it will take me two separate blog posts to share my favorites with you! Consider today: Part One!

Please click on the links beneath each picture to be taken to the tutorial.


Twine Striped Pumpkins from The Silly Pearl



Mod Podge Tissue Paper Pumpkin from The Answer is Chocolate



String Pumpkin from Clumsy Crafter



Palm Frond Leaves Pumpkin from The Space Between



Halloween Folk Art from Dollar Store Pumpkins from Rook No. 17



Nightmare Before Christmas Sally Craft Pumpkin from Plucking Daisies



Sweater Pumpkins no sewing from The Country Chic Cottage



Glittered Pumpkins from The Scrap Shoppe



Decorating Pumpkins 13 tutorials from The V Spot



Chalkboard Pumpkin Patch Sign from It's So Very Cheri



Black Velvet Pumpkins from Homework



Pumpkin Baby Shower Centerpiece from Uncommon



Dryer Duct Pumpking from Keeping it Simple



Inspired yet? Which pumpkins do you want to make first? (Saying "All of them" is an obvious answer!)

Want to see more? Click here to see Part Two for even more crafty pumpkin goodness!

~Laura

14 comments:

  1. Super collection Laura!! Thanks so much for including our little baby shower pumpkin!! :)

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    1. You both are quite welcome! Loved the pink ribbon around the top!

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  2. Thanks so much for the feature. You have showcased an amazing grouping of pumpkins.

    Cheri from Its So Very Cheri

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    1. You're welcome Cheri! Loved the square pumpkins on your sign - very modern yet primitive at the same time! :)

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  3. Laura, thanks so much for including my tissue paper pumpkin, especially among such amazing projects!

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  4. What a wonderful roundup! Thanks so much for including me Laura!

    I'm loving those sweater pumpkins. They look so snuggly!

    Jenn

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    1. Thanks Jenn! Your folk art pumpkins are ah-maz-ing! And I agree w/ you on the snuggly sweater pumpkins too. :)

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    1. Thank you Johnnie! Make sure you come back tomorrow, ok? :)

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  6. Thank you for including my string pumpkin. Now I've got to go "borrow" some palm fronds from my neighbor for a pumpkin.

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    1. LOL Bobbie - you just made me laugh out loud - almost spit out my tea! LOL Oh - and you're very welcome! :)

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  7. Thanks so much for including me Laura! Great round up! :)

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    1. Your so welcome Angie! As Jenn said above: your sweater pumpkins look so snuggly!

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