My girls and I made these 3D paper pumpkins as a fall table centerpiece. We cut 12 circles each: 4 inches, 5 inches, and 6 inches. We folded them, orange sides together, and then adhered the opposite sides together until we had a 3D sphere. We cut a bit off the bottom, so they’d stand straight. We added a green canvas flower, some rolled strips of green paper, and we made the stems by spraying a 2 inch strip of kraft soup staples with water, and then scrunching and twisting into a stem shape. Fun to make! They’re great for Halloween, but we’ll be keeping them up until Thanksgiving. Generic pumpkins always work through November. =) Click here for full credits.
I made this set of thank you cards for some very thoughtful neighbors who brought us some goodies when we moved in. I threw in some SRM stickers for the sentiments. Click here for full credits.