October 8, 2012

Easy 3-D Pumpkins

Hi everyone!  This is Kimberly from My Craft Spot here to show you how I made these fun 3D pumpkins!


I wanted all of the circles to be exactly the same size, so I used my Gypsy.  I grabbed circles and ovals from the George cartridge and then used a letter "l" turned sideways to 'cut off' the bottom of the circle.  You will need 8 circles OR ovals for each pumpkin.  Exact measurements are in the video below.



The stamped sentiments are all from the Happy Thanksgiving stamp set.


I tied the tags on with jute string (Bittersweet, Olive, Brown)


This rusty old bell was in my stash.  :)



Here is a video showing how to make these fun pumpkins:


Come join the fun at My Craft Spot!

10 comments:

Creative M said...

Love this!!!Very pretty Pumpkins and LOVE the Sentiments!!
Enjoy oyur day,
Migdalia

Sheila aka SassyLady said...

Kimberly I just love your pumpkins and look at those cute little tags on there too. Great idea for the stem. I am just going to have to go over your site and check out some of the tags that you have! Thanks for sharing today.

Barb Smith said...

These would be lovely as a table decoration for Thanksgiving or for the teacher's desk. Love them.

Barb from Toronto, Canada

Design Originals by KC said...

Love these pumpkins.. thanks for the vid! I love vids :) I love your project :) Kathi

Larelyn said...

OMgosh, these are just adorable and since your video is so great I'll be heading to my craftroom to make a set. Thank you for a great project.
Hugs,
Larelyn

Karons Krafty Korner said...

These are fabulous Kimberly and wow great tutorial. TFS

Lisa said...

Ooooooh, I love those, they are so cute. What sweet decorations.

Michelle said...

I have been wanted to do this, I am going to try this onmy lunch break, th ank you for all your great videos.

SherriC. said...

love love love it!!!!
I pulled out my Gypsy and watched the video twice, so I could follow along...
TFS!!!!

Diane said...

The pumpkins are just darling. Thank you for taking the time to make the video.