|Are you thinking about Fall yet? I sure am! I'm ready for the hot days of summer to transition into the cooler crisp days of Fall.|
This is a craft project that caught my attention on Pinterest.
|Fortunately, I have a friend that owns a bar. He saves corks for me.|
Supplies: Corks, hot glue, school glue, sisal twine, a pencil, green fabric, chalk and scissors
|For smaller pumpkins I use four corks for the base. I stacked the corks four on the bottom, five on the next row, then six on the next row, five on the next row and the last row has four. I used hot glue to attach them together.|
|I coated school glue on sisal twine and wrapped it around a pencil to make a coil for the stem. It dries quickly and can be stretched to the desired tension you prefer.|
|I sketched out a leaf pattern on boiled wool.|
|The pumpkin after stacking, hot gluing and adding the stem and leaves. To make a stem, I cut a cork in half and hot glued it to the top of the pumpkin. You can paint the cork ends with acrylic paint or leave them natural.|
| I painted this one orange and added it to Fall vignette.|
Just wanted to share this easy Fall project.
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