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20 October 2010


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Tessa, they look great!! Thank you for leaving the link. I'll keep it here so that everyone else can view your fabulousness!


You inspired me!! Only differences, there's fabric on both sides of leaves, I used hot glue, fabric covered wire and added ribbon - they turned out fabulous!!! Thank You! (And they're fake pumpkins😉)


Thanks, Jaimee. Looking forward to the roundup on Friday!

Jaimee @ Craft, Interrupted

These are stunning! Fantastic job!! I'm including these in a 13 for Halloween round-up of pumpkin ideas on my blog this Friday, with one pic and a link back to this post. Thanks for sharing your creative inspiration : )


These are adorable! Especially love the polka dot leaf! We'd love if you'd join our Countdown to Fall link party! Hope to see you there! Happy weekend!:)


Any way you slice it, carving a snaggletoothed jack-o'-lantern can be a sloppy, labor-intensive task. Your idea is much more interesting.

Crestron installation

Pumpkin decor stuffs looks absolutely great!!!I love ur post a lot...http://www.edgonline.com/ Cool Blog!!!!

Greg Bulmash

Just saw the outcome. You wuz robbed!!!

The first prize pumpkin looked like a turd. How could that have won? Sparkly cow-pie with a photo sticking out of it, embellished with a pedestrian font? Seriously???????

You. Wuz. Robbed!


I love it!! Will be trying this tonight at my own little carving party. I'll be painting my pumpkin :)


Love these pumpkins! Great idea.


love love love this! I mentioned you and this project on my blog, I hope that is ok :)

Natasha @ Heart of Decor

Very very unique and super CUTE!!! We are all for the non-carving pumpkin decor ;-P

Betty aka ZacksNana

very cleaver! I loved all the projects today. But I stayed loyal and true and voted for YOU!

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