3D Paper Pumpkins


I thought these turned out super cute.  I should have made some that would have been good for the whole Fall season, but I only had Halloween paper on hand, and didn’t feel the need to run out and buy something else.  I have yet to make the other 2 that I have almost ready, but this one turned out cute, and goes great with the other Halloween decor we have put out this week.  I also changed up how I did them a bit, but you can do it however works for you.


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Scrapbook paper

Glue stick

twine or rafia

scrap paper and paper for pumpkin stencil



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Cut your paper into 6″ squares.  I ended up using 8 squares per pumpkin.  Cut your scrap paper into a 6″ square as well.

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Draw on your pumpkin pattern, being sure to give it a stem.  This will be your template for all the others.

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Cut out your pumpkins and fold each in half, creasing it down the middle.

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Using your glue stick, glue wrong sides together.  Continue staking and gluing.

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Glue the last two wrong sides together, making your 3-D pumpkin.  Tie a piece of twine to the stem.  Easy and cheap!!

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