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Amy Johnson

this is just too cute! Love the little tag and the paper you used!


This is 100% adorable! I'd love to make these for Thanksgiving , but with 25 people coming, that's a lot of place cards!! TFS
Creative Wishes,
Claire S.


This is SO neat! Just saw it pinned on Pinterest :)


This is so cute! Such a smart idea!

Cindee Wilkinson

I LOVE your pumpkins and decided they would be a part of my Be a Big Shot Class that I am having next week. I posted my pumpkins along with the candle we are doing and have had so many people ask me about your pumpkins. If you notice an increase on your blog, I've been sending your link to everyone. Thanks so much!


These are absolutely adorable!!! Will definately be making some!


How do you score the paper? Sorry I'm new to this


tHANK YOU FOR sharing this pretty craft. It is original and very clever! Maryjo

Josie Walrath

So cute!

Mary Ellen

thanks for sharing this wonderful idea I will be attempting to make one


I just made this pumpkin. It is not as cute as yours. Yours seems more rounded. My medallions seem to be about the same size, even though they were cut in the appropriate sizes. I did get better at making the medallions as I progressed, maybe that is the key. I am not completely finished--I need to add the leaves. :)
Thanks for such a cute project.

MN Cat Mom

I love this idea, but have a suggestion to make it a little easier. Cut the necessary 8" off of a 12 x 12 sheet. Score your paper and then cut it into the strips. That way you only have to made the score lines once. It should take a lot less time than scoring them after they are cut.

Cindy Eikenberg

What a great idea and so pretty! Most definitely am inspired to try one of my own.


What is between the layers to make them separate?

Gayla O'Dell

Nothing is in between the layers except hot glue. Hope that helps.


How does one "flatten out" the fanned strips? This is so cute, I would like to try this with a few ladies at a nursing home, but I can't quite understand your directions.Thank you , in advance ,for any extra help you caould provide.

Gayla O'Dell

When you are making the medallions they have a tendency to "bow up" and not lay flat. You just need each layer to lay flat so they can stack together. I think once you make one you'll see what we mean.

Jls 2359

I love these and just recently purchased the Martha Stewart Scoring board. I feel a whole lotta your Fall Pumpkins in my future!

Featured your post on my Halloween Pinterest Picks -


I just think this pumpkin is so adorable!! I am featuring it tomorrow on my blog as one of "My Friday Fave Pins". I hope you will stop by to check it out :)
Thanks for sharing!

Eileen B

Love this. I just made one of your adorable pumpkins and it turned out great. I am so excited and looking forward to making more. I like the idea of scoring the paper before it's cut into strips. Thank you for sharing.

Suzanne W

too cute, I will be trying to make some of these.

Donna Woods


Patty L.

I have just finished mine and I think it is absolutely adorable,Thank You so much for sharing.

Anna Ibarra

This is the cutest and newest pumpkin DIY!! Love it and gotta try it.


What a super cute idea! Love the pumpkin!

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