Happy Saturday! Today, I have a great project for the fall season that I shared over on Lori Whitlock's blog on Thursday. It's a beautiful group of 3D pumpkins that will add a fun shape and pattern to your home's decor. You can place them around the house, on a mantel, or cluster them together in a centerpiece for your dining table. Perfect for Thanksgiving!
I created them using one of Lori's amazing cutting files called 3D Pumpkin Solid Panels (link below) and the Echo Park, I Love Fall Collection that she also designed. I made three and adjusted the size of the file for the last one by 30%. It's a little smaller and so cute!
Each panel can can be removed so that you can place a small battery operated tea light inside. However, since I'm using them in a centerpiece with candles and vases, I left them out. With the cute papers and shape, they were perfect as is!
I used three 12x12 pattern papers called Plump Pumpkins, 3x4 Journaling Cards, and Crisp Fall Air. They're fabulous and look great with the solid card stock I chose in rust, orange, cream, brown, and green.
I hope these pretty pumpkins inspire your next autumn project. They make such a wonderful display. Lori's cutting files are simple and fun and ... there are so many great ones to choose from! Hop over to her shop today and have fun exploring. Happy crafting!