- Cut a piece of white cardstock slightly bigger than your pumpkin template
- Cut strips of designer paper into 3/4 inch wide pieces
- Using your ATG gun, adhere your dp to your white cardstock
- Trace your pumpkin pattern on the reverse side and cut out with sharp scissors
- Emboss your pumpkin with your choice embossing folder (I used Basketweave from Darice)
- Using sponge daubers, lightly ink the embossed part and darken the edges of your pumpkin with Rusty Hinge Distress Ink
- A piece of brown twill ribbon for the stem
- Die cut leaves (from the Fall Foliage Die Set – Tim Holtz)
- A tiny stamped tag
- A handmade cardboard button cut with the Blossom Nestabilties (Spellbinders)
- A Natural Burlap String Bow
- Embossed a piece of Kraft Cardstock with the Knitted embossing folder from Couture Creations
- Inked the raised embossing with some Vintage Photo Distress Ink
- Layered the embossed piece on cream and dark orange cardstock – distressing the edges of all three layers
Inside I added a cream layer with a pretty Sue Wilson Die Cut (Petite Stripliet – Jubiliee)
Now it’s your turn to share your creativity with us!
- Create ANY new project using products from companies CropStop carries in the store. It’s ok if you didn’t buy it from us, and also fine if it’s a product we don’t currently have it in stock as long as it’s from one of the companies we carry!
- Please, no back-linking old projects.
- Limit five (5) entries per challenge.
- Link your project here, link back to this post, and mention the CropStop Challenge in your post.
- We’ll choose one random Winner who will receive a prize from the CropStop Store!
- We’ll also choose one entry as “Top Pick.” That entry will be eligible to be a guest designer for a future post.
Thanks so much for linking up with us, we look forward to seeing all your great entries this month.
If we reach 100 links this month there there will be TWO winners and TWO prizes!! Make sure you link up the full FIVE entries you’re allowed, and help us spread the word to all your friends that CropStop is a great place to play along!