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Wednesday, September 02, 2009


These are the pumpkin I received from my swap partner Melissa,
She had a Tutorial on Tuesday on what to do with
Styrofoam Pumpkins .
I didn't have Heat Embossing Gun to make the pumpkin her way.
So decided to do the cinnamon texture instead.
I made them into a garland to hang on my fireplace.
Show me what you been working on.
Link to this post so I check out your Whatcha working on Wednesday
Have a wonderful day
Cindy








15 comments:

LeeHillPrimitives said...

What a nice idea! Love it

basketsnprims said...

Love it ~ it looks awesome.
Pam

~Judy~ said...

The garland looks really great!

UPON A HILL said...

Oh; I LOVE it!!!

Cat Nap Inn Primitives said...

OH I love how you did yours as well..yeah I have my list so I can make some like Chars..those are too neat..:)

american girl primitives said...

Very cool! I love the garland.

Carey

Farm Field Primitives said...

Wow. I am going to have to get a bag of those for myself. Great job!!

~Melissa~

Grammy Linda / Behind My Red Door said...

Very nice!!!

Kris ~ Simply Prim said...

Those look great, Cindy!!

Lisa said...

WOW - That looks great!! So creative and it looks so prim perfect!

cwa said...

Your garland is wonderful and so creative. Blessings to you.

Juanita said...

First of all thanks for visiting me. I love your garland! What do you have in between them? I am going to have to try these out. thanks and have a blessed day!
Juanita

Karen/My Colonial Home said...

Oh these are just gorgeous...what a great idea!!!
Karen

Our Primitive Heart said...

Thank you all for coming to my blog. I love reading comments from you all.

Juanita, I just used olive green and gold fabric that was tea stained.

Cindy

jaegerjl said...

Cindy, I love the garland and your blog. How did you string the pumpkins? Did you drill a hole for them or just tie them on? Also, what did you use to string them togethr? Thanks. Laurie (jaegerjl@msn.com)