Pick a Pumpkin TAGS by Kay

Posted by Kay Norman on

I don’t know about you but when I got my Lawn Fawn Stitched Pumpkin dies I wondered what color of orange would look best.

Should I put the stem behind or in front of the pumpkin?

Should I combine the two oranges together or stick with one color orange on each pumpkin?

Should I make the vine green or brown?

Well, this blog post will help you decide what you like best.

In the picture below you will see on the left : bright orange cardstock on the pumpkin and the frame, brown vine and stem mounted in front.

On the left you will see both orange cardstocks were used and the stem is mounted behind the pumpkin.

Below on the left is the bright orange background and the lighter orange frame. The stem is mounted in front.

Below on the right just the lighter orange cardstock was used for both. This has a green stem.

Below on the left I cut out the face in black and used one of the eyes for a nose. I adhered them with thin foam squares for dimension.

Below on the right I used the cut outs from the frame die and didn’t use the frame itself at all. I inked the edges with Distress ink and added some details with my white pen and adhered these pieces with thin foam squares as well.

Instagram: @kaycbyk

Products Used:

Distress Ink Mowed Lawn SKU# TIM-35008

Distress Ink Gathered Twigs SKU# TIM-32823

Distress Ink Spiced Marmalade SKU# TIM-21506

Distress Ink Carved Pumpkin SKU# TIM-43201

Lawn Fawn Inside Out Stitched Pumpkin SKU# - LF2057

Lawn Fawn Stitched Pumpkin Frame SKU# - LF2058

Thin 3D Foam Squares 217 pack SKU# 1616

Lawn Fawn Glue Tube SKU#1664

Other supplies:

MFT Cardstock

White cardstock


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