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Thread: Super Easy Pumpkin for table

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    great idea for the grandkids, thanks!

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    How clever! And easy to "store!"

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    This is a project I will do with the kids::: Love It: Thanks for sharing::: Cute and Clever:::

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    Quote Originally Posted by judykaym
    snowman????
    Such a nice tute!!! I love the snowman/snowball ideas. Maybe in Fairy Frost fabric.

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    Cute and clever.

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    Can't wait for fall; it has been one long hot miserable summer here in TX. Love the idea--thanks for sharing.

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    Sewfine it a a piece of patrotic fabric, for my part of my 911 display.........I haven't yet completed it all still moving things around.....................thanks for asking. calla

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    clever

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    What a clever idea. And,,,,, it will work for all seasons. Thanks. :-D

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    okay - that was just too darn cute and easy!!!
    Thanks

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    Very cute and I love that fabric. Thanks for the post.

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    I think I would use some stick cinnamon for the stick and it would emit a lovely fall fragrance (especially pleasant in the bath and kitchen). Thanks for this wonderful idea. You have my creative juices running and I'm thinking about Christmas...a snow man???

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    That is so cute! I like the cinnamon stick idea too.

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    will probably do this for daughters classroom. second grade.

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    I also think the cinnamon stick would be good & store bought leaves for autumn that you get at the dollar store.

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    Quote Originally Posted by judi43
    I also think the cinnamon stick would be good & store bought leaves for autumn that you get at the dollar store.
    How about some fabric leaves done ragged quilt style? or chenilled?

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    Another idea---wrap a pencil with green or brown chenille stems to make little tendrils around the stem and leaves.

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    been making these for years...you can also add a twist of wire, or some dried leaves in the top!

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    I woke up this morning and thought, red fabric and green leaves as a welcome back to school surprise of the teacher in your life!

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    Western Mi, that is a good idea too...........calla

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    that is sew cool! last year I made a turkey from a dresden plate and it turned out great :XD: :mrgreen:

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    I have that fabric! I plan to combine it with some neat-o tomato fabric for a summer shopping bag. It just might have to be a pumpkin first, though!

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