Hello friends, Donna here to bring you some fun fall decor. Fall is in the air, nights are cooler and the leaves are changing. Well, they are here in Minnesota! I spotted this gem at Target for $3! I knew it would be fun to do something with it. So, I Inked and Stamped this Halloween Wood Pumpkin. She turned out so darn cute and she was so easy to do! I don’t think this took me more than 30 minutes.
Super fast and easy!
Who is ready for fall? Apples, hayrides, baking and cuddling by the fire? All those are Great…!
But when I think of Fall…I go into Halloween mode and I start looking for crafts and decor to decorate with. When I spied this, I knew I had to have it!
I know I am not the only Halloween fan out there, so I want to share my passion with you, I hope this gives you some inspiration to try something fun and spooky!
Gather all materials.
Ink the pumpkin with Ann Butler ColorBox Crafter’s Ink in Tangelo and using a ColorBox Blender. Blend ink into wood surface until covered. Heat set ink with heat tool.
Using Ann Butler’s Faux Quilting 2″ Square Leaves Stamp and Lilac ink, stamp entire surface of the pumpkin, except for stem. Heat set using a heat tool.
Ink stem with Limelight. Heat set using a heat tool.
Blend Desert Sand around edges. Heat set with a heat tool.
Cut some jute to wrap and tie around the stem to finish her off!
You are Done!!!!
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Ann Butler Design Products used:
Ann Butler Crafter’s Inks by Clearsnap: Tangelo, Limelight, Desert Sand
Ann Butler’s Faux Quilting 2″ Square Leaves Stamp
- Wood Pumpkin – Target
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Hope you enjoyed this fun stamped and inked wood pumpkin.
Until next time….