I wasn't actually going to upload this, made in haste before work. I don't use 3D projects, so I didn't put my heart into it, but it was too cute not to try. I made mine smaller, cutting the strips narrower (3/4", and a couple thinner again).
My stem was made quilling style with a long strip of card coiled round a knitting needle, and I also coiled the tendrils round a pencil to curl them.
*Top tip - running the strips through my fingers a couple of times before starting to assemble helped them to bend/curve more evenly.
Date: Monday, September 11, 2017 GMT Views: 225
Registered: December 8, 2008 Location: Brussels, Belgium Posts: 4959
Mon, Sep 11, 2017 @ 11:09 AM
It's a great pumpkin Sabrina !
Wait till the leaves fall, and all the nuts and chestnuts, to create a still life.
Speaking of nuts...I used the same paper block from Crelando as you did for my large pumpkins, mine is red with leaves and has acorns on the backside
Registered: February 23, 2016 Location: El Paso, TX Posts: 4817
Mon, Sep 11, 2017 @ 1:06 PM
Like you, I don't tend to make use of 3-D projects therefore it feels a waste of resources to me so I decided to just comment today . . . Your little pumpkin turned out 'boo'-tiful - perhaps instead of tossing it, you could do something like set it on a co-workers desk for a fall pick-me-up.
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Registered: December 3, 2009 Location: Central PA Posts: 38636
Mon, Sep 11, 2017 @ 6:24 PM
Lovely! I love all projects so I think I've done this one before! I will have to check my gallery. I'm five days away from sons wedding and I can't move in my craft room so I won't be creating another...at least not until all things wedding are finally out of my craft room.