I didn’t take any action shots of this project because it took so little time to finish!
First, I smeared craft glue on the top half of the faux pumpkin. I ripped the foil leaves off of the garland and stuck them to the glue, starting at the middle of the pumpkin and working up.
At first I was upset that I couldn’t get the foil leaves to lie flat against the pumpkin. Then I stopped and took a step back and realized that I loved the texture that the wrinkled leaves gave to the finished product.
You can only see it a little in this picture, but when the light hits the leaves it bounces off all over the wall behind it. Gorgeous!
Don’t you love it when your mistakes turn better than your original design?
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