Hey, did you know that the oval DC's are not symetrical??? I kept thinking I was folding them crooked, but it turns out I was doing just fine, it's the ovals that have the problem....yup, that's my story and I'm sticking to it.
- Cut 11 ovals per pumpkin.
- Score & Fold.
- Sponge Daub edges in coordinating colour.
- Attach half an oval to the back of another half an oval, don't glue right to the edge, you'll need a little allowance or give in the center for your stem.
- Cut a piece of green CS slightly longer than your pumpkin.
- Spray green CS with water, wait 10 seconds, then roll. (Let me tell you that it is so much easier to wet your CS for rolling), glue edge down to keep it from unraveling.
- Cut leaves out of green CS (I drew one, cut it out, and used it as a template to make the rest.), ink edges in a dark green ink.
- To make curls, just wrap a narrow piece of green CS around something round, I used a paintbrush.
- Attach stem, leaves, and curls.
And that's it. I think I remembered to cover all the bases.
Enjoy pumpkin making,