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October 10, 2010



Oh how creative and the pumpkin is still in tact so you can cut to eat after you are done with it as decoration. Beautiful.


Now these are awesome, very creative. I love them, they would be perfect in my rustic chic home.


Those turned out AMAZING! Very nice project


These are fabulous. I am so jealous that I was not there to do them with you and mom.


Oooooh, just lov'n these!!! So cool looking...Thanks for linking up to The Halloween Scene!


I just wanted to stop by and let you know that I linked to this post today from the Home & Garden channel at Craft Gossip. :)

Your feature will appear in the main Craft Gossip RSS feed, on the main home page and can be found directly here

If you would like a "featured by" button, you can grab one here!


What a fabulous idea. I am very impressed. I would keep these pumpkins up until christmas added with some pinecones and other natural elements. Just plain gorgeous. Thank you for sharing.


Wow, these are sooo amazing! I've never seen pumpkins look so chic! Nice job! Love it!


Those pumpkins are beautiful! And I've got a birch tree outside just waiting for me!

I thought you might like another idea for birch bark... you can see a photo on my blog at

I used birch bark on paperboard star ornaments for Christmas gifts last year. Very easy and turned out wonderfully.
God Bless,


You have been featured at SSB for The Halloween Scene! Check it out at the link below:


Be sure to snag my I was Featured button for you blog!

Gay Vaughan

Thank you for sharing your beautiful pumpkins with us! I have featured them in my wrap-up.

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