Monday, September 26, 2011

Pinned It and Did It!

It's time to get a little bit of fall going in my house. I've never decorated much for any holiday except Christmas but this year there will be little, subtle touches of fall here and there. On Sunday I spent some time re-arranging a bit in my living room.  I wanted to find a spot for my latest "inspired by Pinterest" creation.


Here it is...my dictionary page covered pumpkin! Easiest little bit of crafting I've done in a long time.  It used to be a gold pumpkin with a gold stem. Then with the help of my Modge Podge, old dictionary pages and some black paint, it turned into this.....


Simple and sweet!

Here's a peek at my inspiration pumpkin....or as they say in French my "pompian".  Thanks so much to Becky for sharing it on her blog ~ Junk To Joy!


7 comments:

BECKY said...

Hi Marie! Your pumpkin looks great!! They are too much fun to make, aren't they? I wish I had time to make some more...maybe at the end of the week! Thanks so much for sharing the link to my blog. Sorry I didn't get your comment earlier...been swimming in pumpkins!!!

Have a lovely week, and thank you again!!
Hugs,
Becky

Dorthe said...

Hi Marie, Love your pumpkin, they are so special, --I alreddy saw it on Becky`s blog- she makes wonderful pumpkins-and I love her blog, also.
Hugs,Dorthe

Scrap for Joy said...

Love it, love it! I must make one, too. Maybe a collection of all sorts of pumpkins made with different materials would be fun! We are down in Rehoboth Beach this week and just found out that they have a new HomeGoods store...I will be going there for inspiration...because it's cloudy and overcast here :(
Keep on pinning and doing!
xoxo

Lululiz said...

Great looking pumpkin! I really ought to do a little bit of pumpkin decorating as well, you have given me ideas now, thanks.

Diane said...

Marie, such fun!!!!

Hugs, Diane

Sweet Annabelle said...

LOVE THAT! I've got to try it!

Ann said...

Love the pumpkin. What a great idea. It looks fabulous. I think I need to go out and find some old dictionaries :)