Colorful DIY Paper Pumpkins



This year at school I intend to prepare a special lesson about Halloween. First of all I need some hardworking pupils who adore involving in such a nice project. Then we must create a scenario for the lesson and establish everybody’s role. An important ingredient for such a lovely lesson would be the Halloween decorations. The classroom needs to look arranged properly for Halloween. Images of bats, spiders, witches can invade the walls of the classroom while the pupils may try some Halloween costumes.

As the symbol of this holiday is the pumpkin, we cannot forget about its existence for our lesson too. As last years we used real pumpkins, this year I intend to make the pupils create their own pumpkins.This DIY project is perfect for my intention .It refers to some colorful DIY Paper Pumpkins. The advantage is that they can be made easily, are cheap and can be stored in a easy way.

Here are the materials that you need for this lovely DIY project:  2 sheets of matching scrapbook paper, ribbon, a hole punch and a paper cutter. You may also use them as autumn decorations for your home and think of how lovely they will look at your windows where everybody can admire them!{found on craftinessisnotoptional}


Published by in DIY, on September 29th, 2011

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