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Pumpkins 4 Sale

Anyone need pumpkins?
The Inspiration Team for Eileen Hull has been cooking up Holiday inspiration all month.  I have to say I love the Box Cookie die for so many projects.  I can be so versatile and I couldn't wait to use it.


I did manage to snap this shot off before my phone died.  I love my skeletons.  Basically, I cut the Box Cookie using mat board then added a layer of G45 Halloween paper.  I attached some black tinsel twine and cut up a few Tattered Leaves.  Then started to attach everything.


I cut this wee sign using the Labels Thinlit.  


The Box Cookie is one of my favorite dies.  I love how it looks all decked out.


Can I hold that pumpkin for you.


The Skeleton is sitting on this fun pumpkin and I love to snap his joints to pose him..  All tucked on top of the tattered leaves.


Adding tinsel twine to the base and top is a great pop of shimmer.


PuMpKiNs 4 SaLe


For more Holiday Inspiration check out the AMAZING projects shared all month by The Inspiration Team.


 
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  1. You're right! That is a versatile die! Love your work!

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  2. The poor skeleton looks like he has not sold a pumpkin for a year or so!! I do love how you 'style' your skeletons and this one looks fabulous atop Eileen's cookie box die - such fun! Anne xxx

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  3. I would by a pumpkin from him . Love how you have styled him and I love how you incorporated Eileen's did. Tracy x

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  4. I love your seasonal vignette, wonderful Autumn and Halloween influences xxx

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  5. Cracks me up...reminds me of the guy on the corner of one of our streets selling fruit...only the skeleton is more fun! LOVE the sign...so realistic! Fun and cool arrangement!

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  6. I hate skeletons but I loved what you made so much I just had to come by and see! Can I ask, what base material did you use to make your cookie box?

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    1. to create with the scoreboard dies I use Mat Board that I get from sizzix.

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