It’s pumpkin everything right now and I can’t say I’m mad about it. I’m loving every adorable pumpkin craft I’m seeing. Last year, I made this adorable book page pumpkin and I love it so much, I have to share. This is probably the easier pumpkin craft you can imagine – and it’s the perfect addition to a rustic fall vignette.
Book Pages from a decent sized book
Hot Glue Gun
Raffia and Leaves (optional)
First fold a bunch of book pages accordion style long ways (or hot dog style). You’ll need a lot depending on the size of your pumpkin. Then, fold in half and hot glue the folded paper to the stick. Continue to glue pieces of book pages all the way around the stick until you have a nice full circle.
I used four rows of book pages all the same size, then on the last row I cut about a half an inch off the folded book page pieces to give it the pumpkin shape.
To finish the pumpkin, I tied a few faux leaves to the top with raffia.
See this book page pumpkin here in my fall vignette from last year. These pumpkins are such an easy alternative to traditional pumpkins while feeling a little rustic.
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This project first appeared on DIYCandy.com