- Colored card stock, your choice,
Pumpkin – orange, white, cream, beige,
Face – brown, black, or white with face drawn in.
Stem – green or brown
- Marvy® Scalloped oval: We used giga craft punch, but size is your choice. Depends on how large or small you want the pumpkins to be.
- Marvy® Merchandise tag: We used giga craft punch, but size is your choice. Depends on how large or small you want the pumpkins to be.
- Marvy® Embossing leaf punch - grape or maple.
- Craft glue
- Craft brush or popsicle stick for applying glue.
Uchida of America, Corp.
- Punch out about 24 “giga” scallop ovals. (How many used will depend on how full want the pumpkin to look.)
- Fold each oval in half.
- Glue ovals together, back-to-back, one next to the other.
- When complete, stack and bind folded ovals with a rubber band,
securing all parallel to the folded straight edge. Make sure there are
no gaps along the folded
- Spread craft glue along the straight edge; as in book binding and allow to dry for several hours.
- Once dry, stand the folded edge up, form a circle and glue the open ends back-to-back. This should form a oval sphere.
- For the pumpkin face, use 1⁄2” circle and/or oval punches to cut
eyes and mouth from contrasting cardstock. Glue on the oval sphere. Or
draw funny face on a white card stock, cut it and glue to pumpkin.
- For a stem, roll a small green cardstock cone and glue it into the
center of the oval sphere. A twig, chenille stem or dowel can also be
- Punch out leaf and glue to the stem.