DIY Jute Twine Pumpkin

I know, I know! When you look at a ball of jute twine - a "pumpkin" isn't the first thing you think of. But, I knew it would make a cute base to craft with. Here is how I did it!
I started with a plain ball of twine from the craft store.
I only needed a few components to complete this project... moss, a pumpkin sem (I saved these from last year. You could also use a twig), a leaf I cut from a vintage book page and some orange raffia. (you could use more jute or ribbon or skip a bow altogether)
Stick the stem into the ball of twine opening. I did not use any glue, but if you wanted to save this for next year you should.
Next, I tucked in some bits of moss.
Finally, I added a simple raffia bow and the vintage, book page leaf.
Simple and easy and under 10-Minutes! Look how cute it is, below, when stacked upon a white pumpkin.
Don't you want to make several of these? :)
For complete step-by-step instructions, please visit The Everyday Home Blog at the link below.
The Everyday Home/Barb Garrett
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