So here we go...
So the supplies I used were the faux pumpkins from Target, which I paid a whopping $2.50 for, hot glue gun and glue sticks, some ribbon (you can use anything to create the look you want) and a feather boa.
I started at the top and placed hot glue down the pumpkin at intervals to secure it. I wrapped it from the top, down around the bottom and up the other side. You can use one kind of ribbon or two like I did here.
Once I had the ribbon looking the way I wanted, it was time to add the finishing touch and that was where my little furry boa came into play. I placed the boa around the top to figure what was needed and cut that length. Using the glue gun, I just hot glued it to the top and voila...a little fur ball fluff on top of the pumpkin. Hides your ribbon ends and looks cute too! For $8 and an hour of my time, I got two one of a kind glitter pumpkins that you'll never see in any pumpkin patch!
|Looks like a critter is taking up residence!|
This is the professional shot taken by the talented Austin Stevenot, who also just did our professional headshots (although they're really not headshots...they're way better. Thanks Austin!
Michele and Linda