Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Halloween Decoration (Pumpkins) Under $1.00

Easy Halloween Decoration
Pumpkins !!

Materials Needed:
1.  Toilet Paper Roll
2.  Newspaper
3.  Leftover Fabric

  1. Place a roll of toilet paper on top of a piece of newspaper.
  2. Lift the newspaper and stuff it into the middle tube of the toilet paper.
  3. Place the roll of toilet paper on top of the piece of fabric you have chosen.  (Good side down.)
  4. Lift the fabric and stuff it into the middle tube of the toilet paper.
NOTES:  You may need to cut the newspaper and the fabric a bit.  Use any fabric you'd like - it doesn't have to be Halloween fabric.


Sarah @ The Pumpkin Patch said...

What a cute idea! I've been collecting toilet paper rolls for preschool, but I'm going to have to use a few for this. I wonder if a paper towel roll would work too?

Thanks for linking to Transform Tuesday!

Anonymous said...

Hi Annabelle, what a great idea! I'm thinking of trying to make some pomegranites this way for Succot, and they could also be apples....thanks so much for sharing on Craft Schooling Sunday!

Diane said...

Love your pumpkins. The blue one is sooo unusual. Such a break from the fall colors. Love it.

Donene said...

Cute pumpkins and clever use of toilte paper rolls!!
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Jill said...

What a cute idea for repurposing tp rolls!

I'd love for you to come and join my Fall link party next Friday (Sept. 24) and stop by because I'll be posting fall projects all week and featuring others too!


Bella @ Bella before and after said...

Very cute, and yeah cheap. I love that when you are done with pumpkins or whatever you can just use the roll of Tp, nothing lost. So great. Thanks for sharing, and I would LOVE to have you link this up to my new party. I can use all the support, and appreciate all of it. :)

Unknown said...

How cute! What a neat (and frugal) decoration! I just might have to do this. Thanks for sharing. Hopped over from Transform Tuesday.


Ann @ makethebestofthings said...

Cute and clever and perfect for the kids, not to mention saving on that expensive polyfill stuffing! And later you can take them apart to use, if you had to, lol!

Devin and Brooke said...

hey I LOVE YOUR FALL ideas come link up on my link party


Beansieleigh said...

I have to admit, the words "craft under a dollar" caught my attention!! ha! ha!.. LOVE these pumpkins, and my gosh, it couldn't GET any easier than THIS!!! I LOVE creativejewishmom's idea for apples too!.. Have a great day, and a wonderful weekend ahead! ~tina

Cass @ That Old House said...

So cute! Wish I'd seen this ages ago when I was a Girl Scout leader.

nest of posies said...

cute cute!!!

thanks for linking up to the FALL FESTIVAL!


KimMalk said...

Very cute, fabric pumpkins at no cost? I'm in. Thanks for linking.

Entertaining Women said...

Thank you for sharing this darling idea. I'm going to send it to my daughter-in-love; she'll totally think that it's a great idea, too! Cherry Kay

Barbara said...

These are adorable. Thanks for the idea.

Sandy Ang said...

Great idea !

Lori said...

Very cute!

Thanks for joining Get Your Craft on Thursday at Life As Lori!

Yvonne @ StoneGable said...

What a cute idea, Annabelle! I could think of so many things to do with these! And they are a thrifty decor too!
This would also be a great kid project.
I'm so glad I stopped by!

Brenda Pruitt said...

How pretty and unexpected!

The Tablescaper said...

Such a cute fun idea!

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Ashlee Marie said...

What a fun fall decoration idea! Thanks for linking up to Topsy Turvy Tuesday's!

René said...

This idea could be used in so may ways. Thank you for the inspiration and a big thank you for joining the party!

Crystal said...

I love these and the fabric is so fun.

Alycia Nichols said...

Great job!

Becky@Beyond The Picket Fence said...

What a fun and easy idea. Thanks for linking up to Beyond the Picket Fence's Under $100 Party.

Entertaining Women said...

This is the neatest fabric pumpkin that I've seen...and so easy. This is one of those 'why didn't I think of that' ideas. Great job! Thank you for sharing your charming design. Cherry Kay