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Hello everyone!   This is Melly Art and I am sharing my second project with you today.  This is one of my very favorite fall decor projects ever!  Believe it or not, this was very easy to put together!  

I started off by using an old Creative Memories border punch, with the pumpkins cartridge.  I don’t remember exactly how many I punched out,  but it was a lot.  I pierced holes in both ends and adhered them with a brad, so I was able to move them into a half circle.  To get it to stand, I glued it to a stack of heavy chipboard pieces.
For my Love XL Script Wood Word,  first I painted it white and left it to completely dry.  Then using a fan brush and metallic silver paint, I  brushed it over the white, but not solidly allowing the white to peek through quite a bit.  
     To finish this off, I found a pretty stick laying on the sidewalk, while I out walking my dog.  I thought it was the perfect piece to stick in the center to keep my pumpkin standing up.  I cut a stem for the top, and created a pumpkin to go on the inside.  From here I just added embellishments.
Along with my pumpkin, I added some leaves, raffia, a pumpkin flair, an acrylic pumpkin, making them stand up with some folded chipboard.  
    To decorate the “love” I used some more raffia, a cute acrylic piece, some acrylic hearts, and some sequins.
     I loved creating this piece!  My sister loved how this came together as well;  so much in fact that she stole it! 
Happy crafting!



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