Monday, October 7, 2013

Easiest "Sweater Pumpkin" EVER?? For real...


Baby Hat turned "Sweater Pumpkin" by Chipping with Charm

Caution...this post might make you SMILE :)


You might already know that I don't sew, knit, crochet...basically, I don't do anything that might take "time".  I love quick and easy projects...and friends, this might be the quickest and easiest YET.


Get yourself a pretty pumpkin...


...and a sweet little baby hat...



I wrapped the stem with twine, added some curled wire and a couple of keys for "leaves"..."junky details".


So what do you think?  
Easiest yet?  
Enjoy your day!
Laurel

14 comments:

  1. This is entirely cute. I love it!!! Visiting via At The Picket Fence linky party! Have a great Monday.

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  2. Laural, Too cute. I like what you said about being quick, not so much time consuming.xoxo,Susie

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  3. Laurel...your pumpkin looks all snug as a baby...cute key accents with wire.

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  4. I guessed, but I never would have thought of this. Brilliant and so darn cute!

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  5. I guessed, but I never would have thought of this. Brilliant and so darn cute!

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  6. Smiling, and looks pretty easy!!! Love this!!! :) Happy Monday, wishing you a lovely and creative week!! xo Holly

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  7. Oh my goodness Laurel that is so cute and clever! And I love the keys tied around the stem. Thanks so much for linking this up to our Pumpkin Party! :-)
    Vanessa

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  8. Yes, that is the easiest sweater pumpkin EVER!!! Love it. And love the keys on top.

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  9. Laurel I can so do this. Thanks for sharing. I dont sew, stictch or even come close to a needle. lol

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  10. This is so precious. This is a great gift Idea as well. GIRL I always just love your BLOG sister.. HUGs and have a blessed October season.

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  11. This did make me smile!! Too cute! :)
    Susan

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