DIY Pumpkin Drawing Wall Decor

DIY Pumpkin Drawing Wall Decor

DIY Pumpkin Drawing Wall Decor

I loved to draw when I was young.

I was interested in just about anything that was related to the world of arts and crafts….

Drawing, beads, decorating, pretty much anything to do with crafting.

But, as I got older, I slowly stopped many of those hobbies.

This blog has really helped me get back to my love of crafting.

So I took a chance at drawing again and decided to focus my doodling on something fall related.

In came the pumpkins idea…

I decided I wanted to have one pumpkin framed on the wall. Honestly, this idea started from a few innocent pumpkin stickers. I came up with an idea to frame some stickers that I had, but that didn’t work out quite how I wanted, so I figured why not draw my own pumpkins.

It took some time practicing, but eventually, I got it.

ok, let’s get started…

DIY Pumpkin Drawing Wall Decor

Supplies:

Cardstock (Rite Aid and Staples)

Scrapbook/craft paper (light blue and beige. I’ve had these for years. Probably purchased at Michaels)

Silver Stickers (Also something I have had for a few years)

Scissors, Sharpie fine point marker, pencil, ruler, and tape

As for the frames, I ended up using a couple of old frames that I already had on hand.

As I mentioned earlier, I practiced a number of times how to draw a pumpkin. Eventually, I decided to keep them very simple, as you see below.

I drew 4 pumpkins for each frame used, each one a different size. I then cut them out along with eight small green stems.

Then I finished with a few black lines using my sharpie marker and lastly attaching the stems onto the back of the pumpkins with my tape.

I later taped the pumpkins onto my white card stock.

Then I called for my husband’s help…

I’m kind of…No, I’m really horrible with numbers…and fractions…and anything to do with math. But I needed to find the center of my page so that I can easily center my pumpkins and stickers. Easy, right? Nope…

My frame had uneven measurements that made it hard for me to find my center point. So I got some help from my husband, who is much better at math, and science, and remembering really unnecessary/silly facts. Within minutes he had my center point and where I should start placing everything.

Now I have two adorable pumpkin frames to bring some fall joy into my home for the season.

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