• Pumpkin Card Set
  • Pumpkin Gift Boxes
  • A Quick and Easy Jack O’Lantern Halloween Banner
  • Halloween Treat Bags
  • Pumpkin Layout

Pumpkin Card Set

Hello there! It’s Becki, here to share with you a set of cards I created shaped as Pumpkins using the Home+Made collection. These cards were so simple to make and I think that they’re adorable!

I cut these cards using my Silhouette. I cut all the bases out of kraft cardstock and then cut an additional piece to use as a template when cutting the burlap. I simply wrote on the back of the burlap with a pencil and cut the pumpkin out of the burlap with sharp scissors.

Becki Adams_Pumpkin Card suppliesPumpkin Card set created by @jbckadams for @PebblesincI finished the card by simply adding a tag and a bit of sparkle to the stem of the pumpkin.

For this card I simply added a bit of burlap and some glitter tape to the middle of the pumpkin as well as the sentiment tag to the stem.

Pumpkin Card set created by @jbckadams for @PebblesincOn the last card I used the template and glued strips of patterned paper/burlap to the template at an angle and then trimmed off the excess. I added the sentiment tag to the stem as well.

Pumpkin Card set created by @jbckadams for @PebblesincAnd here’s the set of completed cards:

Pumpkin Card set created by @jbckadams for @PebblesincThanks for visiting the Pebbles blog today! Have a great day!

Home+Made Love Seat Patterned Paper PHMP-32593
Home+Made Burlap Cardstock 732607
Home+Made Specialty Cardstock 732609
Home+Made Cardstock Stickers 732611
Home+Made Decorative Tape 732626
Home+Made 6×6 Paper Pad 732644

Pumpkin Gift Boxes

Pumpkin Gift Boxes by @popperandmimi using @PebblesInc collections

Happy October! Amanda here today with a darling set of pumpkin gift boxes that will charm the pants off of your friends and family. I love making pumpkin crafts because they are so versatile. You can use them for Halloween, Thanksgiving, or any fall occasion. I picked several of my favorite yellow-orange papers from my Pebbles collections and got going. Let me tell ya, the Birthday Wishes collection is the gift that keeps on giving. Two of these orange papers came from that collection. I think I have used that collection for more non-birthday projects than birthday projects. It is just so … [Continue reading...]

A Quick and Easy Jack O’Lantern Halloween Banner

A Jack-O-Lantern Banner by @wendysuea featuring the #thirtyone and #homemade collections by @pebblesinc !!

Hi there!  It's Wendy Sue Anderson here with you today, sharing a really easy (and FUN!) Jack O'lantern Halloween Banner. Using just a few supplies and taking a limited amount of time, you can create a banner just like this one for yourself! The best part? It's easy enough for the kids to help with!! Here's how to make your own: Step 1:  Using the Homemade Banner Dies, cut as many flags as you want for your banner. I used papers from the Thirty-One collection and the Home+Made Collection. Step 2:  Use the small die to cut triangles for the eyes and noses - the pieces are meant to be … [Continue reading...]

Halloween Treat Bags

Halloween Treat Bags by @evapizarrov using #ThirtyOne collection from @pebblesinc

Hi everyone! I'm Eva Pizarro and today I am going to show you how to make small pumpkins to decorate  your fall or Halloween projects. I used these pumpkins to do some treat bags. They were very easy to make! Just fill one of the printed bags from Pebbles and embellish with some stickers and papers from this beautiful Halloween collection. To make the pumpkins, cut and glue strips of paper. Use your circle punch (or scissors if it is too thick) to cut 3 circles of paper. Glue two of these circles together, then attach the other one on top with some foam dots. Cut a strip of green … [Continue reading...]

Pumpkin Layout

creating a framed look for Baby's First Halloween with this Pumpkin layout by @reneezwirek using the #Thirty-One #Halloween collection by @Pebbles Inc.

Hello! It's Renee Zwirek here today to share a step-by-step tutorial of a pumpkin-themed and titled layout. I wanted this layout to look like it was framed. So, I cut out the center of my favorite paper in this collection to be the frame. The frame measures 1.5 inches all around. For the mat of the frame, I cut out the center of white cardstock leaving 1/4" of white to show. I attached the frame and mat to my background paper and machine-stitched the four corners for added interest. Here's a close-up of one of the stitched corners. I used a pencil to mark where I … [Continue reading...]