Happy Freezing Day today!
Here in Wyoming it was blizzarding (I know its not a word!).
And while I was working today and keeping my foot up (cause I dislocated it. OUCH!) my poor baby did this!
Poor cute face!
Well, while I was working I made these!
I’m calling them glampkins!
I am not a Halloweener (hehehe! I know, not a word either, but I like it!)
I don’t usually go all out for this holiday, but I wanted something up while I am working on my mantle (Check back later for that reveal!)
and I needed something child proof and pretty. So, here ya go!
About a year ago I found a whole box of antique lace and I finally used it today.
It was so easy! I cut two rectangle pieces from some white fabric. The size of the rectangles just depends on what size of pumpkins you want. I layered the lace in the order I liked and sewed them on the rectangles. I then sewed the two pieces into a rectangle pillow. I then made a stem.
I stuffed both the stem and pillow and then I gathered the stem and fabric together at the top and tied a ribbon around to hold it together and then added some more lace to the top.
I hope you like them! What’s nice is that I can keep them displayed through the whole Fall season.