Saturday, October 10, 2020

A Stamped Velvet Pumpkin and a Giveaway....

Today is 10 on the 10th hosted by Ann from Apple Street Cottage, where we create something while keeping our budget under $10.00 on the 10th of each month.



This project is very simple, and expensive!  I bought a foam, hollow pumpkin at the Dollar Tree and cut out the stem:



I purchased a 1/2 yd of velvet and cut it into two 18" squares ($7.00 1/2 yd OR $3.50 per pumpkin).  I also went thru my old rubber stamps and pulled out this leaf stamp, and heated up the iron:



I placed the stamp under the right side of the velvet, facing upwards: 


I held the hot iron on it for 10 seconds, holding it steady:



The stamp and heat flattens the pile on the velvet:


Using this same technique, I randomly stamped all over the 18" piece:


The pumpkin was placed in the center of the fabric, wrong side up:


The fabric was then pushed into the center hole of the pumpkin:





The stamping added a little more texture and design to the fabric:


I added an old dried out pumpkin stem from out last year's pumpkin, by hot gluing it over the hole:


I gathered some scraps of ribbon and stacked simple bows with a silk leaf:


I attached it to the stem with hot glue:





I can make another pumpkin with the leftover fabric, so 2 pumpkins cost only $9.00 to make!


If you would like a chance to win this pumpkin, leave a comment below and I will pick a name in a few days!



Here is one I made last year with cotton fabric:


Hop over to see what my creative friends made for under $10:


DON'T FORGET TO LEAVE A COMMENT TO BE ENTERED IN THE GIVEAWAY!!

UPDATE:
Winner is Karenann S.
Send me a message with your home address and I will ship it out ASAP!


14 comments:

  1. Patti,

    I have never seen a stamped velvet pumpkin before and I love it. Great project!

    Cindy

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  2. I haven't used the rubber stamp/iron technique in ages - thanks for reminding me! Velvet pumpkins are so elegant. Love it!

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  3. I L🧡VE this velvet pumpkin 🍁🍂🎃

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  4. Patti I did this years ago on velvet curtains ( same color as your pumpkin! great minds...) and loved them. So you know I LOVE this pumpkin. What a great idea to do it with a pumpkin! Going to give it a try for sure...

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  5. Patti I never knew you could iron on the design by doing this. Awesome tip!! I love the pumpkins. Thanks for sharing!

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  6. This is such a cool technique to use on velvet - taking the pumpkin design to a whole new level of chicness! It's a fabulous style and color to blend in with your MC pieces.

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  7. Patti,
    I love this project so very much, it turned out so beautifully. I had no idea that a rubber stamp and a iron could end up with such beautiful results.
    Pinned!

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  8. How very clever you are, Patti! And the pumpkin is darling. You did a terrific job with it and it's a terrific idea.

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  9. Pretty! The embossing really adds a nice touch. You are very clever!

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  10. What a lovely pumpkin! I love the way you embossed the velvet fabric! Such a nice accent!

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  11. I'm loving your velvet pumpkin creation Patti. What a great idea to use the stamp!

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  12. That is just adorable and so creative! I love it!

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  13. The stamp on the velvet is a genius idea!!!

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  14. You created a beautiful velvet pumpkin and the embossed leaves add a high end look!

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