I thought you could use some inspiration during your time indoors. Luckily we have had some great customer shares this month.
Shar Hellie made three adorable pumpkins to share. I like how she alternated the patterned papers on the pumpkins.
Here is a spooky pumpkin card from Diana Middleton. She used versa mark and white embossing powder for her ghost and she made her pumpkins pop by putting a layer of Glossy Accents on top.
Michelle Whelan took apart a cardboard box and tore off the outer paper to reveal the corrugated paper. She used a die to cut the leaves and some wire for some of the vine.
Helen Woodward actually made the Tim Holtz pumpkin idea he had on his blog. It is all sheets of embossed metal that she colored with alcohol ink. Because the metal is reflective, I had a hard time taking a decent photo of this project.
Jackie Poor also made one of these metal covered pumpkins. You really need to see these in person to appreciate how lovely they are.