We love to add a new twist on traditional fall pumpkin decorating, which is why we’re so thrilled with the in the new issue of Sweet Paul Magazine.
Crafter Dietlind Wolf used a hammer and cookie cutters to create cut-out patterns in her pumpkin, then secured pieces with small bamboo skewers and toothpicks.
Paul Lowe, Editor-in-Chief at Sweet Paul, covered his whole pumpkin with stamps from the Brimfield Flea Market.
Crafter Jim Noonan used glue and glitter to create his sparkling pumpkin.
Craft Editor Lova Blavarg made a V-shaped cut in her pumpkin and placed the top of an old purse in the hole. She then secured the chocolate money in place with a glue gun.
See more incredibly crafted pumpkins on Sweet Paul!
Photography by Colin Cooke