Quick Harvest How To

Once again I have been inspired from a post by Amanda at The Hand Me Down House
She made amazing harvest pumpkins. But since I am sorta lazy these days....ok ok I'm a lot lazy...geeze. I decided to put a different "easier" twist to mine.

HOW TO (sort of):
First I bought crafting wire from the Dollar Store...this isn't as sturdy as Amanda's but it was cheap and actually I already had it at the house. Second I made mine smaller. It's a mini version.
Amanda had used a vase to wrap around the top for her sizing and she also cut each individual piece...NOT ME lol...I just wrapped the wire around my hand a dozen or so times stopped looping it mid ways through the "straightaway" and wrapped it around that a couple times. Then I twisted the original end piece a few times to make the stem....my my this is a horrible confusing sounding tut...and with no pictures at that...I'm really lazy....and well that's it...hoping you can get the gist from both looking at Amanda's how to and looking at my end result photo.


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  1. very creative Heather you & Aleisha sure have the creative gene!!

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  3. My, My...this is so cute! I must try this...thanks so much for sharing this.

    I'm visiting for Transformation Thursday. I'd love for you to pop in for a quick visit.

    Have a wonderful day,
    Stephanie ♥

  4. Hi Heather! I have a surprise waiting for you you from the Sunday Showcase =) Stop by this post to claim your prize http://www.bystephanielynn.com/2010/09/clean-mama-printables-winners-sunday.html
    Hope you are enjoying your week! Stephanie Lynn

  5. Cute, cute, cute! Thanks for linking to Craftastic Monday:)