Sweet Valley Acres
Materials: – 5 pieces of brown cardstock paper (8.5 inches wide x 11.5 inches long) (250 GSM is the ideal choice) – tissue paper or fabric (9 feet long and 5.5 inches wide) – mason jar – battery operated candle – white tissue paper – glue stick or glue gun – ruler, scissors & pencil
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With brown cardstock paper, measure out the above two panels. You will need 8 panels in total.
Lay the top circle on your fabric and trim around.
Glue the fabric on to the top circle.
This is what it should look like.
Once the glue has dried, flip over so the bad side is up. Place the mason jar in the middle. Optional: Cover the mason jar with tissue paper if you don't want the candle to be seen.
Take a strip of cardstock that is 2 inches wide and 11 inches long and fold in half.
Fold the last 1 inch outward and draw a half circle. Then cut out the half circle.
Draw a pumpkin stem on top and cut out.
Glue the two sides together but not the bottom inch.