Sunday, September 16, 2012

Canning Ring Pumpkin

My friend posted this darling canning ring pumpkin on her Facebook page the other day from Simply Klassic Home...and I knew I had to have one:).


I have plenty of old canning rings, so this was a perfect project because I had everything on hand!
You will need:
canning rings {I used 14 regular mouth rings} rusty ones are perfect!!
string
glue gun
small twigs or cinnamon sticks
fabric scrap or burlap for the leaves





Just tie the canning rings at the center and form into a pumpkin.
Insert the twig/cinnamon sticks in the center and glue, add little leaves that you have cut out...at that is it!
I think it took me under 5 minutes.
This is a GREAT kid craft, too!

It is a lovely little Fall decoration for this time of the year:).
Visit Kristin at Simply Klassic Home for more ideas!!

~Julia


20 comments:

2busy said...

This is a great idea! And so cute for the kitchen...

Keeping it Cozy said...

That is the cutest pumpkin I have ever seen! I love the idea of using canning lids... there's nothing better than a craft project that doesn't require a trip to the store! And I love it on top of your scale... now I'm thinking that would be such a fun way to add seasonal decor to the kitchen. :-) Hope you had a great weekend!

Cozy Little House said...

Simply adorable!
Brenda

Sandra J said...

So clever and adorable. Although, when I read the title I wasn't looking at the picture and I thought it was a recipe for canning pumpkin, lol.

Megan @ Restoring the Roost said...

SO cute and creative! A great decoration for the kitchen especially!

Debbie said...

Adorable!!!

Gumbo Lily said...

How cute and clever is that?!

Passionedeco...perchè le case hanno un'anima said...

Oh Julia!

This is too too cool!!

Fra

Emily said...

Squeal! This is darling! As I am new to canning I don't own any rusty bands, but I may just use a few of my new ones to make one of these rustic little pumpkins.

Bevy said...

Too cute. Hey, I've got a ton of old rusty rings... this will be a blast to throw together. :) Something fun to do with the kiddo's.

I loved your post the other day with all the recipes. SO Inspiring!!! Those homemade sandwich rolls. I'm so makin' those.

PS:
I also love that *new* photo of you on your sidebar. You're so beautiful - both inside and out.

Bonnie said...

Love your new blog design (photo). It's fresh and bright.
This is how I store my rings, tied together with a string. I never thought to fan it out into a pumpkin. So cute.

Ngo Family Farm said...

CUTE!!!

cestMoi Sandy said...

How darling is that!
Love it...
Thank you to you and your friend for sharing.

Have a lovely week!

Sandy

Lisa/Fresh Eggs Daily Farm Girl said...

Hi Julia. I love this idea! I hope you don't mind that I linked it up to my linky party: http://fresh-eggs-daily.blogspot.com/2012/09/farm-girl-friday-blog-fest-1.html

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

Such a fun use for old rings-love it:@)

Jennifer said...

Thanks for sharing this great craft~
I'm hoping to make this soon with my daughter for
our new fall centerpiece :)

Jill Flory of Sew a Fine Seam said...

I saw those too and thought they were fun! I should get some rings out and have my girls make some! They would love it! like your leaves you added too - so cute!

Jessica said...

Love this! What a great Halloween craft to do with my nephew! Thanks for the tips. Love your blog.

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Carole said...

That is so fun!

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