This is a perfect craft for All Saints’ Day that also fits into the fall season.
Begin by printing 3 copies of the PDF page in the below picture (this makes the strips of cardstock for the pumpkin). Print it on cardstock. I used orange cardstock but you can use any color you want. You could print it on white cardstock and color it.
Cut on the lines and punch a hole at all circles.
Print the leaves on cardstock. I printed them on green cardstock but you can use any color. You could print it on white cardstock and color.
Cut apart on the lines. Each pumpkin takes two leaves (so you get leaves for four pumpkins from this sheet).
Cut out the leaves and punch a hole at the circles.
Stack 11 strips of cardstock on top of each other. (Note: you have 12 strips but you only use 11 of them.)
Put the leaves on top of the stack.
Put a brad through each set of holes and secure the brad.
Separate the strips of cardstock to form the pumpkin. Start with the bottom strip and carefully move it away from the stack of cardstock strips. Continue moving strips away from the stack. When all the strips are separated, space the strips evenly into a shape of a pumpkin.
Cut out the saints OR you can draw your own saints — maybe even the saints in your family.
Glue one saint to each strip of cardstock.
Happy All Saints’ Day!!
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