Pumpkin Wreath with the Nightfall Collection

I love Fall. School starting, leaves falling, the air gets crisp... It's just perfect. Even more than Fall, I love decorating for the seasons. I saw this amazing wire wall pumpkin from SPC Crafts, and knew that I wanted to glue a ton of rosettes made from the Nightfall Collection to it.
Each of the rosettes was created with papers from the Nightfall Collection that were scored and folded using my Scor-Pal scoreboard. I used a hot glue gun, Scrapbook Adhesives E-Z Runner® Ultra Strong dispenser and refill, and Scrapbook Adhesives 3D Foam Squares to create more dimension and keep everything together.
The banner was just a punch from my stash and some twine that I purchased at Target. Each of the rosettes had either pieces from Nightfall Eight, or the Details sticker sheet. The details from each added to the overall composition.
The larger you keep the strips of paper, the wider the rosette. The smaller the strips, the smaller the rosette. Pam has a great tutorial to check out how to make rosettes! I used something similar for mine.

I also wanted to create some interest without bulk, so added a couple of plain circles by just cutting out circles from pieces of Nightfall Eight, backed with other papers from the Nightfall Collection.
 Inking all of the edges creates a more finished look. By only inking the edges, the papers stay bright.
The final product was very decorative. I love projects that come together in a few hours, and this would be really easy to reproduce with similar results. A solid set of circle dies, a score board, and some good adhesives are all this really takes!
Authentique Supplies Used: Nightfall Collection (One, Two, Three, Four, Six, Eight, Details stickers)
Other Supplies Used: pumpkin wire wreath frame, Scrapbook Adhesives E-Z Runner® Ultra Strong dispenser and refill, Scrapbook Adhesives 3D Foam Squares, hot glue, circle dies, banner punch, twine

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