There once was a scarecrow name "Boo"
Made from bunches of straw, clothes and glue
He went trick-a-treating
And now he is waiting
To share all his candy with you.....
JOY iron-on letters
Small Scarecrow (on a pole)
Pumpkin (craft pumpkin used here)
Lo-temp glue gun
Knife to cut pumpkin (adult use only)
1. Peel the backing away from each letter then adhere to the front of your scarecrow.
2. Using a zig zag pattern cut the top from the pumpkin then cut a hole at the center of the bottom half of the pumpkin to accommodate the pole.
3. Place the scarecrow in the bottom half of the pumpkin, pushing the pole thru the hole. Glue the top of the pumpkin to the scarecrow's head. Fill the pumpkin bowl with candy.
My outdoor table has a hole at the center, so I placed the pumpkin on the table with the pole thru the hole. When using indoors, remove the pole, or cut a hole around the stem of a second pumpkin and place "Boo" on top......
JOY™ iron-on letters can be found in a variety of colors, fonts and sizes at your local craft stores. Not just for fabric, JOY letters can be used on a variety of surfaces.
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