Like the donuts, I think I may be taking the toilet paper thing too far! In my defense, I love pumpkins and scarecrows go perfectly with pumpkins, so I HAD to make a scarecrow.
It was pretty easy to make. I just use some unbleached muslin for the base. Then, I hot glued some raffia for the hair. The hat is made with some designer paper that I had bought last year. It is only single sided, so I used two pieces back to back. It took a few practice runs before I perfected it. The edges of the hat are inked with some Tim Holtz Tea Dyed Distress Ink. To make his face, I used two buttons and some paper punches. I very CAREFULLY used a Sharpie Pen to make his mouth.
This little embellishment on his hat was made using the Button Boutique Papertrey Ink Die. A paper punched pumpkin and a Quickutz bird completed the patch.
Paper: Debbie Mumm, Cosmo Cricket, Bazzill, Recollections, We R Memory Keepers
Ink: Tim Holtz Tea Dye
Misc: Toilet paper, fabric, crimping tool, buttons, black Sharpie pen, ribbon, raffia, Quickutz Bird die, paper punches, pop up dots, half pearl, Papertrey Ink Button Boutique die
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