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3 D Pumpkin

Popped up pumkins

Popped up pumkins

I saw the 3 D pumpkin on Youtube but I cannot find in on your website. Am I not looking in the right place? Thank you.

Annette McEntire


Hi Annette

Thanks for writing :) I haven't ever made a paper pumpkin so I guess the idea you saw on Youtube didn't come from my site.

Now you have me thinking about how to make one though so I will see what I come up with in the next few days. If I make one I will upload it - promise!

Thank you for the idea and I hope you do find the place that has the pumpkin you are looking for.


PS: Here are the instructions for making a paper punched pumpkin especially for use on handmade greeting cards and scrapbook pages.

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Oct 28, 2010
by: Anonymous

I have to admit defeat with making a unique 3d pumpkin - for now! I have been trying to make one with a single piece of paper, scored and cut lines but it is winding up looking more like a lantern shape than a pumpkin.

I am off to a paper craft retreat this weekend so will see if there are any cute ideas for pumpkins around there and if so will bring one back and post it ;)

In the meantime I hope someone else will be inventive and show us how to make a 3d paper pumpkin?


Oct 22, 2010
Some links to 3d pumpkins
by: Meenakshi

Hi Annette :-)

I found this query interesting; hence looked up Google for links on how to make Origami Pumpkins. Here are my search results :

I hope Susan will also make a few, adding her own unique touches, & post them here :-)
Happy Halloween to all!



Thanks for that, Meenakshi. After watching the little video, I remembered that I have a page on how to make a paper ball/water bomb here and it might be able to be adapted to make a pumpkin. Here is the page:

I will be crafting today so you never know - a pumpkin might emerge! Lol!


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