Glue the burlap piece onto two of the splatter screens in opposing directions.
Trim the burlap around the edge of the screen.
Bend the handles down on the two screens to be used for standing up your pumpkin and for support.
Attach the two screens together using the floral wire. Keep in mind, you need them to be apart enough to make the sides of the pumpkin look correct.
Cut up your scraps of desired fabric into circles each one bigger than the next.
Take the circles and connect them by using the hemp twine and a large needle to sew them together from the center. Fold and pinch as you go to make a ‘rosette’ effect.
Flip over the circles and sew them from the center on the back to create a ‘cinched’ effect.
Flip back over and add your rhinestone bling brooch/piece by either pinning it or gluing it down to the center.
Take your beanie and use it to cover your final splatter screen.
Attach the final screen to other two screens as the center of the pumpkin using the floral wire.
Cinch the top of the beanie and tie off with a piece of twine.
Hot glue the ‘rosette’ you created to the center of the beanie.
Take the wooden beads and string them onto the hemp twine to desired length for the edge of the screen. (this step is optional)
Tie them off with another piece of twine.
Hot glue your wooden bead strand down to the edge of the splatter screen and paint them your desired color once they’re in place. I found this method to be the easiest. If preferred you can always paint them first before stringing them.
Take more twine and wrap around the handle ‘stem’ of your pumpkin, gluing down as you go.