Now that Thanksgiving is only 4 days away, why not start baking some pumpkin pies? And if you are anything like me, you will just buy them from a store. Or, you could be like me and make some paper pies! Delicious to the eyes! Yum!
Pie filling: Small bottom piece. Cut away the outer/bottom flaps (see the red line on the photo?)
Crust: Small lid. Fan it out to make the brim like I did on yesterday’s Pumpkin baskets tutorial.
Pan: Small lid.
Cut away the side tabs of the outer flap. Using a round pen or a stylus pen, and curl the paper. To make the tight curl, I first used the wider pen to roll to loosen up the cardstock paper, then used a needle to wrap the paper around to make the curl.
After gluing the tabs, poke the center in so the pan will sit flat on a surface.
I coated the pie filling with a gloss paint to make it look juicy.
Here’s a turkey pot pie.
This time I used the lid for all three pieces to make the pie filling puff up. Cut away the flaps on the red line.
You can even store candies inside. The perfect storage!
Turkey stamp: Tom Turkey by Purple Onion Designs.
Other Articles by Sunghee:
- Easter Eggs and Flowers - April 2nd, 2010
- The Perfect Gazebo - March 31st, 2010
- Envelope Clutch - February 17th, 2010
- Advent Calendar Matchbox House - December 14th, 2009
- The Perfect Baskets - November 21st, 2009