Origami is simply paper crafts! For these easy paper pumpkins, you'll need paper, glue and a pumpkin template.
To make a grouping of pumpkins in graduated sizes, you will need several templates in different sizes. You can print these free via the link below.
Fold you paper in half two times and trace your template on the folded edge! Only trace half the pumpkin because when it's cut it will open to a full pumpkin!
Cut out the paper where you traced and unfold to full pumpkins.
Place one cutout face down. Take a second and add glue to only half of it, then begin stacking and gluing the pumpkin layers together.
Continue layering until you have a full pumpkin, at least 10 cutouts for a full look. Then stand it up and gently open the layers to shape a pumpkin.
For the stems, I used thin branches from my yard. I added glue to the bottom and slid it into the center of the pumpkins. Make them different heights for interest.
Use paper in different prints for a varied look. You can see the full how-to on this craft via the link below!