Score those pumpkins in half on the Simply Score. Notice, I put Post-It Notes on either side of where I'm scoring so I know that I have it centered. I also colored in the 6" groove on my Simply Score with a fine point sharpie so I can use it for projects like this where I need to line things up properly.
Trim about 1/4" off one end of the circle to create a flat bottom for the pumpkin to stand on.
While holding your circles folded in half, sponge both sides with Cajun Craze ink.
While holding the circle folded in half, sponge just the bottom half with Chocoalte Chip ink.
Fold all of your circles the opposite way so that the sponged edges are on the inside. Add glue stick to one half of the folded circle and adhere another circle half on top.
This is what it looks like after you've adhered two of the circles together. Make sure you adhere all of them with the flat ends matching so your pumpkin will stand up.
Adhere half of the circles together and then set it aside and start from two again. Adhere the rest of your circles together. Now you have two pumpkin halves.
Cut at 1/2" x 4" piece of Whisper White cardstock and stamp a greeting. (Here I used Teeny Tiny Wishes in Chocoalte Chip Ink). You could also print out people's names onto Whisper White cardstock and cut out the strips to make place cards. One end is cut all the way across at an angle. This is the end that will be adhered inside your pumpkin. The other end is cut into a dove-tail.
I curled the strip by sliding it over by bone folder from the middle to the end in one direction, then flipped it over and did the same thing the other direction.
Punch out as many leaves as you would like to use. I used four here.
Adhere your leaves inside the pumpkin half with glue stick.
To create the apple just punch 25 hearts using the large heart punch instead of the circle punch. Still cut off about 1/4" at the bottom. Then sponge the top of the heart with Lucky Limeade and the bottom with Cherry Cobbler. Assemble the same way as for the pumpkin except just punch one branch from Chocolate Chip cardstock. Adhere it to the center upside down so only the stem shows. Adhere the apple halves together just like the pumpkin. Punch two wings from the Bird Punch in Very Vanilla cardstock and sponge with Lucky Limeade, Cherry Cobbler, and Early Espresso. Then adhere the wings to the branch to create the leaf.
This same technique can be used on a number of different punched shapes to create fabulous 3D projects. Try it out!