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 Post subject: Post your Jack-O-Lantern!
 Post Posted: Tue Jul 15, 2008 1:46 pm 
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Post a picture of a jack-o-lantern you carved or a pumpkin farm you have been to! :D

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 Post Posted: Wed Jul 16, 2008 5:48 am 
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Here's a few of mine:


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a farm I carved at last year - 100 pumpkins in 4 weekends.

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The last one I just carved for an online tutor on my site.
"How to carve a foam pumpkin"

There's other tutors - that take you through the whole process.

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Nice work! The detail in those is top notch.

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I didn't get patterns for these from anywhere-- they're all mine. Bwahahaha!

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I see people post there jack-o-lanterns but everytime I try to get people to post there graveyards or yard haunts no one does.

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Here's the pumpkin I carved for Halloween 2006. We only had one, but I carved two faces onto it.
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This is one of those tiny 'pumpkins' that you get in the grocery store. probably no more than 3 inches across.

They are super tough skinned so be careful if you try to carve one. On the other hand they last for weeks after carving.


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 Post Posted: Fri Aug 22, 2008 1:16 pm 
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Great pumpkins people!! :mrgreen: Ooga Booga, If you put your Halloween jack o lantern with 2 faces against the wall in a dark room the face on the back of the pumpkin will appear on the wall when lit. I never tried this but I read it on the Big Scream TV website.

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Here's our fake pumpkin from 2006
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The camera with my real 2007 pumpkin was stolen =(

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Andybev01 wrote:
This is one of those tiny 'pumpkins' that you get in the grocery store. probably no more than 3 inches across.

They are super tough skinned so be careful if you try to carve one. On the other hand they last for weeks after carving.


How on earth did you manage to carve that little sucker?

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 Post subject: Re: Post your Jack-O-Lantern!
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Is that a carved funkin?

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I don't know. My mom bought it from Costco just like that, pre-carved and with a light bulb inside.

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It is a great jack o lantern!

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 Post subject: Re: Post your Jack-O-Lantern!
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I used a super thin fish boning knife. It's no longer than 3 inches and 1/4 inch at it's widest.

Like I said, be careful these little things are tough as boot leather.

The cool thing is as they age they dry out like leather, so they last and last and last...

california ghoul wrote:
Andybev01 wrote:
This is one of those tiny 'pumpkins' that you get in the grocery store. probably no more than 3 inches across.

They are super tough skinned so be careful if you try to carve one. On the other hand they last for weeks after carving.


How on earth did you manage to carve that little sucker?

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