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#1 posted 10-31-2011 06:05 AM
Love It that’s to cool!
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#2 posted 10-31-2011 09:15 AM
Hahaha I was wondering forstner or hole saws, but the second photo answered my question.
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#3 posted 10-31-2011 03:28 PM
Very cool! I’ve used a hole saw in the past along with a sabre saw. This year I might give my Dremel a go. :-)
FYI, you should also post this as a blog in case this project gets deleted since it isn’t a woodworking project.
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#4 posted 10-31-2011 03:30 PM
I also love that ghostly squash (the second one from the left). It reminds me of Munch’s The Scream.
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#5 posted 10-31-2011 03:42 PM
Looks like everyone was having fun!
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#6 posted 10-31-2011 06:16 PM
My husband uses his chain saw to carve his pumpkin.
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#7 posted 10-31-2011 07:24 PM
Very cool pumpkins :) I love seeing the types of Jack-o-lantern faces that kids come up with…yours did a great job! I started a forum topic for LJ’s to share their pumpkin carvings this year-
So far, yours are the only other pumpkins on here that I’ve seen :)
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#8 posted 10-31-2011 09:41 PM
thanks everyone…I had never used power tools…I will do it this way everytime…my girls were excited to do their own pumpkins for the first time…or close in Ruth’s case…
Next year I might try some other tools…
As far as this being a wood project—-I hope it counts—-its atleast PLANT BASED…or vine based…
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#9 posted 11-01-2011 12:33 AM
If you let it dry enough. It might become hard as wood.
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#10 posted 11-01-2011 01:57 AM
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#11 posted 11-01-2011 05:24 AM
Hard to say, depends on which tool may have been used
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