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1367 days ago

Topic tags/keywords: trick treat humor

Happy Halloween everyone. I hope everyone has a safe evening and gets lots of goodies. I thought it would be cool to see everyones pumpkin carvings. Here are the pumpkins Heidi and I carved. Hers is the bat and mine is the mummy.
Lets see yours!!
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#1 posted 1367 days ago

Keith & Heidi – Some of your best work to date -

-- Laguna Bamboo

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SCOTSMAN

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#2 posted 1367 days ago

Nice too good to throw away after the big event.I love the ide of trick or treating I hope the kids come tonight.Alistair

-- excuse my typing as I have a form of parkinsons disease

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Eric_S

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#3 posted 1367 days ago

Nice carvings Keith. We made ours this year out of hard foam pumpkins they sell at Michaels and Joann Craft stores. They cut pretty similar to a real pumpkin but without the mess and they will last for many years.

Mine

My wifes (mummy pirate, looks better lit up)

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TopamaxSurvivor

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#4 posted 1367 days ago

I got no pumpkin to carve :-((

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#5 posted 1367 days ago

Now this is scary….lol

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BreakingBoardom

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#6 posted 1366 days ago

Nice Carvings. Eric_S, my wife chose that same pic, but she opted to not do the trees and rotate the wolf a little. Nice job. Here is my carving for this year. A little LJ Pride.

Click for details

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#7 posted 1366 days ago

I am amazed at the marvelous carving. The best I’ve ever done is with a Sawzall blade with a few teeth. Great work people.

We live down the block from a school, and only had one trick or treater last night—We have about 30 stairs to climb, but it is too much for the kids. We’ve lost interest the last few years. The most we’ve ever had is 4 make the journey.

I guess there is easier pickings on flat land LOL

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Bogdanovich

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#8 posted 1366 days ago

Do you mind if I steel some of your design for next year?

-- My English and my woodworking are matching skills.

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#9 posted 1365 days ago

This place is just full of ARTISTS!

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#10 posted 1365 days ago

I’d say that’s mighty creative pumpkin carving.

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