Cat Pattern Template 3 Carved by Kaitlyn in age Cat Pattern Template 4 This one is the toughest cat pattern to cut out.
Halloween Pumpkin Carving Tips
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Pattern Template. Ghost Scared Pattern Template. Thanks to Debbie for sharing this photo! Give Blood Pattern Template. A nod to the red cross during Halloween -- I thought it was a cute idea Happy Halloween Pattern Template Caroline's version of the template combine the bat and Happy Halloween templates and left out the little bats on the Happy Halloween template.
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Thanks to Brooke for sharing the photo!! Haunted Pirate Ship Pattern Template. Jack Pattern Template. Thanks to Kristen for sharing the photo!! Jack o'lantern Face Pattern Template.
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Thanks to Tasha for sharing the photo!! Moth Pattern Templates. Mummy Pattern Template Carved by Kaitlyn in age Night Scene Pattern Template. Owl Head Pattern Template. Owl Pattern Template. Penguin Pattern Template. Pirate Pattern Template. Pterodactyl Pattern Template Carved by Kaitlyn in age Pumpkin Face Pattern Template. Thanks to Terry-anna for sharing the photo!! Pumpkin King Pattern Template. Raven Pattern Template. Raven and Pumpkin Pattern Template.
Raven in Flight Pattern Template. Ravens on a Tree Pattern Template. Thanks to Brooke for sharing her pumpkin! Scarecrow Pattern Template. Thanks to Debbie for sharing her photo too! Scorpion Template. Skull Pattern Template. Never pick up or carry a pumpkin by its stem. It is not a handle. The stem can break off very easily, leaving the pumpkin with an open wound that invites infection and rot.
Check the pumpkin well for soft spots and dark bruises. Once a pumpkin starts to rot, it goes downhill pretty quickly. The smallest nick is enough to let infection in. Do not forget to look at the bottom of the pumpkin, where it has been resting on the cold, damp ground. You do not want to pick your pumpkin too soon, because it will stop changing color once it is cut. Check to make sure the skin has hardened enough so that pressing it with your fingernail will not crack it.
Pumpkins can be left in the field, even after the vines have withered. However, do not leave them out if a hard frost is expected or if hungry critters are about. Ideally, you want one with a shell that is hard enough to protect it but still allows you to get a knife through. Pumpkins with outer shells that feel as hard as a piece of wood are very difficult, and dangerous, to slice into. Tap the pumpkin gently and listen for a slightly hollow sound. Lifting the pumpkin will also give you a good idea of how dense it is. The heavier the pumpkin, the thicker the walls. Thick walls block the candlelight and carving details will be lost.
If you end up with a thick-walled one, you can shave the walls from the inside. The tall, oblong-shaped varieties tend to be stringier inside, making it difficult to make precise cuts. Do not discount the smaller pumpkins entirely. They are great for kids to carve and to use as decorations. White pumpkins, like 'Lumina,' give a spooky look to your jack-o'-lantern. They can also be painted more easily than orange pumpkins and most make great cooking pumpkins too.
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Keep it in a cool spot, out of direct sunlight. Spray it with an anti-transpirant, like Wilt-Pruf. Drape the entire pumpkin with a damp towel.
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