We carved these pumpkins, OS did the skull by himself, though we did use a transfer, I think it looks rather good. YS's is a spider, mainly done by me, which is less sucessful - there is a moral there somewhere! So what has this to do with the allotment? Absolutely nothing, the squash we grew this year were too small for carving and tasted divine so I couldn't waste them. Something to aim for next year maybe - a squash of our own to carve?
Hope you have fun and are not bothered if you don't want to be. I know it isn't everyones cup of tea. The law as issued at OS's school is visit people you know, stay with an adult and only visit houses that have a pumpkin lit outside. We are going to a party with the boys cousin and have apple bobbing, sweets in flour and doughnuts on strings to look forward to. We have made witches fingers and spider cakes this evening,and have been practicing our party pieces in readiness. Even OH has promised to dress up...
Aaah they are lovely Lanterns, what a lovely mummy you are. Have a lot of fun at your party and enjoy your week-end.ReplyDelete
the pumpkins are fab...now I feel extremely guilty as mine are still sat on my kitchen side ...uncarved...oh well I will get them carved and use them guy Fawkes night instead!!ReplyDelete
Hope you enjoyed your party!
Wow, great carving going on there!! I'm not one for having kids knocking at my door, I find it scarey (that's the point, right) so I like the school's policy. However I don't have kids so I'm sure it would be a different story then! ;) Hope you all had a great party night, sounds like a lot of fun xReplyDelete
Brilliant pumpkins. Hope you enjoyed your party.ReplyDelete
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