With plans to see the The Ides of March in the next few days. I thought I would do a Ryan pumpkin for the ladies. I can now say I’ve done Ryan Gosling 😉
With the big thanksgiving dinner tomorrow night I worked on the place cards for the dinner table. I’m thankful we aren’t having a huge dinner :). I hope everyone has a great Thanksgiving weekend. Enjoy too much turkey, watch too much football, and be too thankful for the amazing people in your life.
Happy Thanksgiving! Cheers!
I stopped at the pumpkin patch on the way home from work tonight and got the first big load of the season. I’m looking forward to doing a few big carvings this weekend, check back!
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Well after a long awaited year, creepy October is finally here. Pumpkins abound and carvings dug deep, will these scary etchings keep you from sleep? Check back daily to get the scoop, from evil zombie faces to brain soup.
I started off easy but am looking forward to some more detailed carvings this long weekend. Thanks for checking it out!!
43 pumpkins later and I have made it. It was a tiring 30 days and it really tested my creative juices and discipline. I am happy that it is over. Thanks to everyone who check out my blog, the constant encouragement made it easier to keep going. Tonight I leave you with the final 5 from Halloween 2010. Until next year! Happy carving!
A logo for the store, it was a little hard to get the full name in the picture.
The wicked green warted witch!
Giggling jolly man!
Well I have carved a bat. However I do not have access to the Internet other then my phone and it won’t upload any pictures. So I’ll have to upload it sometime tomorrow when I have Internet. Hope everyone is getting all their carving done!! Happy Halloween weekend!
Tonight Lindsey came over for a Halloween evening. We started with a delicious dinner, followed by some pumpkin carving which was interrupted by home-made Caramel Apple making, then we returned finish our pumpkins of the evening. It was nice to have a carving companion on day 27, running low on juice! Almost there!
Tonight I had a lot of fun making two pumpkins for great cause. A friend of mine is helping with the fundraising for an event called Halloween for Hunger. It is a fundraiser in Langley that supports the local food bank. I was asked to make a few pumpkins that I thought kids would like. Needless to say I figured that the girls would really enjoy a Bieber fever pumpkin and who doesn’t like the Canucks…?