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Saturday, October 21, 2006

How's This For a Pumpkin?

13 comments:

Gina said...

Very, very cool!

Autumn said...

That is awesome. I would never have thought to do that with a pumpkin

Gary said...

Wow! I can't imagine being that skilled. Mine are pretty much triangle eyes, a big nose and a toothy mouth.

Margaret said...

There is nothing beyond a good imagination is there?
Hugs Margaret

Mary P. said...

I'm going to be doing pumpkins with the daycare tots this week or next, but we don't use knives - just markers, glitter, sequins, stickers, and glue.

I like this, though. Now you've got my mind moving in a completely different direction for the ones that will sit on my porch in a couple of weeks. Hmmm...

Josie said...

That's just amazing. And it looks good enough to eat.

Josie

Kara said...

COOL!!!!!!!

School Teacher said...

Now that is different! My class is competing in a school wide pumkin carving/decorating contest and well I just might have to borrow your idea or do something similar. This is thinkiing out of the box. Not your usual scary or funny face with candles to illuminate it. This is good!

Kendra Lynn said...

Wow...very cool!!!

ChiefMommy Owl said...

That is so cool. The only thing I now how to do with a pumpkin is pumpkin pie. That would be the eating of the pie, not the making of of it.

Sara

JBlue said...

V. cool!

Atasha said...

Way cool. When I first saw it I was thinking wow, someone actually baked a bun to look like a pumpkin with seeds and all. Ahhh...I know I could be slow at times. I haven't begun the carving of our first 2. Can I buy some time?

School Teacher said...

Hi Ann. I just sent you an e-mail. I would like to know what if you used real ingredients or not inside your pumpkin burger. Please do tell. I want to do this with my class tomorrow. Thanks.

School Teacher