Not Your Typical Jack-O-Lantern
So Halloween isn’t my favorite holiday at the moment, owing in part to getting dumped around the holiday last year, and having not-so-fond memories of waking up November 1 last year still drunk and covered in corn syrup blood (and that junk does NOT come out of your sheets very easily, let me tell you.) So anyway, whoops!
But I am kind of excited about this pumpkin carving tutorial I stumbled upon, which shows you how to make cool jack-o-lantern cut-outs using cookie cutters! Find out how, after the jump.
All you need:
- Cookie cutters
- A mallet or hammer
- Needle-nose pliers
- A serrated-knife
And a pumpkin, of course.
Step one: Using a malet or hammer, tap the cookie cutter into the shell of the pumpkin. It should go at least half way in.
Step two: Using the pliers, pull the cookie cutter out of the pumpkin.
Step three: Follow the pattern of the cookie cutter with a serrated knife.
Step four: With one hand inside of the pumpkin, push the cut shape out of the pumpkin.
And then–voila!–you have:
Spook on. [FreshHomeIdeas]