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Christmas Watermelon Carving Pattern

I wish you and yours a very Merry Christmas and delightful Holiday Season.

Here is a special Christmas Watermelon carving pattern that you can use to impress your guests with this season:

Reindeer Pattern

Hey, if you’re like me, the holidays are too busy as it is and carving a watermelon just isn’t on my agenda.

But I’m not entertaining guests this year either  🙂

If you’re ambitious and you still have energy to create a fun holiday centerpiece for your kitchen table, then feel free to download and use this cool reindeer pattern from my book, You Too Can Create STUNNING Watermelon Carvings.

Merry Christmas!

Posted on 23 December '09 by , under Uncategorized. 1 Comment.

Thanksgiving Pumpkin Carving?

Carve up a turkey this thanksgiving – in a pumpkin, of course.

My new thanksgiving pattern can be found here:
Pilgrim Turkey

We have so much to be thankful for – one day a year hardly seems adequate. It’s my wish that you may be thankful every day of the year. Go ahead, complete the sentence, “I am thankful for…”

Good. Now repeat.

Posted on 24 November '09 by , under Uncategorized. No Comments.

Halloween can’t be over. I still have pumpkins left over.

The pumpkin dust may be settling now that Halloween is over, but I don’t feel ready to give it up yet 🙁

Do you have left over pumpkins? What do you do with them?

I’ve also had years where I ran out of pumpkins and still wanted to carve more even after Halloween. But I couldn’t find any at the stores. Have you ever had that problem, or am I the only strange addicted pumpkin carver out here?

Do you struggle with after Halloween pumpkin carving withdrawals? What are your thoughts?

Posted on 5 November '09 by , under Uncategorized. No Comments.

Thomas Monson Pumpkin

Here is the Thomas Monson pumpkin that was featured live on KJZZ 14 News at 9 AM on Oct 22nd, 2009 with Ron Bird and Debbie Worthen.

ThomasMonson-pumpkinSM

Posted on 30 October '09 by , under Uncategorized. No Comments.

Where the Wild Things Are

Where the Wild Things Are was one of my favorite children’s books. I identified with Max’s creative imagination. The fun creatures portrayed in the book made perfect ideas for my 1996 pumpkin carving display.

Although I haven’t had the chance to go see it yet, I’m excited to take the kids to the movie.

Celebrate the movie with my Wild Things patterns here:
http://pumpkinglow.com/Patterns6.htm

Posted on 21 October '09 by , under Uncategorized. 1 Comment.