31 Oct 2015

PUMPKIN 2015.

From this ....


To this ....


Courtesy of Mr T's excellent pumpkin carving skills.

Wishing you all a happy and safe Halloween.


11 comments:

Stephanie Faris said...

Love those! Happy and not happy! The second one actually looks frightened. We carved pumpkins one year "with the kids." Got the table all set up and our friends brought their kids over (they're my stepdaughter's age). You can guess what happened. The kids lost interest about a half an hour in when they realized it was actual work and the adults ended up finishing the project while the kids ran off to play. That was the last time we did that. They did seem to enjoy doing caramel apples MUCH more when we tried that.

Nikki-ann said...

They look great! I kind of whish I'd gone out and got a pumpkin to carve. When I was a kid we'd carve a swede (or turnip) instead, but they're much harder to do.

Kelly said...

Love this! It's been years since I carved a pumpkin, so thanks for sharing yours. :)

Natasha Hill said...

These look great Tracy, I love pumpkin carving! - Tasha

Suko said...

Comedy and tragedy? LOVE these pumpkins!

Brian Joseph said...

Those are great ack-o'-lanterns.

Have a happy Halloween!

Shooting Stars Mag said...

I'm a day late...but Happy Halloween!! Those are awesome pumpkin carving skills. I haven't carved a pumpkin in yearsss. Maybe next year. It would be fun!

-Lauren

Gina R said...

Wow! Talk about carving skills! Is the first one a kitty? Reminds me of Felix. Happy Halloween!

Lily B said...

awesome, i did not do one this year, my husband did, but looks like you had fun!

Literary Feline said...

Those look great, Tracy! We didn't carve our pumpkins this year--we were feeling too lazy. We painted them instead.

So many books, so little time said...

Very impressed, have never managed to actually carve a pumpkin yet, but hopefully one day.

Lainy http://www.alwaysreading.net