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Pumpkins

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Jack-o'-Clock

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Cinderella pumpkins are bright orange and somewhat squat. Choose one with a clean, flat base, which will serve as the clock's face. The design is carved with a linoleum cutter, which removes only the outer flesh.
Materials
  • Squat pumpkin
  • Clock-Face and Clock-Hands template
  • Scissors
  • Keyhole saw
  • Fleshing tool
  • Masking tape
  • Awl
  • Linoleum cutter set
  • Strand of 25 miniature outdoor lights
  • Glass jar
  • Black card stock
  • Black-headed sewing pin
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Celestial Pumpkins

Steps:3
Add twinkle to your fall nights with these magical pumpkin lanterns. Instead of carving traditional faces, drill tiny holes into each pumpkin. Use strings of tiny white lights to illuminate the pumpkins, creating star-studded globes sure to delight any ghost or goblin.
Materials
  • Pumpkins of varying sizes
  • Tiny white string lights
  • Drill with 1/4-inch bit 
  • Knife 
  • Fleshing tool (No. FT453), from Ceramic Supply Inc.
  • Black tape
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Pumpkin Sconces

Steps:4
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