Pumpkin Party Cooler
You don't need a fairy godmother to turn a pumpkin into an ice bucket.
Source: Martha Stewart Living, Volume 143 October 2005
Serrated knife or keyhole saw
Glass or plastic bowl
Choose a large, wide pumpkin. Cut off the top third with a serrated knife or keyhole saw and scrape out the pulp and seeds.
Line the gourd with a glass or plastic bowl to prevent it from becoming water-logged. If the pumpkin opening is a bit too small for the bowl, carefully shave the inside edge with a spoon. Finish by filling the bowl with ice and bottled drinks.
Fill the bowl with ice and bottled drinks.