Thursday, September 17, 2009

Pumpkin Carve Part 2

Since so many people enjoyed my pumpkins yesterday, I thought I would share some more pictures from the Chadds Ford Great Pumpkin Carve. These are not my pumpkins and I'm sorry I don't know who carved them. If you happened to be the carver of one of

these pumpkins, let me know and I'll give you credit!






8 comments:

IndieCEO / GalleriaLinda said...

These AND your own carvings below are just unbelievable! Awesome!

Melissa said...

Wow, love these carvings!!! Your artwork is amazing as well, love your stuff!

Rue said...

Oh my - this must take forever - LOL! I'm such a lazy carver (or driller, as the case may be!)

I love how your artwork translates onto pumpkins! I love the haunted holstein! I collect cows, actually, so if you were to do a little cow artwork...and say...put it on Etsy...

Dawn said...

Really amazing... but yours blow them away!

be well...

Jupiter Greenmoone said...

Oh my gosh I love your blog! You are so crafty, it's awesome! Okay first thing, I simply adore the first pumpkin, Haunted Holstein. It is really incredible. Your pumpkin carving skills make me sad for my own measly ones haha :)

Your kitten, Pumpkin, absolutely freaking adorable! I'm glad you saved him from drowning in the fish bowl. Makes me want to get another kitty.

Lastly (sorry it's so long!) is that first pumpkin a Where the Wild Things are carving?

Judith said...

I'm just no good at carving pumpkins.. I feel so bad for them!!! I wind up keeping them whole, and loving them... sigh... I'm like that with christmas trees too... can't bring myself to have a live one...

Jennifer Rose said...

shame there isn't a way to stop them from rotting (is there?). they are all amazing

Lisa said...

The only one (in my humble opinion) that is even close to your carvings is the pumpkin tree. They are great but honestly, yours are fantastic!!