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I usually buy pumpkins that we can use year after year. Sometimes we end up with a fresh one too. Here is a selection from Michaels this year:
To carve the foam pumpkin it’s helpful to have a heated craft knife. It cuts it like a knife through butter:
First I cut the lid off:
For this pumpkin I decided to go with our house numbers since we don’t have an illuminated sign at night. I printed out some numbers onto regular paper (just using Powerpoint).
I used a ball point pen to trace them. A little bit of pressure leaves enough indentation to use as a guide:
Then using the heated craft knife I carved the numbers out:
Add a flameless candle and ready to go!
The great part is that I can re-use it year after year:
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Make sure to share your carved pumpkins with the hashtag #MPumpkins. Tag me too @lilblueboo so I can see what you made!