30 October 2010

. . . hole~y pumpkins, batman! . . .

. . . far from scary . . .
. . . no . . .
. . . these beautifully-carved gourds
are purely decorative . . .
. . . how to get those
perfectly circular {well} circles? . . .

. . . a pumpkin carving kit? . . .
. . . that's so walmart . . .

. . . an apple corer perhaps? . . .
. . . that's so martha . . .

. . . we're talking power tools . . .
. . . that's soooooo home depot . . .
. . . yep . . .
. . . hole saws . . .
. . . and drill bits . . .
. . . pumpkin guts flying everywhere . . .
. . . and one happy son-in-law . . .
. . . no need for menacing eyes . . .
. . . toothless grins . . .
. . . or spooky messages . . .
. . . nope! ~ you can never go wrong
with polka dots . . .
{although i'd like them lots better if they were on white pumpkins}


4 comments:

Em said...

Such a cute idea... next year just spray paint white before or even after cutting the holes :)

granny said...

Love the polka dots!

angieinpink said...

sososo cute.

west coast girl said...

haha- that tyler looks incredibly happy to have that job. i can see chris offering to do "cute" pumpkins next time, just to whip out the tools. fanfreakintastic.