My Halloween Pumpkins Part III

If you’re sitting around this weekend, and you have, say, 5 or 6 hours to kill you have several options.

1. You could practice break dancing.

2. You could re-shingle a portion of your own roof, guided only by online articles and half a Bob Villa show you saw 9 years ago.

3. You could read the first page of Crime and Punishment.

or …

You could  carve these pumpkins.


I did these Laurel and Hardy inspired pumpkins in 2006.  Cause, ya know … all the kids love and recognize Laurel and Hardy.   I’m quite a dork.

Please ignore the bad, blurry pictures. I knew even less about taking pictures back in 2006 than I do now. Plus I didn’t know that one day I’d be posting my pumpkins on a blog. My blog. Hah! I have a blog.  Double dork. Anyhoooooo …

I’ll leave the choice up to you, but I can tell you right now, if I had 5 or 6 hours to kill, I’d be breaking out the cardboard and the boombox.

And we have a trifecta.

Don’t miss >Halloween Pumpkins part I
Halloween Pumpkins Part II

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  1. Janelle says:

    These are so COOL, I’ve decided to forego pumpkin carving (I am a two triangles, square nose and toothless grin sort of “carver”). Instead, I will bring up photos of your pumpkins on my Macbook and point the screen out my front window. Any kid who gives me grief about it gets a nasty old box of raisins in their treat bag.

  2. Natalie says:

    Blurry photos aside, those pumpkins are cool! Even if the kids these days don’t know who Laurel and Hardy are :P.

    PS, your photos have shown marked improvement!

  3. Robbin says:

    Do you EVEN know how talented you are???????? Seriously. If I can get the triangle eyes to be somewhat even and symmetrical I’m proud of myself! Amazing.

  4. maggie says:

    WoW!!! is all I can say. You ought to go on Canada has Talent. Seriously you are really good Karen.

  5. I showed my kids your pumpkins, and my son said “THOSE ARE AWESOME!” (he’s 11) and my daughter asked “WHAT are they?!” And I said “Laurel and Hardy” and she said “Who is she?” BAHAHAHA!

  6. Chris Graham says:

    Tomorrow is pumpkin carving day at my house. Giddy-up… I already know a ton of break dance moves, so pumpkins it is!

  7. gr8skott says:

    You. are. awesome. Thanks for inspiring me to Do more Stuff.

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