He's perfect!! He's not too scary and yet these some spookiness to him. Love how you use one the warts for a nose . Great!www.thequietone.net
Dear Cathy,LOL!!! I am so pleased you noticed how his nose came out. I am in love with him. I fall in love every year with our JAck-o-lantern! Yep, just enough spoke to keep the goblins away!Happy happy Holloween!Sherry
Sherry.....the children would love him.....how wonderful.......I am hooked on Halloween....tku for sharing with me............
Boo back atcha. It looks like you have been having too much fun. Happy Halloween to you.
Who wouldn't love a guy that glowed in the dark and smelled like pie;) Happy Halloween.Marnie
(((((BOO)))))) to you too! Great carved pumpkin!I post in my previous post painted pumkins..you must take a peek!Love the glow that this post gives!
Sherry-that pumpkin is funny AND scary. Love it. :-)
Dear Cheryl,I adore Halloween. I like the olde way of celebrating with Jack-o-lanterns and soul cakes. Hope you and the grandchildren have fun on Guy Fawkes Day.~BOO!~Sherry
Dear Lisa,Always fun to carve the Jack-o-lantern.I will light him as long as possible too. They seldom last more than a few days. It is always a sad day when the Jack-o-lantern goes to the composit.I really like the way this Jack-o-lantern came out. I will enjoy the photographs when the snows pile deep.Sherry
Dear Marnie,LOL! I agree. Head over heels with this one.~BOO!~Sherry
Dear Anna,~BOO!~I will pop over and see your scary Jack-o-lantern. I have never painted one. I bet it is fun to do.Happy Halloween,Sherry
Dear Maria,I think he is extra good!I am really into dots lately...My traditional JAck-o-lantern has triangle eyes and nose...this year I am stepping out!Scary stuff.~BOO!~Sherry
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