White Pumpkin Project #2

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This was my first time ever carving a white pumpkin. I expected it to have an orange filling (like I had been told it would), but it actually had a yellowish center. And, oddly enough, it smelled like cucumbers. Very interesting. I gutted the pumpkin out and then turned the project over to my husband. I am not good with power tools and I had heard that it drilling holes in pumpkins wasn’t the easiest thing to do. My husband did a great job and just drilled a bunch of holes free hand. I probably would have tried to make sure they were equal distance apart and measured everything, which would have taken hours. The pumpkin turned out very cool, although, I did a horrible job of capturing it with my camera. But trust me, it looked way cool. I will for sure be doing this again next year!

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  1. Amber

    COOL! I did a similar one like that a few years ago but my holes were bigger. Looks great!

  2. *~Dani~*

    Love the drilled pumpkin. I think B is going to do that to one of ours (even though it is not white). How cool to see the orange/yellow shining through.

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