Here's The Black Cat & Moon Pumpkin I Carved Tonight. No Pattern, freehand, and I can't draw so maybe next year I will use a pattern and have it look professional. I love those fake flashlight bulbs that you can sit in the bottom of your pumpkin, so there is no fire risk. I purchased a few of them last year, I think they were 2 for $5 at the Grocery Store.
Next is my dear son's pumpkin, he wanted it to have 5 eyes.
He's only 9, so I thought he did a nice job. We also used the Pumpkin Safety Knives which I love because kids can use them too and they are inexpensive too and usually come with a scoop.
Speaking of scooping ~ I made a really stupid purchase today. It was a Motorized battery run rotating thing for scooping out strings and seeds from your pumpkin. What was I thinking? I like the Tablespoon Idea much better, and it's easier too.
My dear daughter carved a 2 faced pumpkin~ So here's both faces.
The Part of The Country we live in does not allow us to bring in homemade goodies. So it's either Prepackaged or from the Bakery. So we got a little creative this year. I saw these done with different candies on a blog and thought, Perfect for a School Party. Just some Candy Corn Packages, Tissue Paper and Green Curling Ribbon. Quick ,Easy & Creative !
For Dinner Dessert Tonight I put a Little Twist on a recipe that I found , I think next time I do this I will use Butter Flavored Cooking Spray. Again Simple & Easy!
Cut Out Flour Tortillas (Like You Make Soft Tacos With) with Seasonal Cookie Cutters, Spray with Cooking Spray, Sprinkle Shape in Cinnamon & Sugar Mixture, Just Like You use for Toast and Bake in the oven for 9-10 minutes. If you don't celebrate Halloween or you don't want to make them right away, Autumn leaf cookie cutters or turkeys would be a lot of fun too.
Hope you are all having a wonderful weekend....