I'm all fired up for Halloween (or Hallowe'en, if I'm really picky). However you spell it, it's a great time of year. I wish it was the big time horror fest that it is now when I was a kid. We never had pumpkins to carve; we used turnips, or suedes, if you're southern - we called them snadgies. They were cheap, but they were incredibly hard to carve. Pumplins are a doddle.
I'm busy playing with ideas for what to carve this year. This is last year's effort:
as modelled by Cameron. There were so many teeth, it was almost cut in two and started to sag after a few hours.
This year I fancy taking it to the next level. I had a practice this afternoon carving a photographic image of Matthew into a pumpkin.
The result is okay, considering it was rushed, but it's not as much fun as a scary face. So I think I'll keep to tradition and do a proper scary pumpkin, but I might go for 3D teeth or something.
Whatever I come up with, I'll post a pic. So come back soon.