You want to make sure it will be the appropriate size for your bowl to fit within
Be sure to slice the whole way through
Set some newspaper down for a nice and easy clean up
Draw some fun triangular angles to the top rim of your pumpkin as a guide
Cut all of your triangular shapes away from the top of the pumpkin rim leaving a fun jagged edge
Spread glue with a paint brush along the top edge keeping with the angles of the triangular cuts
Make sure you didn't leave an empty gluey spot
Place your bowl down in the opening of the pumpkin. If it doesn't fit, just scoop away some more
Put some snacks inside like some popcorn or chips if you want!
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The mix was approximately 2 parts concrete to 1 part each of the peat moss & perlite
Add enough water to make a thick cottage cheese type texture
Make sure that it's filled all the way to the top
Use a utility knife to slice down the sides and peal it right off
Turned around they work right through Thanksgiving!
You may lay a big piece of parchment paper on your work surface to keep it clean
Make sure the hole is clean and smooth
Connect two parts of the shank (the outside and the inside) by twisting
Ensure that the rubber seal was inserted in to the back of the faucet
Make sure your faucet is in the "off" position--sitting straight up--or you'll have a mess on your hands!