The last of my Painted Pumpkins

Not as messy as carving but a lot more fun

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  • Melody Drinkwater Wagner Melody Drinkwater Wagner on Jul 30, 2013
    WOW! <3 it!
  • Tracy Murphy Tracy Murphy on Jun 16, 2016
    These are absolutely beautiful. You can dry and cure pumpkins so they don't rot if you have a couple of weeks and some patience. That way you can save them or sell them. It's not a complicated thing to dry them and doesn't really involve more work than wipe them down and set them on newspaper in a steady 70 farenheit place they cure and then you can keep them.