Tuesday, 2 November 2010

One Last Jack-o-Lantern


Well, that's it for another Halloween/Samhain season, folks! Let the countdown begin for next year! Nom nom nom.

20 comments:

jadedj said...

Squirrels ate our pumpkins. We look at it as recycled Halloween.

faerwillow said...

~fare thee well sweet october days...welcome november and all that will come to be!! i am always amazed at what people can create from a pumpkin...almost bringing them to life...l♥ve the little one in the mouth! much l♥ve and light upon you and yours~

Judy said...

People's creativity in carving pumpkins amazes me...Hope your Samhain was great...

Suzie Ridler said...

Astounding! I love it! I hope you had a fantastic Halloween and Samhain my friend.

mxtodis123 said...

Hard to believe October has come and gone. Seems like yesterday we were complaining of the heat.
Mary

Jeanne said...

Is that not the cutest face? :0)

Mother's Moon's Message said...

October seemed to fly by... love the pumpkin by the way....

Wendy said...

What a hilarious pumpkin. Thanks for all the fun Samhain posts, Debra :)

jaz@octoberfarm said...

that is the best JOL! i am in an after halloween funk!

YELLOWDOG GRANNY said...

ohh, that's so cool.

knitwit said...

I can't believe how quickly November came. It reminds me I need to stop and enjoy the seasons!
I love that pumpkin. I wish I was this talented!

clairedulalune said...

Hello there Debra! i love this pumpkin! Mine was terrible, I had nothing to show for it expect a busted pile of pumpkin and seeds that remain still stuck to the ceiling! Oh the joys! Until next year, I had a blast!

Sonia at The Third Street Studio said...

Fantastic Carving!! I love the carving on the little guy especially.

K(Banterings of a Basketcase) said...

I boiled and ate mine instead of carving them- pumpkin pie cake from October farm sounded better than a jack-o-lantern.
The little pumpkin remings me of Wallace from Wallace and Gromit. It's the teeth

laughingwolf said...

blessed be, deb :)

Cameron said...

LOVE the pumpkins - all of them. You need to sneak over to my blog, I did a Green Man pumpkin that I carved 3D, which I have never done before - had some success at it, but need practice. The watermelons will not be safe this summer! Posted pictures of said pumpkin.
Your moon and cauldron pumpkins remind me of wood cut illustrations! Love them!

Lisa said...

Its a very bi-polar type of sabbat down here- I am celebrating Beltaine and yet have little Halloween-ers knocking at the door.
I have only once gone all out with the pumpkin carving, and that is at Samhain which is March out here........blessed whatever Debra !!! lol

Lyn said...

We didn't have a pumpkin this year - next year I want this one!!

Blueberry said...

That's incredibly cute (and creative)!

SUZY8-TRACK said...

I love that! So cute!