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Want to level up on your pumpkin decor this year? This is a good beginner project for trying your hand at pumpkin carving!
It’s pumpkin season again and soon we’ll be seeing lots of different pumpkin decors around the neighbourhood. But of all the decor ideas, pumpkin carvings are always the most impressive.
If you’ve ever tried to carve pumpkins you know how difficult and messy it can get. Good thing there are artificial pumpkins, just like the one used in this DIY project! Artificial pumpkins are easier to carve and definitely less messy. And unlike real pumpkins, they last forever so you can use your decor for many more years after. We also love that you can always glue pieces back together in case you drop and break your artificial pumpkin. :)
Now you can finally make your very own successful pumpkin carving!
- Artificial Pumpkin
- Printout of Tinker Bell silhouette
- Small Light Bulb
- Small Knife
- Cordless Drill with 1/16 and 1/8 bits
- Artificial Carving Saw (like this)
The Tinker Bell silhouette is from Google image. Print it out and tape it to your pumpkin.
Start with an artificial Pumpkin (any size will do).
Use a pushpin and follow the outer image and pock pock and pock all around.
Tools for carving are hot knife…
cordless drill 1/16 and 1/8 bits…
and artificial carving saw.
Use a small light bulb to give it the most magical fairy light up.
And this is what your pumpkin carving will look like when done!
All you need is to be very careful, especially with the finer details. Be patient! With an artificial pumpkin it’s not that difficult to make this project a success! :)