Wednesday, 28 October 2015

Getting ready for Halloween!

Blog post by Abigail and Eleanor.

Today we had a day of resting after the long day yesterday at Russel's International Circus. We went into Grandma's Happy room to carve pumpkins ready for Halloween on Saturday. We put a tablecloth on one of the tables and started by drawing faces and cutting the top of the pumpkin off (Granddad did the cutting of the tops). When that was completed, we scooped out all the insides and put them into a washing up bowl. After that, we started carving the faces on the pumpkins- mine (Abigail's) had a diamond shaped nose and two teeth for the mouth whilst Eleanor's had a triangular nose and a spiky mouth.
Starting to remove the seeds and insides.

Five Halloween faces all ready for Saturday night!


Judypam said...

Looks like fun - well done!

Christa said...

What a good job, girls. Even so I live in USA I am not good at carving pumpkins (because I am from Germany and we didn't do that when I was a child). Thanks for the blog!


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