How good are you at carving pumpkins?
Does the finished product ever really look like what you anticipated?
The struggle is real, right?
Not all of us are blessed with the talents of those who carve those awesome pumpkins that we see on Pinterest
. But, that's okay! There is no need to feel discouraged any longer because Pumpkin Teeth
are the answer to this grueling problem!
Making the steps of carving pumpkins easier than ever!
First, I like to choose a pumpkin that's on the smaller side of the scale, and with scars and blemishes. Giving the pumpkin natural character and that much more life to your carving. I see it as less work for me that way!
Now, this is my least favorite part of the whole process, gutting the pumpkin is gross! Hence, favoring the smaller pumpkins, scooping out the inside is generally less messy.
Having a template or a picture to go off of is generally a good idea before you make the first cut. I've been guilty of making that hasty first slice and regretting it every time I walk past the jack-o-lantern. So, opt for a basic face carving, one with a large opening for the mouth, so the Pumpkin Teeth will fit nicely. Instead of searching the internet long enough to find a pumpkin carving temple that looks simple to recreate but, actually is not at all!
Finally, after you have the face carved to your satisfaction, and we'll leave that call up to you, no judgment here. It's time for the fun part, placing the Pumpkin Teeth and watching your carved pumpkin face
come to life.
Well, that seems simple enough, right? Go ahead try them out for yourself, you'll fall in love.
Aren't these easy and cute pumpkin carvings AWESOME?
Choose one or both of the two different styles, fangs or buck teeth, these great accessories are available in small, medium, or larger with an option of glow in the dark.
Leaving you with no excuses for those ordinarily carved pumpkins you have sitting on your front porch.
Original Post 10/11/2016