Alisa’s spooky pumpkin, cut in Aenigma Fonts’ 8-Bit Limit BRK
. I swear we aren’t working for Aenigma. Really.
Alisa using a wacky little pumpkin-cutting tool to punch the outline of the design into her pumpkin, so she can meticulously cut it out. Look at that determination! Look at that skill!
I had to modify the dingbat I used to design my pumpkin so it would work, well, on a pumpkin.
Rebecca contributed to our Halloween weekend by making some delicious pumpkin seeds. Hand picked.
I am really annoyed by the slip of the blade with the K. Dammit! I think they both turned out great, though it would seem to the trained eye, that we’d carved each other’s pumpkin. You doing a lacy patern, while I went for a pure type design. Does that make any sense?
Your children will be the greatest designers the world has ever known…but I still I won’t understand any of it.
Now I see the light, as it shines through those awesome pumpkins, and I CAN’T SEE ANYTHING ELSE
What, no Madonna pumpkin this year?
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