of 66/66

Extreme Pumpkins

  • View
    109

  • Download
    1

Embed Size (px)

Text of Extreme Pumpkins

E

x

tr

Thanks for buying these low-cost pumpkin patterns from ExtremePumpkins.com!

em

eP

u m

pk in s

.c

o m

Thanks! Thanks a bunch for buying a copy of my pumpkin patterns file. I know that you have a million ways to spend your Halloween dollar. I hope that you enjoy this compilation of pumpkin carving tips and patterns. I am very happy that you decided to buy it from ExtremePumpkins.com. Thanks again. Table of Contents:Tips and How-To Tools and Supplies you can use (from mild to wild) How to print and enlarge the patterns Tips for taping the pattern on the pumpkin Transfer the pumpkin pattern Improve the stencil with dry-erase markers Decapitating your pumpkin Gutting your pumpkin Carving your pumpkin Shaving the pumpkins skin Lighting your pumpkin Preserving your pumpkin Photography tips Pumpkin Patterns The Alien Squash The Bat Symbol Pumpkin Batman Pumpkin Bats Pumpkin Booger Eater Pumpkin Brain Damaged Pumpkin Carrie Pumpkin (from the movie Carrie) Black Cat Pumpkin Pattern The Cyclops Pumpkin Doll Eater Pumpkin The Drunk Pumpkin Electrocuted Pumpkin Pattern #1 Electrocuted Pumpkin Pattern #2 Foul Play Pumpkin An Entire Gallery Of Grimaces You Can Use In Your Own Designs Juvenile Delinquent Evil Grin Beat Up Crying Dead Goofy Grin Ground Demon Scared Stupid Surprised Harry Potter (I'm not so proud of this one) Head on Fire Jack Skellington Pumpkin Jason Pumpkin John McCain (good and evil versions) Mummy Pumpkin Barack Obama (good and evil versions) Puking Pumpkin Pattern Punk Punkin Radioactive Pumpkin Revolutionary Pumpkin Satan Pumpkin Skull Pumpkin (with spider) Skull Pumpkin Snot Shooter Spiderman Stoner Pumpkin Tiki Pumpkin 1 Tiki Pumpkin 2 Transformers - Autobots Transformers - Decepticons

E

x

tr

Thanks for buying these low-cost pumpkin patterns from ExtremePumpkins.com!

em

eP

u m

pk in s

.c

o m

Tools for Terror What Tools To Use

For Transferring Patterns: A Nail The best prison tattoo needles pattern transfer tools are a nail or thumbtack. Transferring your design to the flesh of your victims body pumpkin is easy and fast with a sharp object that you can control well. Dont forget some tape to hold the pattern in place while you transfer.

The Manual Option: Use one of those pumpkin carving tools you get at Walmart or a drywall saw from your local hardware store. For Kids: The pumpkin carving tool works best. Most are harmless to anything but pumpkins and watermelons. For Heavy Work: The Reciprocating Saw (Sawzall). If you were a mass-murderer pumpkin carver in a place like Samoa where the people pumpkins are larger, you might want to choose a reciprocating saw as your weapon of choice. Unlike jigsaws, which have short blades, reciprocating saws can often handle blades 10 or more inches long. A long blade can easily cut through the entire abdomen of a grown man take the stem-cap off the orneriest pumpkin. If you happen to kill a very large person buy a humungous pumpkins, a sawzall is the only tool to use to carve it. A sawzall will allow you to carve two Christmas hams from their thighs intricate designs on even the largest vegetable. By using a reciprocating saw you can save time too. It will only take you 5 to ten minutes to dismember an entire human body and put it in the dumpster behind the Olive Garden carve a huge pumpkin. Sawzalls kick butt. The Manual Option: Use a drywall saw from your local hardware store.

E

x

tr

Thanks for buying these low-cost pumpkin patterns from ExtremePumpkins.com!

em

eP

Jigsaws make nice smooth curves and quick cuts. You can start a jigsaw anywhere. Just plunge the blade into the flesh and pull the trigger. The blade goes in and out of the flesh so easily it is as if you were cutting a lump of jell-o. Even the smallest jigsaw has plenty of power to slice and dice. I do suggest getting the longest blade you can. It will make your work easier. It is amazing that more mass murderers pumpkin carvers dont use jig saws.

u m

My favorite Murder Weapon Pumpkin Slashing Tool: The Jigsaw. A regular kitchen knife is a piss-poor choice if you need to kill someone quickly carve a pumpkin. With a knife the stabbing process is slow and the holes that you create are so uninteresting. Beginners will only be able to make square or triangular holes. If you want your work to appear on the evening news you should try a jigsaw.

pk in s

Here is some advice on what tools to use when committing a gruesome murder carving pumpkins. Personally, I prefer tools that can cut through flesh and bone quickly so that I have time to dispose of the body make pumpkin carving quick and easy.

.c

o m

For Flaying: A Router. No one said you need a great vocabulary to be a dangerous psychopath pumpkin carver but lets review an important term. If you were a mass-murderer great pumpkin carver and your specialty was removing all of the skin from your victims body pumpkin you would be flaying it. That is your new word for today, to flay.

If you wanted to flay people pumpkins so that they produce a warm glow when you replace their guts with a light source, I suggest you use a router or a dremel tool. A router will let you adjust the depth of skin you remove. This creates a cool, creepy glow.

For Kids: Most kids will need help here. This involves sharp tools operating along a surface where they can easily pop loose. I suggest having an adult do this step. For Detail Work: A Boning or Filet Knife Lets face it, when you want to dig out an eyeball, you need something more delicate than a jigsaw. I mean, a jigsaw can cut out the eye socket, but when you have to remove the actual chunk of eyeball, sometimes it doesnt just pop out. That is when I grab a boning knife. It is long and thin enough to slide into any cut and pop out the chunks of flesh. A steak knife works well too, as does a pumpkin carving tool. For Goop Removal: A Big Spoon The human skull Pumpkins are full of goop. Removing that goop goes faster if you have a bigger spoon. I like one made of metal to scrape the brains guts from the inside of the skull pumpkin. I use the same size spoon that the lunch-lady in the high school cafeteria uses. If you dont have one of those, try an ice-cream scoop.

E

x

tr

Thanks for buying these low-cost pumpkin patterns from ExtremePumpkins.com!

em

eP

u m

The Manual Option: Use a razor blade, a paring knife or a wood chisel (a square groove design works great). There is also a hand tool called the pumpkin surface carver, but I have never seen one in a store.

pk in s

.c

For Kids: Most kids will need help with the stem end of the pumpkin, as this area is tough and thick.

o m

How To Print Your pump kin Pattern

If your pumpkin is the correct size for the pattern that you have printed, you can skip to the next chapter, otherwise lets calculate the size that you would like the pattern to be. Youll need a ruler, your pattern and your pumpkin.

Enlarging or Reducing The Size of Your Pumpkin Pattern: I promise there wont be too much math, but if you want your pattern to be just the right size, youll do a little bit and then take a trip to the copy center. First, measure the height of the portion of your pumpkin that you think the face should be on. This should be shorter than the height of the actual pumpkin. Write the number here:

E

x

Pumpkin Height: _____________________ Now, measure the height of the patterns face that you printed out: ________________ Take the pumpkin height and divide it by the patterns height. This is the ratio _______________

tr

Thanks for buying these low-cost pumpkin patterns from ExtremePumpkins.com!

em

eP

u m

pk in s

The document you are reading is a .pdf. It should open up for you in the Adobe Acrobat Reader (or your web browser). Use the file menu to print whatever page contains the pattern you wish to print. Print it out on your printer.

.c

o m

Go to the copy center and put your 8 by 11 inch pattern in the copier, tell the copier that you want 11 by 17 inch output and to enlarge the pattern by the percent above.

An example: I have a big pumpkin, it is almost 20 inches tall. Although the pumpkin is 20 inches tall, the area where a face would go is only about 16 inches. That is my first number: 16 inches.

I want to put batmans face on it. First, I print the batman pattern. It prints out 9 inches tall. That is my second number: 9 inches. My ratio is 16 divided by 9 or 16/9 which is 1.78.

Got it? Great! I was hoping that wasnt too hard.

E

x

tr

Thanks for buying these low-cost pumpkin patterns from ExtremePumpkins.com!

em

eP

u m

I multiply this by 100 to get 178%. I go the copy center with my printout and enlarge it to 178% of the original size. I print the copy on 11 by 17 inch paper and 20 cents later I have the perfect size pattern. I go home happy and confident that this pumpkin is going to be awesome!

pk in s

.c

Multiply this number by 100. This will be the percent you will need to enlarge or reduce your pumpkin pattern. _______________%

o m

Many tutorials over-simplify this step. The truth is that your pumpkin pattern will be flat and your pumpkin wont be. This can be frustrating. I wont try to mislead you; there will be some fudging of your final design. It wont be perfect. Here are a few tips to help the process go as smoothly as possible. Steps: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

E

x

tr

Thanks for buying these low-cost pumpkin patterns from ExtremePumpkins.com!

em

eP

Admit that this isnt going to work perfectly. It is only a pumpkin after all Align the pattern where you think it should go. Tape the top center of the pattern to the pumpkin. Allow the pattern to drape naturally downward. Tape the bottom center of the pattern to the pumpkin. Do not try to tape the sides of the pattern, nor the corners; just be sure that the top and bottom centers are securely taped in place. 7. Transfer the pattern starting along the centerline of the pattern. Transfer everything along the center before working your way outward. 8. Transfer the pattern by poking through the lines of the pattern with a sharp object like a nail or a thumbtack. 9. Poke every quarter inch along the outlines of the pattern. If the pattern is tricky in some areas, poke more often. If it is simple, poke less. Keep poking until you have done all of the lines of the pattern. 10. You will finish the corners last. 11. Before removing your entire pattern, remove just the tape at the bottom and lift the pattern upward. This is a good time to check your work. If you missed anything, you can work on it while you still have the pattern handy to compare.

u m

pk in s

.c

How To Tape The Pattern To Your Pumpkin and Tranfer The Design

o m

E

x

tr

Thanks for buying these low-cost pumpkin patterns from ExtremePumpkins.com!

em

eP

u m

pk in s

.c

o m

Since your pumpkin pattern will now be a series of dots that you must connect, I think you should first connect them with a dry erase marker. That way, if you mess up, you can just wipe off the marker.

Try to color in your pattern by connecting the dots. This will usually require two colors of dry erase markers. When you are done, it should be obvious where you need to cut-away the pumpkin and where you need to shave the pumpkin skin. It is all easy-breezy from here.

E

x

tr

Thanks for buying these low-cost pumpkin patterns from ExtremePumpkins.com!

em

eP

u m

pk in s

For years I have used dry-erase markers while pumpkin carving. Dry-erase markers are sometimes called white-board markers. They can make dark lines on the surface of a pumpkin, but they can also be wiped away very easily. They allow you a fair bit of trial and error when working with pumpkins.

.c

Improve Your Transfer - Use Dry-Erase Markers

o m

Here are some of my most often-used techniques. No matter what type of design you ultimately use, you will benefit from reading this section. Decapitating The Pumpkin

E

x

Pumpkin carving is much easier when all of the fibrous membranes and seeds are removed from the center. To access this goop and remove it, you will need a hole in the pumpkin. Whether you remove the top of the pumpkin or the bottom of the pumpkin is up to you, but when you take a big plug out of your gourd, I suggest you do as follows: 1. Using a sawzall with a long blade (the flesh of the pumpkin is at its thickest here) pierce the flesh at the top of the pumpkin. If you dont have a sawzall, use a

tr

Thanks for buying these low-cost pumpkin patterns from ExtremePumpkins.com!

em

eP

u m

pk in s

.c

Guttin g, C arvi ng , an d Skinnin g Te chni ques :

o m

Gutting The Pumpkin

E

x

Removing the guts from the pumpkin can be done quickly if you have the right tools. I use either a long, steel handled spoon or an ice cream scoop. Both of these tools have a metal edge that can slice through the pumpkin flesh and goop. 1. Scrape the entire insides of the pumpkin. 2. Next, remove all of the goop. I do this by turning over the pumpkin and banging it against a hard surface. 3. (optional) Separate the pumpkin seeds. Place them on a baking sheet, salt them liberally and then bake them for 15-20 minutes. Delicious.

tr

Thanks for buying these low-cost pumpkin patterns from ExtremePumpkins.com!

em

eP

u m

pk in s

drywall saw. If you dont have a drywall saw, consider buying one or use a large knife with a thin blade and try not to cut yourself. 2. Carefully cut a circle around the stem of the pumpkin. 3. Try to swing the handle of the sawzall in a larger arc than the blade. This should carve out a plug that is in the shape of a cone. This makes it easier to remove. 4. Pull out the plug that you have just cut.

.c

o m

Carving Tool Tips Jigsaw: I like to plunge the blade while the saw is still off. I make sure the pumpkin is securely held in its position. Then I hold the jigsaw with two hands. The pumpkin flesh cuts so easily that it is easy to overshoot your marks. Using two hands helps steady the saw. If you dont have a jigsaw, use a pumpkin carving tool from one of those kits. It will work just as well; it just takes much longer.

Sawzall: The sawzall is useful when the pumpkin flesh is too thick for the jigsaw. Be careful though, they dont make turns very well. If you dont have a Sawzall, use a drywall saw.

E

x

Dremel Tool: For detail carving and other fine work I have been known to use a dremel tool, but it takes some getting used-to. If you do want to use a rotary tool, dry to use a bit that is designed for carving soft wood and then turn the speed up to its highest setting. If you dont have a dremel, try a chisel or make do with a knife and lots of patience.

tr

Router: Because a router spins, it tends to dance around a little bit as you carve. Using two hands helps and going slow works too. I usually start with the router depth set at 3/8 inch and make adjustments from there. Wear safety glasses because the goop really goes flying. If you dont have a router, try a dremel.

Thanks for buying these low-cost pumpkin patterns from ExtremePumpkins.com!

em

eP

u m

pk in s

.c

o m

E

x

tr

Thanks for buying these low-cost pumpkin patterns from ExtremePumpkins.com!

em

A boning or filet knife: One of these two is handy to keep around in case two of your cuts dont meet exactly. You can use a long, thin knife to correct minor errors and to pull out chunks of flesh that seem stuck in place.

eP

u m

pk in s

.c

o m

That about sums it up. If you can abide by step #1 you should do OK.

E

x

tr

Thanks for buying these low-cost pumpkin patterns from ExtremePumpkins.com!

em

eP

u m

1. Dont be stupid. 2. Dont light anything on fire if you have any residue on your person or clothes. 3. The part of the saw that moves, dont touch it if the saw is plugged in. 4. The part of the saw that moves, dont touch it if the saw is moving. 5. Dont put a pumpkin on your lap to carve it. 6. Burning stuff should be done outside. 7. If you have something heavy to lift, trick your friends into doing it. 8. Sharp things can poke and cut you. So watch out. 9. If blood starts coming out of you, you should probably do something about it. 10. A garden hose wont put out a kerosene fire. You need a fire extinguisher for that.

pk in s

Taking my advice on safety is like taking Charlie Browns advice on self-confidence, but here it goes. Here are ten safety rules that if followed, should allow you to carve pumpkins using power tools without losing a limb.

.c

Safety Advice

o m

PyroTechniques

When my kids are older perhaps I will start a group called the Fire Scouts. We wont do any community service, we wont learn skills, we will just have a fire every once in a while. Maybe we will learn to whittle so that we can make really intricate marshmallow toasting sticks. But maybe we will just have a fire. A few years back, I tried to come up with impressive ways to blend fire and pumpkin carving. I was simply not content to light my pumpkin with a candle or flashlight. I wanted flames. Giant flames. Here is what I like to use.

Visible for Miles: If you want people to be able to see your pumpkin a mile up the road, here is my tip. Use a road flare. They are awesome. Road flares have a great, red glow and a cool sulfur smell that I really like. They are ultra-bright, so you see the glow through all of the flesh of the pumpkin.

E

x

You can buy road flares at an automotive store or hardware store. They arent free, but for 15 minutes you will be a rock star. Another note of caution: You dont want to hold onto a road flare for very long, so before you strike it up, cut a hole in the back of the pumpkin to stick it into.

tr

Thanks for buying these low-cost pumpkin patterns from ExtremePumpkins.com!

em

Creepy Glow: If I make a nuclear waste pumpkin, I like it to have a strange green glow. For this, I cut open a bunch of glow sticks. Snap the glow sticks so that they start glowing and then use a pair of super-duty scissors or garden sheers to open the glow sticks. Most glow sticks are non-toxic, which is probably a good idea. I have a feeling you wont win any court cases if you hurt yourself after willingly opening the glow stick with a pair of scissors.

eP

Less Smokey Flames: For a little less smoke, you can use charcoal lighter fluid. Soaking a roll of toilet paper works, but so does filling the pumpkin with crinkled up newspaper and lighting that. The newspaper wont burn as long, but it does fill the entire pumpkin with flame. Filling the pumpkin with flames makes for a great photo.

u m

For The Best Flames (along with dark, stinky smoke): Here is something I learned in the Boy Scouts. A toilet paper roll soaked in Kerosene will create flames three feet high. The flames will last for 45 minutes or so. Kerosene is available at almost every hardware store in the country, so go get some. Be careful where you light that thing. Indoors is definitely a no-go and on the porch could result in some real trouble.

pk in s

I was in the Boy Scouts for years. The Boy Scouts was a tough place. The older kids would always make you do their chores, the scoutmaster always wanted you to be neat and orderly, and nature was a pain in the ass. It seems like it rained during every camping trip. I stuck with it though. I was just there to start a fire.

.c

o m

I have also been told that a solution of 1 part bleach and 50 parts water works well to keep mold away, but it doesnt seem to stop the critters, so I suggest using WD-40 to preserve your work.

Note: I plan to test some methods of pumpkin preservation this year (2008) on ExtremePumpkins.com, so check the website for the latest updates on what works and what doesnt.

E

x

tr

Thanks for buying these low-cost pumpkin patterns from ExtremePumpkins.com!

em

eP

u m

pk in s

I have seen a number of tips on preserving a pumpkin. I spray any cut surface with WD40. Once the WD-40 is on the flesh, it spreads to a thin layer that is very difficult to light on fire. It seems to triple the life of your pumpkin by keeping bugs, birds and squirrels away.

.c

Preserving Your Creations

o m

Digital Photography Tips

E

x

tr

Thanks for buying these low-cost pumpkin patterns from ExtremePumpkins.com!

em

eP

1. Shoot from below. Pumpkin seen from below look tall, mean, and imposing. 2. Be careful of what is in the background. I prefer to shoot lit pumpkins against a totally dark background. Try not to include a TV screen in the background, especially if has Golden Girls re-runs on it. That isnt scary. 3. You dont need to fill the shot with your pumpkins face. I prefer to crop the photo later, so I shoot a wider view than you might imagine. 4. Make sure the focus is good. Items that are lit from within or are on fire can mess up your cameras auto-focus. Check the focus by using the review feature and zooming in on the cameras screen. Dont put your camera away until you are sure you have a good shot. 5. Many cameras will take a great fire shot, but it may take a few tries. Be prepared to snap a few shots. Using the auto mode usually works. 6. If your pumpkin is lit dimly (such as a pumpkin lit using glow-sticks), rest your camera on a solid surface or use a tripod so a long-exposure time doesnt make for a blurry picture. 7. Take photos with and without the proud pumpkin carver present. Whoever carved the pumpkin will be proud of it for years to come. 8. Check the ExtremePumpkins.com website for our pumpkin carving contest. I take submissions all year long and announce the winners in early October of every year. You should enter!

u m

pk in s

As of this writing I have probably carved over 400 pumpkins. From that 400, I have managed to get around 60 good photographs. At first, the photos were never good. Lately, I have learned a few tricks. I will share them with you so that you can create a great memory of your pumpkin.

.c

o m

E

The Alien Squash This type of squash is called a green-stripey. I looked it up. I doubt anyone would know that name, just look for a green squash.

x

tr

em

eP

u m

pk in s

.c

o

E

The Bat Symbol There is no guarantee that putting this pumpkin on your porch will summon Batman, but it might summon a 6 year old dressed as the dark knight.

x

tr

em

eP

u m

pk in s

.c

o m

E

x

tr

Thanks for buying these low-cost pumpkin patterns from ExtremePumpkins.com!

em

eP

u m

pk in s

.c

o m

E

x

tr

Thanks for buying these low-cost pumpkin patterns from ExtremePumpkins.com!

em

eP

u m

pk in s

.c

o m

E

x

tr

Thanks for buying these low-cost pumpkin patterns from ExtremePumpkins.com!

em

eP

u m

pk in s

.c

o m

E

x

tr

Thanks for buying these low-cost pumpkin patterns from ExtremePumpkins.com!

em

eP

u m

pk in s

.c

o m

E

x

tr

Thanks for buying these low-cost pumpkin patterns from ExtremePumpkins.com!

em

eP

u m

pk in s

.c

o m

E

The Cat Pumpkin This one is for your friend who doesnt like offensive pumpkins.

x

tr

em

eP

u m

pk in s

.c

o m

E

x

tr

Thanks for buying these low-cost pumpkin patterns from ExtremePumpkins.com!

em

eP

u m

pk in s

.c

o m

E

x

tr

Thanks for buying these low-cost pumpkin patterns from ExtremePumpkins.com!

em

eP

u m

pk in s

.c

o m

E

x

tr

Thanks for buying these low-cost pumpkin patterns from ExtremePumpkins.com!

em

eP

u m

pk in s

.c

o m

E

x

tr

Thanks for buying these low-cost pumpkin patterns from ExtremePumpkins.com!

em

eP

u m

pk in s

.c

o m

E

x

tr

Thanks for buying these low-cost pumpkin patterns from ExtremePumpkins.com!

em

eP

u m

pk in s

.c

o m

E

x

tr

Thanks for buying these low-cost pumpkin patterns from ExtremePumpkins.com!

em

eP

u m

pk in s

.c

o m

E

x

tr

Thanks for buying these low-cost pumpkin patterns from ExtremePumpkins.com!

em

eP

u m

pk in s

.c

o m

E

x

tr

Thanks for buying these low-cost pumpkin patterns from ExtremePumpkins.com!

em

eP

u m

pk in s

.c

o m

E

x

tr

Thanks for buying these low-cost pumpkin patterns from ExtremePumpkins.com!

em

eP

u m

pk in s

.c

o m

E

x

tr

Thanks for buying these low-cost pumpkin patterns from ExtremePumpkins.com!

em

eP

u m

pk in s

.c

o m

E

x

tr

Thanks for buying these low-cost pumpkin patterns from ExtremePumpkins.com!

em

eP

u m

pk in s

.c

o m

E

Grimmace #6 Goofy Grin This goofy grin is great for a pumpkin that is getting away with doing something it shouldnt be doing.

x

tr

em

eP

u m

pk in s

.c

o m

E

x

tr

Thanks for buying these low-cost pumpkin patterns from ExtremePumpkins.com!

em

eP

u m

pk in s

.c

o m

E

x

tr

Thanks for buying these low-cost pumpkin patterns from ExtremePumpkins.com!

em

eP

u m

pk in s

.c

o m

E

x

tr

Thanks for buying these low-cost pumpkin patterns from ExtremePumpkins.com!

em

eP

u m

pk in s

.c

o m

E

x

tr

Thanks for buying these low-cost pumpkin patterns from ExtremePumpkins.com!

em

eP

u m

pk in s

.c

o m

E

x

tr

Thanks for buying these low-cost pumpkin patterns from ExtremePumpkins.com!

em

eP

u m

pk in s

.c

o m

E

x

tr

Thanks for buying these low-cost pumpkin patterns from ExtremePumpkins.com!

em

eP

u m

pk in s

.c

o m

E

x

tr

Thanks for buying these low-cost pumpkin patterns from ExtremePumpkins.com!

em

eP

u m

pk in s

.c

o m

E

x

tr

Thanks for buying these low-cost pumpkin patterns from ExtremePumpkins.com!

em

eP

u m

pk in s

.c

o m

E

x

tr

Thanks for buying these low-cost pumpkin patterns from ExtremePumpkins.com!

em

eP

u m

pk in s

.c

o m

E

x

tr

Thanks for buying these low-cost pumpkin patterns from ExtremePumpkins.com!

em

eP

u m

pk in s

.c

o m

E

x

tr

Thanks for buying these low-cost pumpkin patterns from ExtremePumpkins.com!

em

eP

u m

pk in s

.c

o m

E

x

tr

Thanks for buying these low-cost pumpkin patterns from ExtremePumpkins.com!

em

eP

u m

pk in s

.c

o m

E

x

tr

Thanks for buying these low-cost pumpkin patterns from ExtremePumpkins.com!

em

eP

u m

pk in s

.c

o m

E

x

tr

Thanks for buying these low-cost pumpkin patterns from ExtremePumpkins.com!

em

eP

u m

pk in s

.c

o m

E

x

tr

Thanks for buying these low-cost pumpkin patterns from ExtremePumpkins.com!

em

eP

u m

pk in s

.c

o m

E

x

tr

Thanks for buying these low-cost pumpkin patterns from ExtremePumpkins.com!

em

eP

u m

pk in s

.c

o m

E

x

tr

Thanks for buying these low-cost pumpkin patterns from ExtremePumpkins.com!

em

eP

u m

pk in s

.c

o m

E

x

tr

Thanks for buying these low-cost pumpkin patterns from ExtremePumpkins.com!

em

eP

u m

pk in s

.c

o m

E

x

tr

Thanks for buying these low-cost pumpkin patterns from ExtremePumpkins.com!

em

eP

u m

pk in s

.c

o m

E

x

tr

Thanks for buying these low-cost pumpkin patterns from ExtremePumpkins.com!

em

eP

u m

pk in s

.c

o m

E

x

tr

Thanks for buying these low-cost pumpkin patterns from ExtremePumpkins.com!

em

eP

u m

pk in s

.c

o m

E

x

tr

Thanks for buying these low-cost pumpkin patterns from ExtremePumpkins.com!

em

eP

u m

pk in s

.c

o m

E

x

tr

Thanks for buying these low-cost pumpkin patterns from ExtremePumpkins.com!

em

eP

u m

pk in s

.c

o m

E

x

tr

Thanks for buying these low-cost pumpkin patterns from ExtremePumpkins.com!

em

eP

u m

pk in s

.c

o m

E

x

tr

Thanks for buying these low-cost pumpkin patterns from ExtremePumpkins.com!

em

eP

u m

pk in s

.c

o m

E

x

tr

Thanks for buying these low-cost pumpkin patterns from ExtremePumpkins.com!

em

eP

u m

pk in s

.c

o m

E

x

tr

Thanks for buying these low-cost pumpkin patterns from ExtremePumpkins.com!

em

eP

u m

pk in s

.c

o m

E

x

tr

Thanks for buying these low-cost pumpkin patterns from ExtremePumpkins.com!

em

eP

u m

pk in s

.c

o m

E

x

tr

Thanks for buying these low-cost pumpkin patterns from ExtremePumpkins.com!

em

eP

u m

pk in s

.c

o m