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Sun, 03 Oct 2010
Halloween is round the corner, time to play at trick or treat, but remember to be careful that pumpkin head goes home to eat.

Thankyou to Family Fun once more, what would we do without you:)

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The "Oh, No!" Pumpkin Carving Pattern

  This spooked squash is a design kids can make--literally--with their own two hands. First, draw the pattern: have your child hold the pumpkin in front of him and trace his hands with a washable marker. Cut out the lid along the pointed edge of the eyebrow, then sculpt the lower curve to the rounded shape shown. Next, carve the nose, eyes, mouth and hands.

Click here to download a printable version of the "Oh, No!" Pumpkin template.

It will be saved to your hard drive as "onpumpkin.pdf". Your browser needs to be running the Adobe Acrobat Reader Plug-in to view and print this file.

Click here to download and install the free Plug-in.

Find more tips and pumpkin carving patterns for Halloween in our Family Fun.go.com/  Pumpkin Carving Primer.


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