A Dragon Pumpkin

October 29, 2012

It is Halloween on Wednesday, and for Halloween I always carve a pumpkin. It is actually originally a Celtic tradition and the Jack O’Lantern is meant to ward of evil spirits. When I was little we used to carve turnips, mainly because the pumpkin as not widely available. It is much harder to carve a turnip than a pumpkin so I am quite glad we can buy them  more readily now.

This year I decided I was going to carve a dragon pumpkin. Last year I did a Club Penguin Puffle which worked well. I thought a dragon would look good in flame. I had a good search though books but all the pictures of dragons I found would not have worked well in a pumpkin. I wanted something with sections which the light could shine though. I ended up drawing something and carving it out. This is the finished dragon pumpkin.

Dragon pumpkin

What do you think?

7 responses to “A Dragon Pumpkin”

  1. Cheryl says:

    ooh that’s fabulous, well done 🙂

  2. Thank you. I must admit to being very pleased

  3. Galina says:

    Love your dragon, Ali! You did a fab job!

  4. TheBoyandMe says:

    That dragon is incredibly cool! Thanks for sharing.

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