The 4th Annual Pumpkinfest was at my place this past weekend. Good times in Poetry! This event included the making of Junk Pumpkins, a Scavenger Hunt, roasting hotdogs and marshmallows, and reading ghost stories by the campfire at my pond. Fun! There was a good turn out of friends and family.
Here is my very own mother's junk pumpkin.
David's aunt & uncle (left) and mom (right) were quite creative:
David's junk pumpkin wore "glasses":
Here is a group shot. As always, click on the picture to see better.
Have you ever made a Junk Pumpkin? I collect junk throughout the year. Hardware, wire, nails, screws, buttons, random junk. I put everything out on the work tables and then it gets really, really quiet as everyone begins creating. I bet you could go through your junk drawer right now and find enough "junk" to give your pumpkin personality.
Here is my sister's junk pumpkin. It's a double decker.
If you'd like to see all the pictures from the party, go here. And here is last year's Junk Pumpkin post with more fun creations.
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