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Create Your Own Disney Halloween Pumpkins

Discussion in 'Arts, Crafts & Scrapbooking' started by Wendy, Oct 7, 2011.

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    Have you ever wished you could create magical Halloween pumpkins of your own?

    David Caranci, manager of Resort Enhancement at the Disneyland Resort, has given us some not-too-spooky Halloween pumpkin-carving templates featuring some faces you may recognize!

    David’s steps to successfully carving your Halloween pumpkin using the Disney character templates.

    These instructions work for both artificial and real pumpkins.

    • Chose your Disney character template.


      DraculaMickey.jpg .................. Minnie.jpg

      ScaredMickey.jpg .................. AngryDonald.jpg
    • Enlarge or shrink your template to fit the size of your pumpkin.

    • Cut around the template, reducing the paper size to include only the features to be sculpted.

    • Tape or pin the template on to your pumpkin.

    • Draw over the template with a pencil, pen or store bought template tool.

    • Remove template from pumpkin.

    • You should see indentation lines on your pumpkin highlighting the features to be sculpted.

    • Using a safe pumpkin sculpting tool, slowly begin to sculpt your Disney character face.

    • As you sculpt, stop and look often to ensure eyes, nose and mouth are in proportion.

    • Remember to sculpt a hole under your pumpkin to insert a LED candle.

    Have fun :D
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    I've never ever carved a pumpkin! :unsure:
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    :shocked: KATE!! :nono:
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    Wendy A hui hou kakou makuakane Staff Member Administrator

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    Neither have I :anxious:
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    Tell Wendy off aswell then!!
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    Oh I love carve pumpkins!!!!!
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    Well then ladies, now is the time to get started!!! :yes: I love carving pumpkins.. last year I did a Peppa Pig one for Niamh and this year I think I'll do her a Mickey and Minnie one using these templates :yes:

    Asda/Tesco etc usually have some pumpkin carving bits and bobs for a quid!
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    Trying to think about which bits i need to cut out and which bits i need to leave are already confusing me!!

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