Just in time for Halloween, the pumpkin project is finished. There were a lot of technical and engineering details that I had to work out. I would show you photos but I don’t think a photo of me laying on my back staring at the ceiling is very interesting. Suffice it to say, I had to give careful thought to putting it all together rather than spending time assembling the lot.
So I will start by showing the back of the pumpkin with its little round windows
and spider web sheers.
Recently I have been mesmerized with lighting things up in one way or another and that was the impetus for this project. Hence the spot to hide the battery pack for the light strand.
Now let’s move to the other side which I call the main event, also known as the front. Here it is in the daylight.
Then in the late afternoon.
Finally, in the evening.
My favorite detail is these three little BOO jack-o-lanterns front and center.
Behind them sits the little pumpkin colored teddy with her/his pick of the patch.
S/he stands 4.5 inches tall – a quite diminutive little bear but just right for this pumpkin.
If you want to see larger photos, you can click here.
This afternoon my husband said, “The summer sure went by fast, didn’t it?” Yes, it did. Now we are nearly to Halloween and we know what follows that. Yep, the summer went by fast.
As always, thank you for stopping by, for reading and generally being all around aces.