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Email Hiccups, Kiki’s Delivery Service Pumpkin and Howl’s Moving Castle Turnip Head

Hey, folks! I moved my server hosting a couple days ago and I’m having some temporary hiccups with my email, so please bear with me.

In the meantime, if you haven’t already seen them on my Twitter, here’s my Kiki’s Delivery Service pumpkin I made this weekend! It’s a bit shaky, but I’m not that great at cutting pumpkins. I found some Kiki stationary with an emblem like this on it, I enlarged it on my computer/printer and then used that as my template for cutting. This is actually one of those craft pumpkins, so I can reuse this again next year. :)
Hope everyone is having a great fall!

I also made a Turnip Head from Howl’s Moving Castle for my October yard! His head is a styrofoam ball that I drew on with a permanent marker. The clothes are cut up ones from Goodwill. I duck-taped two sticks together to make his base. The hat is made from craftfoam. His “pipe” is made from a wine bottle cork and a stick. He really doesn’t take long to make…!

2 Comments

  • Dacey

    11.10.2011 at 14:22 Reply

    What did you use to cut the craft pumpkin?

    • aimeemajor

      11.10.2011 at 15:04 Reply

      I bought a tool sold to cut craft pumpkins at Michael’s crafts. It looks like a teeny tiny saw blade. I think I got the pumpkin at Joann’s.

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