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  1. jordan at 5:53 pm

    I agree. As much as I love all Marths’s fancy pumpkins I too prefer the traditional pumpkin.

  2. Anonymous at 12:09 am

    I helped carve numbers into 15 pumpkins for table centerpieces for my cousin’s wedding last fall. And speaking from experience, even with little pumpkin/wood carving tools its totally tedious work. You’d have to be really committed to something like that, and accept that it will not be perfect.
    There’s a reason the traditional pumpkins are so simple.


  3. mrsem Author at 3:38 pm

    Poor Margaret! You always seem to end up with the worst jobs at weddings. Wildflower picking…pumpking carving!