Wednesday, October 14, 2009
Extreme Pumpkin Carving
The Birmingham Public Library owns both of Tom Nardone's extreme pumpkin carving books. Some of his masterpieces are featured in the above video. Last year I carved the Upchuck Pumpkin, and it took several days to scrape the dried up candy corn off my porch. But it was so worth it.
Tom Nardone's Web site
The great song played in the video is "What Else Is There?" by Royksopp
By Tressa at October 14, 2009
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