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Halloween Pumpkin Carving Creativity
How to Carve the Nit Wits Punk Rockin' PUNKin Pumpkin!
Instructions & Free Printable Templates!
See also: PUNKIN Word Find Puzzle
By Chris Dunmire
Your eyes do not deceive you. What you see above is a real carved PUNKin based on my Nit Wits comic Punkin — right down to the purple hair, brow-rings, and tongue studs. I took my concept right to the fruit of the matter and made it real.
See, just when you think you've come to the end of a good idea after its initial execution (drawing, writing, inventing), creativity reminds you that one good (or witty) idea just may be reused for another application, having multiple uses. Yay! for creativity and innovation.
The good news is that you too, can carve the Nit Wits PUNKin if you so desire because I've created a carving template you can download and print for personal use along with the following project directions. And if you're seeking more free pumpkin carving templates, be sure to see Creativity Portal's pumpkin carving template sources for my recommendations.
PUNKin Carving Project How-to Guide
Separate the tongue from the template and cut out along the dotted line. To protect the tongue from getting wet from the rain or other outdoor elements, you may want to laminate it first using self-sticking laminate paper.
Next, pierce the tongue with your sharp pointy-tool and assemble your "tongue-studs" into the tongue. Secure with a few dots of craft glue on the underside of the tongue.
How to Carve and Decorate your PUNKin Pumpkin:
Final PUNKin Touches:
If you plan on using the PUNKin in a Jack-O-Lantern fashion, simply place a candle inside in the traditional safety-first manner.
Although PUNKin's hate labels, feel free to print the below nifty PUNKin sign to pin to your PUNKin to help explain the humor. To print, right-click on the image and save it to your computer for printing. •
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Created by Chris Dunmire, www.chrisdunmire.com.