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I love them :) We have some pretty good looking pups too :)
Hi Sarah, I should have titled it "Pumpkin Pups" :-)
I am blown away by the skill of the pumpkin artist. Amazing talent... and mighty cute pups, Ginny and James.
How sweet are those pictures. Ginny and James look like a couple of hams too, enjoying their pictures being taken. The pumpkin carver did a great job.FlowerLady
Love these! Beautifully done!
This is amazing here!
Thank you for your kind comments;-) My daughter carved the dachshund, and I carved the poodle. We printed patterns from the internet, then taped them to the pumpkins. Then we started cutting!
Hi Jan. Now how cute are those pumpkins and puppies. What a terrific job on the carving. How did you bribe them to stay. LOL!
Very cute jack o' lanterns! Great job!
Wow, y'all are quite talented! Of course, both of your pups are adorable. But I have to say I've a bit of preference for the doxie pumpkin, as your Ginny is the spitting image of my little Pixie. : D
You should be thankful for having tons of artistic ability, too! These are amazing. I can barely get the triangle eyes carved into a pumpkin without messing up. The doggers are quite cute, too. :)
Wonderful pumpkins. We gave 30 away to the kids in the neighborhood from our from yard pumpkin patch. jim
They are beautiful! Did you carve them personally? It doesn't look like a simple task to me.
Amazing carvings! Ginny and Jack are adorable!For us in the tropics, fall is a fascinating season. The foliage, the carvings, Halloween costumes....I'll always LOVE to see them! And I'm so glad I blog and I get to meet a wonderful blogger like you! I haven't been visiting a great deal of blogs. Fridays and Sundays I'm with two memes and that keeps me pretty active with the commenting.Have a great November, Jan!
Hi Jan.I don't have time to post very often either but sometimes I get a set of photos, with wonderful memories attached to them, that I can't resist taking time out to post.My parents have an enormous black standard poodle named Alexander. He's lots of fun and way too smart for his own good! Yours looks like he's the same as well.Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment. Thinking of you too.Ann
Ginny and Jack are adorable and so are their doppelganger pumpkins. Absolutely puppylicious.
Adorable pumpkins! I could see why it was time consuming. Thanks for stopping by my blog, have a great week Jan!
Wow! Jan, these carvings are absolutely awesome...both you and your daughter are so talented!My first ever attempt at skinning a pumpkin to steam a Chinese-style pumpkin cake was less than a week ago...gosh, I never knew it has such a hard skin!Have a lovely day!
Hi Jan.Didnt see it at first glance...Soo cute!Next year I have to carve cat-pumpkins :o)Warm, wintery hug from far away,-Hilde
Hello Jan,I love pumpkins and dogs :-)I would love to be able to carve pumpkins as beautiful as yours....maybe next year.
Dear Jan, How very,very clever! I am so impressed! And your carved pumpkins brought a smile to my face. Pam x
I love your pumpkins and your pups - looks like the pups appreciate the carvings, too.
WOW! They are perfect!
Too cute - the doggies are gorgeous and the pumpkins so clever!
They are exceptionally clever carvings. Hacking out a pumpkin to look elegant is no easy task.Thanksgiving is the right season for your blog!Esther
Thanks so much for visiting and taking the time to comment! Please enjoy your TODAY and all of the gifts in YOUR garden of life!Jan