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PostSubject: Thin is in for scraping!   Thin is in for scraping! I_icon_minitimeThu Oct 30, 2008 7:48 pm

When cleaning and scraping your pumpkin for any type of carving, it will display best if the pumpkin walls are thin. To know if you pumpkin is scraped thin enough, hold it up to a light, look inside and rub your hand over the area you plan to carve. You should be able to clearly see your hand outline and fingers. You only need to scrape the area where your carving will be. Thin is in for scraping! 784825

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