Oh Great Pumpkin, where are you?

Halloween is my favoritest holiday! What could be better than candy and costumes (not to mention, orange-colored white chocolate Kit-Kats!).

Although my actual Halloween was pretty low-key (lunch with Mom and the sister in the pumpkin skirts I made, shopping at the mall, taking care of Etsy/blog stuff), my sister and I made sure to make the most of the holiday and celebrate by carving pumpkins the week before.

Me and soon-to-be Pierre le Pumpkin

Tritia and her great pumpkin, Leonard

We headed over to Nancy's Ranch to pick pumpkins (and it was really hard to choose!). We found the perfect ones--large, round and very orange, and hauled them home along with pumpkin-carving kits and artificial tea lights.

I decided to go for a French guy with a beret and mustache, and since it was Tritia's first time carving a pumpkin, she did a cute traditional Jack-o-lantern face. Someone mentioned that Pierre looks a little like the Pringles guy, haha! I think he kind of looks like the Monopoly guy. Maybe both? You decide.

The pumpkin carving process

The final results

Hope you had an amazing Halloween (or if you don't celebrate, hope you had an amazing weekend either way).

Leonard and Pierre le Pumpkin

I'll be gone for a week (vacationing in Chicago!), so I can't wait to share that with you when I get back. See you soon and have a great week! :)


Caitlin said...

You look so pretty at the Pumpkin Patch! Also, I love that pumpkin skirt!

Belen said...

AH MY GAHDDDD! that mustache on a pumpkin is PRICELESS!!!

so i carved my first pumpkin ever this year. :) i wish i'd thought of a mustache haha. my was an aged jack skellington haha. i accidentally ruined his teeth and so he had TONS of gaps. :P

Sandy a la Mode said...

i love love LOVE your tights girl!!! pumpkin patches are sooo much fun!!

erin :) said...

Danggg. You're really good at carving mustaches. I like the eyebrows on your friend's pumpkin. And you look so cute in the Halloween outfit! Did you make it? You also look uber cute in that 3rd photo! That mustard yellow sweater is lurvely. :)

Happy late Halloween!

kristin marie said...

I ♥ love your outfit!

Have fun in Chi town :)



Meg said...

Adorable! My sister and I carve pumpkins together every year, and I've been going to a local pumpkin patch with my family since I was 3. It's such a fun tradition! And your pumpkins are way cuter than ours -- we both went with really silly, traditional faces. :)

Neekoh said...

I remember seeing this a while back... maybe on Twitter? Either way, so freakin' cute!
And I hope you're loving Chicago! It's one of my favorite cities :)