Saturday, August 30, 2014

Olaf Watermelon

Olaf Watermelon With the excitement of my last stencil I made I wanted to try it out. Here is the article:How To Carve Olaf From The Disney Movie Frozen Onto A Watermelon Amazingly there isn't any difference between working with a pumpkin then a watermelon

Sunday, August 24, 2014

Disney Frozen Olaf Pumpkin Carving Pattern

Another free Frozen carving Pattern. Olaf .... Anna will be coming soon

Olaf the lovable character from the movie Frozen. Who wouldn't want this stencil on their pumpkin?

1. Print out 2 stencils one for reference one to stick onto the pumpkin
2. Spray the back of the pattern with spray adhesive
3. Stick onto the pumpkin, and smooth out the wrinkles
4. With a sharp thumb tack outline the gray areas of the nose and the twigs on Olaf's head
5. Cut all the black areas
6. Pull the stencil off
7. Scrape the nose and the twig hair
8. Cut a lid and then gut the pumpkin. Yes this is the time to gut the pumpkin, if you do it before you are working on a weaker pumpkin
9. Thin the inside of the pumpkin: Place your hand over the pumpkin that was cut as to not brake it
 I have pictured details here: Ez Pumpkin Carving Happy Carving

Sunday, August 17, 2014

Disney Frozen Elsa Pumpkin Carving Pattern



This Halloween Elsa will be the most sort out carving pattern on the net. Here you can have it free. This my seem like a difficult carving template but I have created a better way of carving, and I've been using this technique for over 7 years now:
1. Print out 2 stencil's one to put on the pumpkin one as a reference
2. Spray back of pattern with spray adhesive (you have just made yourself a giant sticker)
3. Stick onto the pumpkin
4. Cut the black of her hair out
5. Use a sharp thumb tack poke hole close together to outline the gray of Elsa's face start at the most detailed areas inside the eyes ..inside the lips
6. Remove the stuck on stencil
7. Scrape the gray
8. Cut lid and gut the pumpkin Yes I do this after the craving is finished. I find this gives the pumpkin more stability, you don't have a thin flimsy pumpkin to work with
9. Thin the inside of the pumpkin where the pattern is by scraping the inside with a scraper while having your hand over her face. when you can feel the scraper scraping on the inside on your hand that's when you know you have scraped enough of the pumpkin to stop. You don't have to thin the whole pumpkin just the area where the pattern is.

   Pictured detailed Intructions here: How To Carve An Elsa Pumpkin From The Disney Movie Frozen

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