Thursday, October 30, 2008

Our pumpkin city...

The kids decided that this city was for the spiders. This is Spiderella's Castle. See her pumpkin coach driving away? (Sometime I have to get the pictures of the pumpkin patch field trip so you can see the story behind this beastly pumpkin that my daughter brought home and designed into a castle for me.)

This is Alex's SpiderHobbit hole. He did the window with my drill due to left hand issues. But I think that he did a great job. Especially considering he didn't have a right hand!

The one on top of the other pumpkin is Cyan's jail. She said we needed one...

The two to the left are houses of Spiderella's subjects, as is the one below.

This was Alex's idea and creation, although I did the head. He wanted a sea monster in the 'moat' of the castle. So he cut these cute little pumpkins in half and then added tooth picks for spines. I was inspired and made the beasty a head complete with sharp, gnashing teeth.

Sometimes kids imaginations are the best things to play with.

3 comments:

Appetite for Instruction said...

That is just as cute as can be.

Sadie said...

Too cute! I love it....makes our jack-o-laterns look boring!

Val in the Rose Garden said...

Thanks guys! They were super cute last night, but the pictures all turned out really awful.

I really loved the way the turrets (is that the way you spell that?) in the castle glowed. So great!

Val