This is my go-to fall recipe when fall is in the air and pumpkin season is underway. The combination of fall spices and sweet butternut squash is really addicting.
With a bit of effort, you can make the most of your fall. As we all know, pumpkin season is over, but we still have a lot of fall left to go through before Halloween. If you’re looking to take advantage of the last of the pumpkin season, here are some great fall-themed recipes to get you started.
The first one we’ll look at is over the garden wall. In this recipe, you’re basically working with the same recipe as above except you’ve added over the wall.
The recipe is the same except its for over the garden wall pumpkin carving.
This recipe is much easier than the previous one. If youve got a huge wall, you could even try making this recipe with an actual pumpkin and the same method as above. If youve got a smaller wall, you can just carve your pumpkins like any other Halloween decoration.
I have no idea how to do over the wall pumpkin carving, but the recipe is the same.
The first thing you need to know about pumpkin carving is that the carving is very easy. After all, most of the time youll be carving a pumpkin. It can be a simple shape or a simple design. Whatever your preference is, just carve it as you would any other kind of pumpkin.
After youve carved your pumpkin, youll need to get some pumpkin glue. I use a craft glue gun, but you can also use a glue blender, a glue gun holder, or a pumpkin glue stick. A pumpkin glue stick will work just fine. However, I recommend using a craft glue gun or glue blender to begin with because they can give a more uniform and even color.
The fun part is carving as you would any other pumpkin. You don’t need to carve a pumpkin in a specific way. Just carve whatever shape you feel works best. Once youve carved your pumpkin, you should be able to glue it to the wall. It’s important to leave the glue on the pumpkin for a few hours to dry. If that isn’t happening, you might want to stop before you carve the pumpkin.
So far Ive only tried using a glue gun. I like that it is less messy than a knife, and it can be more forgiving in the long run.