Candy corn painted pumpkins that look (almost) good enough to eat! More ideas for painted pumpkins: http://www.bhg.com/halloween/pumpkin-decorating/painted-pumpkin-ideas/?socsrc=bhgpin090212candycornpumpkin#page=2
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For a no-fuss fall centerpiece, heap bewitching, beribboned sugar pumpkins in a rustic bowl. To make: Attach double-stick tape to lengths of black, orange, and white patterned ribbon, then wrap around each squash. Read more: Pumpkin Decorating Ideas - No Carve Pumpkin Decorating Ideas - Good Housekeeping
"Sure son, we’re going trick or treating, you'll get lot's of candy, I’ll meet single mom's, maybe even find you a bro or a sis. We'll go home later and (if's there is a later, hahaha(whispers the Great Pumpkin) the father looks around, thought he heard something) Let's go son, we'll take a shortcut to get back home", "but pa, I thought we were going to get more candy?" "Oh we will, we'll stop at some homes on the way there" "okay pa"..."In this mornings news, the disappearance of...."
Forest Scene Pumpkin This is one of my all time favorite pumpkins ever. Start by cutting out a square in the front of the pumpkin. Scrape out all the insides and fill the bottom with moss. Place some miniature trees and dears inside like a forest scene. So easy and so cute! Photo by Colin Cooke