"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...."
Lantern Pumpkins New York City stylist Marissa Corwin put a cheeky spin on the very word jack-o'-lantern with her three glowing silhouettes of old-school lamps. "They're a bit more sophisticated than your average spooky face — something adults can appreciate, too," she said.
Jack o Lantern - The practice of decorating “jack-o’-lanterns”—the name comes from an Irish folktale about a man named Stingy Jack—originated in Ireland, where large turnips and potatoes served as an early canvas. Irish immigrants brought the tradition to America, home of the pumpkin, and it became an integral part of Halloween festivities
This can be an interesting idea for the Halloween spread. We can incorporate the bright colors of the jack o lantern and the dark background to create a picture such as this one. We can used the bight shapes to make a halloween-ish feel headline.
Isn't this a cool Halloween Pumpkin Display? (IDEA: I think you could easily make a smaller version out of a tomato cage.) This would look really neat out on the lawn with lights strung through the vines or battery operated tea lights inside each pumpkin.