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Pumpkin Carving Kit With 6 Stencils 50p @ Morrisons Online

£0.50 @ Morrisons
Available online Get ready for next year with this Pumpkin Carving Kit ;) Read More
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Get ready for next year with this Pumpkin Carving Kit ;)
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[mod]#1
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https://groceries.morrisons.com/productImages/348/348385011_0_640x640.jpg?identifier=083135f50ec00eca0b7b2becd9605919
#3
andywedge
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I added the price when i created the post, this is usually added automatically at the end of the title, so there should be no need to add it manually?
1 Like #4
I hate Halloween, it's glorified begging.
2 Likes #5
Teezer
I hate Halloween, it's glorified begging.
Here we go :-P
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steevieboy4u
andywedge
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I added the price when i created the post, this is usually added automatically at the end of the title, so there should be no need to add it manually?
it still needs adding to the title. Depending on how you view the site the price is only visible if it is added to the title.
#7
Teezer
I hate Halloween, it's glorified begging.
I agree. And dangerous too
6 Likes #8
It's a bit of fun where the kids get to dress up and enjoy themselves and the adults can have fun giving treats to the kids.

Begging, what a load of tosh.
2 Likes #9
Omg how sad are some of the people on here ! Have you never been kids before ?
#10
Teezer
I hate Halloween, it's glorified begging.

Coffee100
Teezer
I hate Halloween, it's glorified begging.
I agree. And dangerous too

I suppose you hate Christmas (carol singers), Bonfire night (penny for the guy) etc as well?
It’s good for the younger kids, yes I agree when you get older teenagers doing it then it’s as you say and I suppose it can be quite intimidating for some people but the younger kids I see no harm in it and the joy they get from it is well...........is well worth a couple of quid 2-3 times a year.
#11
what the heck is the thing that looks like a candle/syringe?
obviously you have your saw thing which are surprisingly effective
and a scoop which are pants
oh...i even get the stencil part
but that..... wtf?

edit: a brainwave tells me it may be a 'pin' for transferring patterns? so another thing for the bin then!

Edited By: brilly on Nov 02, 2016 07:35
#12
Teezer
I hate Halloween, it's glorified begging.


I use the saw thing to stick into a
#13
It's fun if you get creative
#14
@brilly I use the candle looking tool by using the little saws first and then use the candlestick tool to poke the piece through to remove it. It's quite useful actually
#15
robwatto
@brilly I use the candle looking tool by using the little saws first and then use the candlestick tool to poke the piece through to remove it. It's quite useful actually
can you not use a finger or the end of the saw?
is it not supposed to be a 'pin'?
#16
brilly
what the heck is the thing that looks like a candle/syringe?
obviously you have your saw thing which are surprisingly effective
and a scoop which are pants
oh...i even get the stencil part
but that..... wtf?
edit: a brainwave tells me it may be a 'pin' for transferring patterns? so another thing for the bin then!

I didn't understand it at first but now I am thinking you use the pin to make the hole, so you can then get the saw in and start carving?
#17
Tetsumi
brilly
what the heck is the thing that looks like a candle/syringe?
obviously you have your saw thing which are surprisingly effective
and a scoop which are pants
oh...i even get the stencil part
but that..... wtf?
edit: a brainwave tells me it may be a 'pin' for transferring patterns? so another thing for the bin then!
I didn't understand it at first but now I am thinking you use the pin to make the hole, so you can then get the saw in and start carving?
the saw can slip quite easily into a pumpkin
i mean if you have a stencil then you use the pin to leave dots through the paper onto the pumpkin - doesn't seem ideal though as surely the dots would be really coarse

Edited By: brilly on Nov 02, 2016 09:16
#18
brilly
Tetsumi
brilly
what the heck is the thing that looks like a candle/syringe?
obviously you have your saw thing which are surprisingly effective
and a scoop which are pants
oh...i even get the stencil part
but that..... wtf?
edit: a brainwave tells me it may be a 'pin' for transferring patterns? so another thing for the bin then!
I didn't understand it at first but now I am thinking you use the pin to make the hole, so you can then get the saw in and start carving?
the saw can slip quite easily into a pumpkin
i mean if you have a stencil then you use the pin to leave dots through the paper onto the pumpkin - doesn't seem ideal though as surely the dots would be really coarse

I just re looked, I thought the saw was plastic for a second - it looks almost see through
1 Like #19
Tetsumi
brilly
Tetsumi
brilly
what the heck is the thing that looks like a candle/syringe?
obviously you have your saw thing which are surprisingly effective
and a scoop which are pants
oh...i even get the stencil part
but that..... wtf?
edit: a brainwave tells me it may be a 'pin' for transferring patterns? so another thing for the bin then!
I didn't understand it at first but now I am thinking you use the pin to make the hole, so you can then get the saw in and start carving?
the saw can slip quite easily into a pumpkin
i mean if you have a stencil then you use the pin to leave dots through the paper onto the pumpkin - doesn't seem ideal though as surely the dots would be really coarse
I just re looked, I thought the saw was plastic for a second - it looks almost see through
hah, that is a weird effect with the reflection ending in the exact place where it would be if it was transparent
1 Like #20
Teezer
I hate Halloween, it's glorified begging.


then why are you looking at pumpkin carving kits?
surely trolls love Halloween :p
#21
brilly
robwatto
@brilly I use the candle looking tool by using the little saws first and then use the candlestick tool to poke the piece through to remove it. It's quite useful actually
can you not use a finger or the end of the saw?
is it not supposed to be a 'pin'?


I think it is supposed to be a pin when using the stencils but I found it made two big a hole when doing some fine detailing. I switched between my fingers and this tool to remove the cut parts. Can't use the end of the saws as they just bend and would probably snap
#22
Do you really need this? Who hasn't got a knife in their kitchen that could cut through a pumpkin? Total waste of 50p and possible more dangerous, that "carving tool" looks like it would break if you sneezed on it.
#23
nougat
Do you really need this? Who hasn't got a knife in their kitchen that could cut through a pumpkin? Total waste of 50p and possible more dangerous, that "carving tool" looks like it would break if you sneezed on it.


These are designed for KIDS to use so they don't chop their fingers off using your Sabatiers ;)

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