it is a bit harder but still possible to do shadeing with a dremel tool
this is an idea i had about 10 minits ago while watchign the simpsons i just want to know if anyone has ever thought of it ir tryed it i was thinking about putting a pice of tin foil in the back of my pumpkins in order to reflect the light outward any opinion on that idea???
i have seen a couple times where peopel have cut biffer holes through the back i think it gives away to much light ruining the lighting effect i am considering going thro the bottom this year only because i want as much light as possible inside the pumpkin
that is great news that u got a couple extra days and it is wise to be useing the simplier patterns instad of the hard ones i good luck on the rest of your pumpkins and i hope u are also enjoying it
10 days ahed... not smart and personally i wodl not have used the freezer i woudl jkeep them outside wehre it is farly cold and int eh shade and sprayd them with water occasianyl and put petrolium jeplly on it the inside of it
i do cut the top as well however i do not cut a chimeny for the fact that a lot of lgiht escapes thro the top hole haveing a chimenly liek that and all the heat can escape thro the front alsot if u want a very cool effect that rlayl scares ppel u cas set up a table and have one jackolantern witha ro...
i agree with them u will need a assembly line gogin or u will not make it and if it is sut basic pattens leik jack o lanterns its easy if it is more distinct sctencils u might be sol i personally do 20 on average every year but is tart early and jsutkeep them wetso i woudl also offer the information...