WordPress Pumpkin

Tired of carving the same ‘ol pumpkin every year, I thought I’d try something different this year. I free-handed the WordPress logo on the pumpkin then carefully carved it out.

WordPress Pumpkin set on Flickr.

WordPress Pumpkin WordPress Pumpkin

WordPress Pumpkin WordPress Pumpkin

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  3. @all – thanks for the comments!

    @fred – it wasn’t too bad, but it did take a bit of time.

    @Miroslav Glavic – your comment had me lol πŸ˜‰

    @Steve Smith – send me your address and I’ll mail you this one after Halloween πŸ˜‰

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  5. spooky. i like the crash of old and new technologies–writing by carving on objects is transported in time and space via photography and the internet to laptops everywhere!

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  9. Dude, that is awesome! I thought you said you were more of a programmer than a designer. Whatever. That rocks! Did you ever launch that new design for your family’s blog?

  10. @all – thanks again for the comments.

    @AsceticMonk – I’m sure they’ll have no idea…but I’m guessing some will think it is for George W. Bush πŸ˜‰

    @Steve – pumpkin pie is yummy!

    @Joel – let’s see a picture πŸ˜‰

    @Brandon – thanks πŸ˜‰ The design was actually for this site and unfortunately I’ve been too busy lately to work on it. How’s the hiatus going?

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  14. WhOa! Came across this from the dashboard … someone has some patience and a little talent! Nice to see some pumpkins … none here in Sweden lit up on this dark rainy Halloween night in Stockholm.

    Too bad pumpkin designs go away within a couple of days πŸ™


  15. As former EVP/Editorial Director of Martha Stewart, I am professionally qualified to give you two thumbs up on the pumpkin-carving. Fabulous. You’d do Martha proud (and upside-down, it’s her initial…or mine). As a WordPress user and believer (as is Martha), I say another two thumb’s up for showing your passion for this great technology.

  16. @Mholsonproject – I’m glad I took a picture the first day I carved it, the middle of the W is already starting to wilt πŸ™

    @Blogology – I do not have any tattoo’s – why do you ask? And no, I’m not planning on getting a WordPress tattoo πŸ˜‰

    @Margaret – thanks for your note, I appreciate it! I went ahead and carved one for you (and Martha) πŸ˜‰ :

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  18. wow!
    That carving is way too cool man! \m/
    I wonder what you’ll be carvin’ out on a pumpkin(or ice) this coming holidays.

    Hmmm…a snowflake perhaps? πŸ˜€

    God Bless sir!

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