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Pumpkins That Prove Etching is Way Better (and Easier!) Than Carving

Etching is pumpkin carving made easy. The process, which uses a linoleum cutter rather than a knife, makes sophisticated designs simple, even if you're a beginner. Peruse the magical pumpkin designs that follow, then Amazon Prime over a lino cutter stat—you're going to want to make every single one. READ MORE »
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