Giant Pumpkin Display

2 10 2008

This is my all time favorite time of the year. I can’t wait to visit a pumpkin patch. I wish I lived near this guy’s house!

Check out Ed Moody’s house in Frankfort, Michigan. 

These are REAL pumpkins! 

Last year Ed’s display attracted in excess of 15,000 people and well over 1,000 trick-or-treaters.

 

Ed started to carve pumpkins when he was about 6 years old. He didn’t start sculpting smaller pumpkins until 15 years ago and graduated to giant pumpkins 7 years ago when his 5 year dream of carving a Cinderella pumpkin came true with his purchase of a 590 lb. pumpkin. He is now known for his Cinderella carriage pumpkin every year.

See more photos at pumpkined.com

 

Here is my little pumpkin a few years ago! Awwww…

 

Look at her now!! 

Like the jeans? I hot glued this ribbon on them:-) Too cute! That is her new Mini Mouse that has to go EVERYWHERE now. Guess what she’ll be for Halloween??? Starts with an M and rhymes with house.

 

 

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8 responses

2 10 2008
lissa

Oh my goodness! I just love the pictures! Your little girl is sooooo cute! I love the ribbon on the jeans idea!

2 10 2008
Christie

I love the jeans–what a great idea! I think I might try it with some thick ribbon on my DD’s jeans.

2 10 2008
hookedonhouses

Wow! These are unbelievable! They’re works of art. Love the pics of your little pumpkin, too. So cute. -Julia 🙂

2 10 2008
Dot O

Can you imagine if he carved BIG pumpkins with BIG hair!!

Love the little “pumpkin” very much!!!

2 10 2008
Tammy

I’m surprised to see that pumpkins can actually grow that HUGE! Must be a special hybrid plant. I’ll have to look into that…..hee hee!

Blessings,
Tammy ~@~

2 10 2008
The Arthur Clan

Very cool pumpkins that you found Amy. I’ve been trying to plan a trip to the pumpkin patch, but something always comes up to ruin our plans. Either it rains (yuck!) or we have a soccer game or…. (the list goes on and on.) Someday soon we WILL make it there. 🙂

Angie in OH

2 10 2008
Mrs. B

I love that Cinderella pumpkin! That all must take so much time to carve! Your little pumpkin is adorable.

2 10 2008
Michelle

Wow that is amazing!!

I love fall.

Ummmm is she going to be mouse? Ha Ha.

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