DIY Tinker Bell Pixie Dust Pumpkin Carving

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Tinker Bell Pixie Instructions by Luis Linares


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22 Responses to “DIY Tinker Bell Pixie Dust Pumpkin Carving”

  1. Sher says:

    What is a “hot knife?” Will a wood burner tool work?

  2. Lynn Easton says:

    I can’t find the link with the instructions for this project. When I click on the the arrow or the picture it just give a larger view of the picture. Where is the link?

    • designer says:

      Instructions are at the end of the articles. Thx.

      • Claire says:

        The tinkerbell template is the last page/end of the article…no directions 🙁

        • designer says:

          Tinker Bell Pixie Instructions by Luis Linares (click)

          • Joan Wilder says:

            “Tinker Bell Pixie Instructions by Luis Linares” No such “link” exists on this page. Only the arrow pointing to the right and it takes you to a page with a small and larger stencil of Tinkerbell. Please check your information or provide a better description of where to find detailed instructions. Thank you.

          • April says:

            The instructions are under the template. The words in blue are a hyperlink. You have to look for it because the words are small, but they are in fact there.

    • Rachelle says:

      instructables.com/id/Tinker-Bell-Pixie-Dust-Pumpkin-Carving/

  3. Jrmcdonald0719 says:

    is there a link for the directions no details available at the end

  4. Joan Wilder says:

    Here you go people … I did a little research via Google and I found this site (it also has actual comments from Luis Linares (especially that this is an artificial pumpkin and not a real one): instructables.com/id/Tinker-Bell-Pixie-Dust-Pumpkin-Carving/

  5. tmichelle says:

    Hmmm….I don’t see directions either!!!!!!

  6. tmichelle says:

    Scratch that. It’s in the worlds tiniest print below the pic on the second page. No wonder nobody can see it.

  7. tmichelle726 says:

    Scratch that. It’s in the worlds tiniest print below the pic on the second page. No wonder nobody can see it. I had to change my name and email just to post again…it kept denying me and saying its a duplicate post …you already said that. Nice site.

  8. Anne from Pintesting says:

    I’ve been trying to pin this, but it keeps getting blocks for inappropriate content??? Just thought you’d want to know.

  9. karen says:

    Under the tinker bell template is a hyperlink in blue

  10. rachel says:

    these instructions, using the hot knife, it for a ‘funkin’ an artificial pumpkin. probably possible with a real pumpkin too, though keeping the goo from closing the holes can be a pain, i had that problem with one i carved with larger holes using a drill bit

    if you use a spiral drill but, prepare for curls of pumpkin going everywhere, it’s fun though!

  11. jenn says:

    you could put a pattern on for us to print out

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