Today I have a quick Halloween Pinterest success story to share.
Like our last triumphant Pinterest project, simplicity is the genius of this idea. You know, the “Why didn’t I think of that?” factor.
Besides finding the pumpkins and the pin, I can’t take any credit for this. My husband did all the work. He scooped out two large pumpkins and power-drilled holes in them. The results are warmly glowing, other-worldly jack-o-lanterns, polka-dotted with candlelight. These are the classiest pumpkins ever to grace our front porch!
The white dotted jack-o-lantern is especially magical, I think.
“You are the light of the world. A city set on a hill cannot be hidden.”
Matthew 5:14 ESV
The Light in Me by Brandon Heath.
What’s the best part of making a jack-o-lantern?
NOW APPEARING ON PROJECT UNDERBLOG
Today I’m honored Dear Mr. Zuckerberg is appearing on Project Underblog: a submission-based, collaborative writing project honoring the smaller voices in the blogger community. What a brilliant concept. Go see what we small and mighty have to say.