5 comments on “Pumpkin Writing

    • From what I learned at the farm (I didn’t do these myself), it depends on the variety of the pumpkin. You can begin writing on small varieties as soon as they are the size of a tennis ball. Bigger varieties may go up to a basketball in size before you need to do the monogramming. It doesn’t take much, just enough poking with any sharp pointed instrument to break the skin of the fruit. These were done with a pencil point breaking the skin lightly. Even though these are cursive writing, I heard that a closely-knit series of poked dots (rather than cursive or calligraphy) is the most effective technique. However, these look great to me. My writing on paper isn’t this good:)

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