I'll give you the "New School" and "Old School Way to carve a pumpkin.
New School - Go to Target and buy a pumpkin carving set that comes with stencils you place on the pumpkin to guide you as you carve, and all the carving knives needed to complete the job.
Old School - Grab the sharpest steak-knife from the kitchen and start hacking away!
Get the pumpkin or pumpkins of your choice, and then follow these suggestions,
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