Pumpkin Perspective

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Introduction: Pumpkin Perspective

This Halloween if you run out of ideas and you have a a handful of LEGOs and a candle then you can build this adorable little jack-o-lantern. It is a cheep design and should cost less than $5.(depending on what candles you use) It is great for a table decorator or a spooky light display for you room that you need eerily lit...

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The bottom layer or the base of your jack-o-lantern can be any size, but it has to be able to hold a candle on the inside. You just build up however many layers tall you want your jack-o-lantern to be. Skip a brick for the eyes and the mouth! on the bottom you can put a few flats to hold the candle in place when there is a candle inside.

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