Introduction: Spooktacular Carved Apple
Strapped for ideas on how to celebrate the autumnal equinox this year? Is sacrificing virgins loosing its edge? Well then, maybe here is something new for you!
If you carve a face in an apple, and let it sit in the open for a couple of days, it shrivels into a really spooky little head.
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Step 1: Go Get Stuff.
To do this you will need:
-an apple (preferably slightly whithered)
-an exacto knife or carving blade
-a ridiculously large wood saw
-time and patience
Step 2: Wound the Apple.
Pick a spot on the apple where you can envision a face and start carving away. Keep carving until you have it perfect.
Helpful tips for perfectionists:
- Remember, most recognizable faces have two eyes a nose and a mouth.
- The best way to carve eyes is to make two holes a little more than half way towards the top of the apple.
- The best way to make a mouth is to make a hole about a third of the way to the bottom of the apples.
- The nose should just kind of appear.
Step 3: Wait.
Once you have carved the apple to your liking, leave it somewhere (preferably sunny) and wait.
A couple of days later you should be totally spooked!