I finally figured out HOW to do the teeth when carving a pumpkin! If you want to get expert advice on the best carving techniques, that won't eat up your whole day, this is the perfect video to watch.
For years I always tried to draw teeth on the pumpkin and carve them out. What I didn't realize, however, is that it's best to cut a hole for the mouth, and then carve the teeth from the "mouth" part that was completely cut out. Using tooth picks, you can insert them back into the mouth of the pumpkin. So cool, right?!
What are your favorite ways to carve pumpkins?