Critter on the left, Miss Bear on the right.
Skipper - whose orange face blends in a little too well.
The saint-o-lantern was my project this year. I was drawn to the mother and child image. The kids saw the face right away but my husband still has a difficult time seeing it. What do you think?
If you do a saint-o-lantern, submit your picture at Catholic Cuisine's Saint-O-Lantern Link-Up. It is so fun to see what others come up with!
And do not forget to keep those seeds to roast for a healthy, tasty snack! Do a quick clean. Toss some seeds, canola oil, and seasonings (we like sugar/cinnamon and simple salt versions) in a bowl. Spread in one layer on parchment-lined cookie sheet. Slow roast them at 200 degrees for 2 hours, or more if needed, stirring now and then, until seeds start to dry and get a crunch to them. Allow to cool and store in an airtight container. Enjoy!