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  • GMA Weekend Pumpkin

    Extreme pumpkin carver Tom Nardone gets more into Halloween than the average person. He constructed what he calls a "Baby-Eating Yard Monster" out of 17 pumpkins. <a href="http://abcnews.go.com/images/GMA/abc_baby_eating_monster_091031.pdf" target="external">Click here to make your own by following Tom's instructions.</a>
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  • GMA Weekend Pumpkin

    Instead of the typical jack-o'-lantern, re-create a character from a movie for Halloween. This "Godzilla Pumpkin" is made using squash for the head and tail, and pumpkins for the rest of the body. <a href="http://abcnews.go.com/images/GMA/abc_pumpkin_patch_091031.pdf" target="external">Click here for instructions for making your own Godzilla Pumpkin.</a>
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  • GMA Weekend Pumpkin

    Let your creativity run wild! To create this "Franken-Pumpkin," a real or artificial pumpkin can be used. Replace cut holes in the pumpkin with pieces of used soccer or basketballs (if you can find them) to create a patchwork look. Large fruit such as a watermelon or cantaloupe also work well. <a href="http://abcnews.go.com/images/GMA/abc_Incredible_Unstoppable_Titan_Terror_091031.pdf" target="external">Click here for instructions to make Tom Nardone's creation come to life at your house.</a>
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  • GMA Weekend Pumpkin

    Tom Nardone doesn't just carve fresh pumpkins -- he likes to preserve his work in artificial pumpkins that can be used year after year, too. Here, he carved "GMA Weekend's" logo into the side of the styrofoam pumpkin.
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  • GMA Weekend Pumpkin Bill Weir

    Pumpkin carver Tom Nardone turned "GMA Weekend" anchor Bill Weir into a pumpkin to celebrate Halloween at the show's Times Square Studios.
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