"In honor of the movie version of possibly the greatest children's book ever, I decided to make a carving of one of the wild things from Where the Wild Things Are
," said Tom K. of St. Louis, Missouri. He used a sharp X-Acto knife
to chip away at the pumpkin surface, then cut the spent bits into 3-D ears, leaving us to echo the wild things when they said, "Oh, please don't go—we'll eat you up—we love you so!"Enter our Pumpkin-Carving Contest today!