Pumpkin Carving Kit: This kit continues to be the most popular carving kit in the country, and now features 12 new carving patterns as well as PumpkinMasters’ patented tools.
Pumpkin Tealight: Trade out the traditional candle for this safe, battery-operated light.
Kids Carving Kit: Kids can carve their own pumpkins with these easy-to-use tools. The kit also includes creepy, glow-in-the-dark eye inserts and four playful patterns.
Kids Monster Pieces: A safe and mess-free way to get youngsters excited about decorating! Kids can create their very own monster by inserting eye, mouth, nose and ear parts into the skin of the pumpkin.
All-in-One Carving Kit: Featuring 12 patterns, 12 foam stickers, eight eye inserts, carving tools and a light, this kit makes it easy to create dozens of pumpkin designs.
Pumpkin Masters – America’s favorite brand for pumpkin carving and decorating. This year, the iconic brand is celebrating its 25th Anniversary, with three new products and some carving classics too.
Kits and accessories will be available in September 2011, at major retailers and grocery stores nationwide for suggested retail prices of $2.99 – 6.99.
Pumpkin Masters sent me 3 amazing products to review this holiday season (sorry for the photo, it wouldn’t load correctly) ~ All-in-One Carving Kit, Flickering Mayhem Light and 100 Reflective Stickers. Every year we carve pumpkins, and every year we pull out our Pumpkin Masters tools. We wash them after each use and add more to our collection every year. Our Annual Pumpkin Carving Party gets bigger each year, so we need a lot of kid friendly tools to work with.
What I love about the All-in-One Carving Kit is that it comes will everything needed to carve your pumpkin(s). I bought a small pumpkin to practice on… it was too small for the patterns included, but I adjusted the ghost to work for me.
I’m a huge fan of the patterns. Makes my life easier when carving. I just let the kids pick their designs. Help them tape it on. And instruct them on how to poke the pattern into their pumpkin. Sometimes it works well…other times the pumpkin gets a few extra pokes here and there.
Cutting the pieces out is the hardest for the kids, so Mommy and Daddy end up doing it. I love the saw! You just have to push and pull/zig and zag…but do not force the blade to cut. It’s NOT a knife! I have had kids break the blade because they want to cut it instead of saw.
I’m saving the Flickering Mayhem Light and Reflective Stickers for Halloween. I think the kids will love to take them to Jamma & Papa’s house this year!
To find out more about Pumpkin Carving Kits & where to buy visit their website at http://www.pumpkinmasters.com/. You can also find Pumpkin Masters on Facebook & Twitter.
*Disclosure: I was sent a sample to review. The thoughts and opinions expressed are my own. I received no other form of compensation for my review, nor was I under any obligation to give a positive review.