A carved pumpkin that wears Jack's name. Now with glow in the dark eyes!
Hundreds of pumpkins have their guts removed around the time of Halloween for the short-lived cottage industry of Jack-o'-Lantern making. Carve a few holes to make a face, stick a lit candle inside, and watch as the vegetable adorns your front porch, greeting Trick-or-Treaters with a wicked smile as they climb up your steps. But what about you? No, you may not greet those Trick-or-Treaters with the knife you used on your pumpkin in your hands. To make sure you don't miss out on the fun, carve a second Jack-o'-Lantern, make a hole at the bottom, and slip it over your head. Huzzah! Just be sure that the pumpkin doesn't fall off your head...
Can be made at home with the right skills and materials. Putting a candle inside a wearable Jack-o'-Lantern is not recommended.