According to America Comes Alive "The tradition of carving faces into vegetable dates to the Celts. As part of their autumnal celebration, they wanted to light the way to their homes for the good spirits, so they carved faces into vegetables such as turnips and squash. A light was placed within the hollowed out vegetable." I love this timeless tradition, it showcases our creativity. One of my favorite things to do lately is scroll through peoples photos and seeing their imagination come to life in the form of a pumpkin. From work competitions to hanging out with friends and carving for fun, there are some talented folks out there.

Make sure you drop a photo of your carved or painted pumpkin below. Yes, we want to see your Pinterest fails as well. Unfortunately, I am one of the few that always seems to produce the worst pumpkins ever, so yes, even the worst pumpkins will be celebrated. Drop a photo of your pumpkin in the comments below.

Haven't decorated or carved your pumpkin yet? Make sure you scroll through the comments and get some inspiration.