Pumpkin Teeth

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St0ney
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Mon Aug 29, 2011 6:18 pm

I think these are pretty Cool !

These are plastic teeth you add to a carving.
Give your jack-o-lantern some killer pearly whites this year with these great Pumpkin Teeth.
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They sell two different kinds, and one glows in the dark :)
And many different shapes.


If people are interested,
I'll make a few Patterns for this product. Based on what I see on their site.
not sure if a pattern comes with them ?

Did not see that or I missed it ??



pumpkin teeth website

$3.00 a set !

Click here to Buy - Look on bottom of page


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Mon Aug 29, 2011 6:57 pm

Are those just for reals?
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Mon Aug 29, 2011 9:58 pm

sjmarsha wrote:Are those just for reals?
Well - He He

They appear to be made for real Kins.
You just Jam the little rods into the pumpkin.

But - We know how to improvise,
I'm Sure you can Glue the Stem inside a Foam Kin,

I would use a Gel Glue, Like Crazy Glue Gel
or Gorilla Glue




Here's what one of the Packs looks like:
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Mon Oct 17, 2011 10:43 pm

Yep I seen them at K-Mart also

and that photo answers the Other Question - That's a Funkin. ;)
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Sun Oct 20, 2013 6:36 am

As with any "glow" plastic Black light is the true way to get it to glow for a longer duration. Or just a illuminate it with blacklight for a continual effect.
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Mon Oct 21, 2013 9:24 pm

Just to throw it out there, but I also use glow in the dark paint. It's relatively cheap and a little goes a long way. When used on top of pre-existing glow paint it is even brighter.

These teeth are cool which sparks another idea. I wonder if those realistic fangs (costume) would work too. Imagine a nosferatu or bela Lugosi carve with some realistic ass fangs. Could be schhhaweeet!
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