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Halloween is just around the corner and as we’re spending some time away from home beforehand, I really need to be more organised this year. Now my son is nearly 4 he’s grasping the whole idea of Halloween, and hopefully, we can have some fun this year. When I heard that Alex and Alexa were running a Spooky Fruit Halloween competition, I thought I’d see what we could come up with.
Two Apples decided to put themselves forward for a Halloween makeover. They were warned that I am not particularly artistic and not a heavy make-up user. They agreed to still proceed with the Spooky Fruit Halloween Challenge.
We drew on the outline for the foundation of our fruity transformation, and carefully carved the required ghoulish features. I did learn something from last years pumpkin carving experience it seems.
Next, we asked for some Blackberry, Blueberry and Raspberry volunteers. They had to sign a disclaimer – we couldn’t guarantee their long-term safety – they were big and brave and stepped up to their part of the Spooky Fruit Halloween Challenge!
They became eyes, noses, oozing flesh and a hat. Our mild-mannered Apples had become Berry Eating Halloween monsters! Be warned, you never know what to expect in your fruit bowl this Halloween!