BrianMHayers Basically I pinned the image to the pumpkin and then used another tack to press holes around all the edges of the design to give myself a baseline. Then after my holes were all in place I used a permanent marker to trace the holes to get the picture clear for what I needes to cut. From there I used Xacto blade to cut out the top layers of the pumpkin so I wouldn’t over cut anything and then used a steak knife to get through the rest of the pumpkin. I used Q-tips to push through any excess material on the shell out. The inside was illuminated with a push button light from Walmart.