Why can’t I make this? #EasyPumpkinDesigns

If you love hockey, you’ll love these easy pumpkin design ideas from @hockeyhockeys twitter account.

This easy pumpkin pattern uses an eggshell as a base.

The color of the eggshell determines how it will turn out.

You can also make it using an egg wash, which adds a lovely subtle texture. 

To make this project, all you need is a large bowl, an egg, a pair of scissors and a hand-cranker.

Follow these instructions to make your own easy pumpkin patch.

Make a Pumpkin Patch for your Father or Mother: Make a pumpkin patch for your father or mother and make sure he or she can get through this one.

You will need: – 2 large eggs, lightly beaten – a small piece of yarn, about 1/4 inch – a hand cranker or a fork – a large hand-held pastry cutter, a medium sized pot and a small pot. 

Cut the egg into quarters and fold them over the top of the bowl.

Add a pinch of sugar, a pinch each of cinnamon, cloves and nutmeg.

Place the egg on the counter and cover with a clean piece of parchment paper. 

Repeat for each egg.

Place the bowl in the freezer and let it set.

Cut a piece of the parchment paper, about the same size as the egg, into long slices about the size of a quarter.

Spread half of the dough over the egg.

Using your hands, roll it into a tube and place it in the center of the freezer.

Repeat for each tube.

Repeat with the remaining dough and egg. 

Remove the parchment from the freezer, leaving about 1-inch of room for the remaining pastry to shrink. 

Place the tube on the stove over medium heat. 

Bake for 20 minutes or until golden brown. 

Let cool completely and cut into pieces.