Can Resin Preserve a Dehydrated Pumpkin Carving? 

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@EvanAndKatelyn 2 yıl önce
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@d1amondk1ttyyt60 2 yıl önce
@autiehaywood 2 yıl önce
ayyy my birthday :)))
@TechBiswasreal 2 yıl önce
Love you guys love from india
@geetathole5305 2 yıl önce
@katiea.5793 2 yıl önce
@erlandjohansen7195 2 yıl önce
Can we all just take a minute to appreciate Katelyn's absolutely stellar editing?
@KeithDiSarno 2 yıl önce
Katelyn did not edit the last main channel video. First time ever. I’m interested to see if this is the same. The font on the cut screens looks…different?
@frejacriesvarg8396 2 yıl önce
@@KeithDiSarno she didnt? How'd you know? :0
@michellev2194 2 yıl önce
Absolutely always!!
So good
@EatTheirOwn 2 yıl önce
When I was young my school class did a cool project while learning about ancient egypt where we were split into groups and mummified raw mini roasting chickens! I remember it really well 'cus it was so neat. I think I can give some tips for your try next year! 1) Use smaller pumpkins. 2) Plan for it to take at LEAST a month to dry them out, if not two or three since pumpkins have a lot of water. 3) Grain salt will work much better, and mixing the silica beads in with the salt would probably help too! 4) You need to fully replace all the salt every day at first, then less as time goes on as there's less moisture. 5) The salt on the outside needs to be held close to the pumpkin, and you DEFINITELY don't want to be using plastic cus it traps the moisture. Try using a bag made of burlap or cheesecloth or something similar that's only big enough to give you an inch or so all around the pumpkin to put the salt. 6) Absolutely expect shrinkage and adjust the size of the bag as needed to keep the space a close fit. 7) Since pumpkins don't have internal structure to help it hold its shape, you may want to create a sort of armature cage on the inside of them to help. Maybe thin strips of wood like bamboo or something?
@majorphysics3669 2 yıl önce
we did bananas at our school
Borax is meant and used for mummifying things in the current day so a mix of borax and salt should help!
@helsbels 2 yıl önce
Best comment here
@shodri6634 Yıl önce
I think setting them upside down will help, so the moisture doesn't pool at the bottom.
@Prince_Asuda 2 yıl önce
For a bit of a spin off, how about making a mold of a carved pumpkin and using it to make a galaxy resin pumpkin? Just imagine the light shinning and reflecting off of all of the glitter from the inside out.
@JennaRose10 Yıl önce
Or they could make it with glow in the dark resin and wouldn’t have to put a light in it! And it would look cool
@Jarjarvideos Yıl önce
You, are a genius
@AuroraLalune Yıl önce
Genius. Now, I only wish I knew how to create a mold…
@ValentinMarquis 10 aylar önce
I have lost count for how many times I have binged the pumpkin trilogy. The evolution of mini faces on these gourds, Evans inability to handle the pumpkin stank or slimy guts, and the chaos that ensues mere seconds after resin hits the pumpkin flesh. I look forward to binging a 40 episode series. ❤
@Unbreathless 2 yıl önce
From my repeated watches of ChubbyEmu's videos, I know that SALT causes water to 'move towards it'. But it doesn't like... destroy the water or anything. It just pulls it out of one thing, into the saltier thing. Then you have to remove that water. Also the Mitochondria is the powerhouse of the cell.
@steppenfuchs5608 2 yıl önce
-emia means presence in blood
@midnight9719 Yıl önce
☝️ presenting to the emergency room
@Lichen8404 4 aylar önce
"It'll be fine" E+K thought, shoveling more salt into a plastic bag. "It'll last forever."
@Nocare89 2 yıl önce
This is a terrifyingly dangerous way to open a pumpkin. Anyway, next time you should definitely try freeze-drying them. They should keep their shape and... youth.. better
@tonymorris3935 2 yıl önce
The salt isn't exactly drawing the water out. It's breaking down the cellular structure of the pumpkins, which releases water, but also makes the tissues softer. If you really want a pumpkin to last, resin or not, you should freeze dry one.
@thewiseturtle 2 yıl önce
Yeah, I was thinking of freeze drying. Alas, it's really expensive, and you'd have to cut poor Bean into lots of small pieces and reassemble him!
@samflower4534 2 yıl önce
yea...i thought something similar when i saw the salt. correct me if im wrong, but salt kinda decomposes things, kinda like how u can put a body in salt to make it decompose faster
@m1k3y48 2 yıl önce
@@thewiseturtle Cody from Cody’s Lab built his own freeze drier, I’m not sure how much the setup costs though.
@EjvindGEMDark 2 yıl önce
@@samflower4534 Salt preserves! It does the opposite. It does however dry them.
@sokhi4415 2 yıl önce
The vacuoles of the plant cells (cell water tank) get absorbed and makes the cells lose their structure.
@madestmadhatter 2 yıl önce
I actually tried this a few years back, I salted it daily and wiped up the juices as they collected, but it still ended up molding over. Side note, gourds have been dehydrated into containers for years, and when researching it they advice to keep them in a cold dry place with good air flow, heat actually encourages mold growth, my rooms actually a fairly good place for that, but I also have a bad habit of just constantly burning candles in them. Yeah next year, don't carve them, put them in the room with the dehumidifier, turn down the temp place it on a grate so there's air flow under it, and then put a hole in the base and place it over a drip tray, which you should drain daily, and may be put a fan on in front of it, and then when it's hard and the seeds shake free inside carefully cut out the face.
@austinperkins15 2 yıl önce
The thing that keeps plants "stiff" is the turgor (water) pressure in the cells. By removing the water, the plants or in this case pumpkin fruits wilt
@lisemartino1995 2 yıl önce
When you want to dry something, don’t wrap it in plastic! The point of the salt is to wick out the moisture, but the moisture needs somewhere to go and…. evaporate!
@kateecalhoun5372 2 yıl önce
26:17 My dogs name is bean and every time it is katelyn saying it specifically my four leggy friend is getting excited. So thank you for making my dog science adjacent with us!
@vivritter7399 7 aylar önce
I love that Evan's troupe is he doesnt know when to stop and Katelyn's is pushing the limits of what she can eat 😂
@pixeldaisies 2 yıl önce
A few tips to improve your results next year: -carve the insides to make a thinner pumpkin skin -pumpkin buttholes -use cloth or mesh to cover the holes to keep salt in while letting water drain -blow a balloon inside the pumpkin to fill 90% of the cavity, then fill with salt/silica -change out the salt/silica daily -dont cover
@cferracini 2 yıl önce
or... 1) remove pumpkin insides. 2) do NOT carve a face, leave it with only the hole on top. fill inside of the pumpkin with uncooked dry beans. 3) put inside a dehydrator (costs about $150 so I think it can be cheaper than getting bags of salt and silica in the long run, plus other cool experiments). 4) your choice of resin first and (remove beans) carve later (resin inside) or the opposite.
@raraavis7782 2 yıl önce
Or why not put the carved out pumpkin in front of a fan heater on low heat. That would work just as well as a dehydrator for a large object like this and who doesn't have one of those at home (or you can buy a used one for a couple bucks). I would at least partly dry them this way, before employing salt or silica.
@SashaSRenee 2 yıl önce
I would suggest putting them in upside down so it can drain through the large whole in the top (with the cloth/mesh covering the whole, of course). It would be much more efficient at draining and there would be no spots that have stagnant liquid on it. I would also use a bucket with a drainage spout instead of a bag and maybe have a thick layer at the bottom of clay beads, rocks, etc to create a drainage layer (like for plants or bioactive reptile enclosures) in case the spout outflow isn't enough to prevent pooling.
@madelinehero4353 2 yıl önce
also putting it on a riser in the bad of salt/silica, so that any moisture pooling at the bottom doesn't touch the pumpkin
@Fyreflier 2 yıl önce
turn upside down whilst in the salt so the juices run _out_
@gracie-md1qq Yıl önce
Hilariously katelynn was spot on. Egyptian mummies were actually prescribed as medicine at one point, along with being used as paint. We actually ate a large portion of the mummies we found, making them rarer and rarer. I'm unsure if the desired effects were ever achieved.
@meatlemonade9938 2 yıl önce
freeze drying definitely might work better. also, i don't know how much the water softener costs, but you can also get salt very cheaply at a farm supply store. edit to add: covering definitely doesn't help, you probably just salt cured them instead of dehydrated
@geckojack5169 11 aylar önce
There's a reason people didn't get mummified in plastic bags The moisture just stays
@roseabee7503 10 aylar önce
And the salt is usually finer, not pellets.
@kia_bear3807 Yıl önce
Are you guys still planning on a pumpkin video this year? These are so fun to watch. I just recently found your channel and I've enjoyed binge watching your videos. Thank you for being wonderfully dorky people☺
@JoshuaSigloch 2 yıl önce
"What are mummies, but human jerky, really?" That needs to be on a tshirt. So I can wear it around other humans and watch as they look at my with very confused and horrified looks. lol
I now want this. Make this a thing.
@majorphysics3669 2 yıl önce
@@SnowdoniaHoneythorn its probably not that expensive...
You need airflow for dehydration, if there’s no airflow and it’s covered in salt it’s called salt pickling. You might want to try again next year by filling them with the silica and then surrounding them with fans to help evaporate the liquid. Just a thought.
@toxicginger9936 2 yıl önce
@driverjayne 2 yıl önce
You could fit a pumpkin in a dehydrator if you got a big one
@mlougee3172 2 yıl önce
Damp rid
@sweethoneycomb392 2 yıl önce
@@driverjayne maybe small pumpkin:3c
@TorianCarrConn80 2 yıl önce
I'm pretty sure you even have to have your oven open a tiny bit so the moist air can escape there too, if you use the oven on low heat. I read about that for making beef jerky.
@dreamjayme11 2 yıl önce
Katelyn sawing into a pumpkin with a power tool while standing on a stool was absolutely nerve-racking. Safety y’all
@svps169 2 yıl önce
You should check out Ray Villafane, a famous pumpkin carving artist. He petrifies some of his pieces of art so they last longer. He also shows other methods of preservation if you're curious 😉
This was really fun to watch! I hope if they try this again next year they do a bit more research into dehydration lol
@rusu6975 2 yıl önce
Although maybe a bit pricey, a solution for the pumpkins losing their initial shape might be carving smaller pumpkins and drying them in an improvised/home-made freeze dryer.
@sashabarnett8402 2 aylar önce
I hope we get another pumpkin video this year!
@cafffy 2 yıl önce
I did not realise how much I had missed hearing “science adjacent with Evan and Katelyn YEAH”
@ladonnayoung676 2 yıl önce
I love your scientific objective, "We are going to get what we get!". When you follow the science how can you go wrong.
@DakkyW 2 yıl önce
If you guys have large enough equipment, a freeze-dried version of the dehydration experiment would be cool to try too
@Saezimmerman Yıl önce
I think Katelyn should have known that “Surprise Me” would not really work out. ;-) (Also, Evan’s delight in the word eviscerate is frighteningly relatable)
Would be great to get a third attempt, regardless of how Bean does, implementing the learned dehydration lessons.
@shodri6634 Yıl önce
I think the ideal would have been to place them in buckets, drill small holes in the base to drain the liquid, since being sealed in plastic bags, the "sweat" has nowhere to escape and is kept in the same bag, that is why despite being on salt and dehydrated, they again absorb the moisture trapped in the bag, that is why they were soggy and mold appeared at one point too.
@missingsunstone 2 yıl önce
“Can Resin Preserve a Pumpkin Carving?” was literally my first introduction to you guys. I don’t think I’ve ever laughed so much in my life that video was hilarious. It’s great to see all this come to a full circle. Thank you guys for the wonderful content you create. You two are an absolute joy and I can’t wait to see what the following year brings. Thank you for filling this past year of my life with so much happiness. Take care and have a wonderful day! :)
@EvanAndKatelyn 2 yıl önce
Thank you!!
@Kona120 2 yıl önce
My first introduction was the mood ring toilet seat…….. I was like..:”Yep. I’ll love this channel.”
I was introduced to these two by William Osman
@akalegos_ 2 yıl önce
Given how long Bean survived in resin, I wonder if you could resin a pumpkin during its glory days, make a mould out of it and make a resin (galaxy) pumpkins that doesn’t look artificial
@Silversky627 2 yıl önce
I would suggest if you do it again next year, put it upside down in the salt and definitely have either silica or drain holes. I think that might help with the shrinkage as well as it will be supported by the salt on the inside and out.
@m_materias8751 5 aylar önce
I hope they do another one this year! It's so much fun!!
@edersouza3783 2 yıl önce
SLAKED LIME is used in the preparation of a pumpkin-based dessert. It reacts with the pumpkin creating a crisp exterior around the pumpkin piece.
@brennaparker1200 2 yıl önce
One thing to consider is that mummies were made in warm DRY environments. A key component is constantly blowing air... a giant food dryer comes to mind.
@Serenityyyyy. 2 yıl önce
I think keeping the pumpkins tied up in the heat, sealing in all that moisture was the failing factor. I think the salt would work if the water got to evaporate away from the pumpkin, and maybe in a cooler environment 🤔
@IonIsFalling7217 2 yıl önce
Yeah, I agree. Putting things in sealed black plastic is a recipe for rot
I guess they need to make sure there is a way for the pumpkin to drain
@bennydreamly 2 yıl önce
@sil7062 2 yıl önce
Yea, but it'd probably work better wrapped in thin cheese cloth, putting it in an cool dry environment outdoors and filled with powdered salt instead of rock salt to cover every square inch. If you reference from body preservation it makes sense :)
@ryanmetzger8689 2 yıl önce
To prevent the shrinking, you could put curved armiture wire, or some thick gauge steel wire to give it a sort of skeleton
@LifeAvoiding Yıl önce
Can’t wait for this year’s pumpkin preservation attempt!! Are you guys going to research this year, or are we still going with the “think of idea and wing it until it works” aka “make, fail, make, fail, make” haha
@bagandbroad 2 yıl önce
I’m also super grossed out by pumpkins because of a rotten pumpkin experience. Nice to feel validated and understood 😂
@NightWolfx03 2 yıl önce
I think it would be neat to see one encased in a cube of resin, or maybe use a smaller on for such things
@llion2806 2 yıl önce
Here are my suggestions for the next halloween pumpkin experiment: 1) Use a cardboard to surround the circumference of the pumpkin inside the trash bag. Make it like a chimney so that the most of the salt will not just be under the pumpkin. 2) Don't close the trash bag when drying because moisture can't escape and just accelerates the rotting process.
@tacofoxxo 2 yıl önce
The fact that Katelyn was wearing the camp ua shirt was amazing but also them smacking the pumpkins and other stuff had me thinking if they were gonna quote Mark and say "ArE yOu ClOsE!?"
@The_Oniest 2 yıl önce
I love her shirt ❤️❤️❤️
@madm1115 2 yıl önce
LMAO YAH I loved UA :’)
@princelucy2699 2 yıl önce
Yes I know right
@madysondixon5576 2 yıl önce
@ween4501 2 yıl önce
Bro i was having an internal freak out when i saw the shirt
@gerwiggin 2 yıl önce
I'm on the first 5 minutes and can't stop laughing at how disgusted by pumpkins you guys are, carve the "bowels" out (I do that with a large spoon) and you can toast the seeds and make a great soup with the rest, it is not disgusting at all! 🤣
@kaveh.. Yıl önce
i love roasted pumpkin seeds!! my parents and i used to make them every time we would carve pumpkins
@Apotatonamedcraig 2 yıl önce
I haven’t watched the vid yet, but my heart dropped when I saw Katelyn wearing Unus Annus merch! NOW I LOVE YALL EVEN MORE! ❤️❤️❤️ Edit: also I just realized I’m wearing my Unus Annus split hoodie 😂
@mel-overthinks Yıl önce
I came to say this!!!!
@MelisaT. Aylar önce
I love their designs
@FlowieTheGhost Yıl önce
You think they would ever try out the craft carve able pumpkins?? I would love to see what Evan and Katelyn could do with them 😆
@michellev2194 2 yıl önce
Maybe you could just cast next years pumpkin in silicone and make your own completely resin (probably hollow) and keep him forever.
@DKannji 2 yıl önce
This whole time my brain is going; Dr. Doofenshmirtz: A pumpkin? Katelyn carves her pumpkin. Dr. Doofenshmirtz: Perry the Pumpkin?
@Ace_the_lil_duck 2 yıl önce
At first I though she might say Perry the Pumpkin
@bogumilhass8571 2 yıl önce
Yeah same here
@AliyaJanai 2 yıl önce
I'm so glad I'm not alone in this 🤣
@ShadowHat Yıl önce
I look forward to the next pumpkin mummification with a hint of resin video! May I suggest twice as much resen so eaven if the pumpkin starts to rot it will be locked in its resin prison. 🌸
@Layorgenla 2 yıl önce
My friends and I went to a pumpkin patch this year and got 7 pumpkins among 5 of us, I carved a large green one and I was done within minutes because it was a wonder to cut and gut. It's still the most intact out of all of the pumpkins which I've neglected to throw out yet since they're all too damn beautiful
@dominicodematte Yıl önce
How is this channel so wholesome but not at the same time?
@JamieKHoppe 2 yıl önce
A trick I learned a couple years ago was to cut a hole in the bottom and gut the pumpkin that way so that you're not struggling to put the lid back on, you just set it right side up on the base. Maybe consider doing that next time and having something inside him, like a rod or something, to make sure he doesn't collapse, and dehydrate that bottom chunk separately? Using the drill to gut and carve your pumpkin was absolute genius, btw.
Here a very handy tip for those who crave pumpkins. Instead of going from the top carve the bottom open it makes it way easier to scoop out out all the pumpkin guts and seeds.
@QuIqUe190m 2 yıl önce
Pumpkin seeds are actually a delicious snack when roasted and salted. It always saddens me when people just throw them away in the trash :(
@ez3748 2 yıl önce
@@steviesteveo1 i think the ones sold for carving aren't bred to be very tasty? could be wrong though
@alexrea3493 2 yıl önce
Sorry, I am lazy 😅
@iancarry 2 yıl önce
spotted the easter european :D ... (love the pumpkin seeds as well :)
@SG-vy1lk 2 yıl önce
@@steviesteveo1 No, actually canned pumpkin is a squash. Not at all the same kind of pumpkin.
@SG-vy1lk 2 yıl önce
@@steviesteveo1 it’s pretty gross in comparison to what people think is pumpkin. Like canned “pumpkin” is a diff vegetable completely.
@TheQueenOfSheba 6 aylar önce
Evan being horrified by “human jerky” and also saying “I don’t have my wallet on you.” 😂
@notnoahreal Yıl önce
can't wait for this to become a tradition every halloween
@h2ovilleed Yıl önce
I’ve never seen a more gutted pumpkin. I’m genuinely impressed
You guys were on the right track about how dehydrating fruit with salt works - what happens is that sodium draws out water but won't absorb it on its own, you either need something else in the bag to absorb the water, to remove the water manually, or allow the water to evaporate. dehydration is also a very slow process (as you guys learned here) no matter the method used
@autumnrose5111 2 yıl önce
You guys should do a buy vs DIY on a cat tree, especially the more decorative/elaborate cat trees (clouds, leaves, etc) and Joob preference can be the final test to declare the winner!
@shaunacorrigan9372 2 yıl önce
I kinda wanna be there with the accountant doing E&K's taxes, going over receipts and hearing how Evan justifies things as business expenses 😂
@Argom42 Yıl önce
If you guys ever do this again, might I suggest some holes in the bottom of the pumpkins? It would let the excess water/salt out and dry them out pretty well c:
@egsmithart 2 yıl önce
This might be hard/expensive to find a way to do, but I vote that next year they try freeze drying them and see how that works.
@ClarissaMeyer Yıl önce
I wonder if we will see another attempt this year.
@riley_nichole 2 yıl önce
I just love how they are using power tools to carve pumpkins 🎃
@beccalami4967 Yıl önce
If you guys attempt this again. I would highly recommend using silica gel instead of salt.
@BluePanda37 2 yıl önce
I feel like youll have to keep trying to perfect this experiment until the end of time. I would like to see you guys buy a real dehydrator and use it on the pumpkins, also trying to make a block of resin with suspended pumpkins in it.
@MazzaCheewanich Yıl önce
Love Katelyn' s design, super cute! All I wish is you kept the seed and baked it. Good snack after pumpkin carving.
@mewgreen1776 Yıl önce
I think this year for resin pumpkin you guys should do the mini pumpkins resin test it be much easier to dry plus applying resin much easier BUT …. Design or craving may pose a challenge IT JUST IDEA
@talayagiles 2 yıl önce
Katelyn! I love the bangs! You two should make color changing makeup brushes 🤩
@DJlegionuk Yıl önce
Katelyn was on form in this video, her reactions made me laugh so much.
@katiek829 Yıl önce
Ok, idea for next year (I guess this year? 2021): freeze drying. Theoretically all you have to do is freeze it and put it in the vacuum chamber. Maybe do some research on freeze drying methods. There’s tons of papers on it! You could also use liquid nitrogen to flash freeze the pumpkin which would preserve the cell structure, and reduce the sag/wrinkles.
@Adventurous-Emma 2 yıl önce
Next year do it with straight silica beads. Cover the whole pumpkin, then every few days swap out the silica to let it dry.
@aoarashi3025 2 yıl önce
Yeah, they should've swapped out the salt too.
@philtravis2093 2 yıl önce
@Wordsnwood 2 yıl önce
@angelwales9138 2 yıl önce
@@philtravis2093 YES!! that drove me nuts
@airsoftPCgaming 2 yıl önce
Or just spend a couple hundred for a big enough food dehydrator
@rawrels 2 yıl önce
Store them upside down with a chicken wire cage to hold in, add silica beads to a mesh bag inside to drag out moisture but it will be easier to remove and replace. Also, I wouldn't put it in a sealed container because the condensation will stay trapped. Just some thoughts :D
@tiago9977 2 yıl önce
I loved the editing in this video tbh. Their videos are always edited well (with the sound effects, voice overs, well timed zooms, flashbacks/clips, etc), but I especially enjoyed all the edits of Katelyn being brought over to Evan lol 28:04
@exana5023 Yıl önce
I’m watching all your videos, from top to bottom. love you two! ❤
@TheJensPeeters Yıl önce
What I would find really interesting is if you'd find someone with a big freeze dryer and freeze dried the next one. I am pretty sure it holds it's shape then and has the added bonus that the cells really want to absorb liquids. Putting it in an insane amount of resin and pulling a vaccum would in my opinion probably immortalize him or her
@briansuxxx 2 yıl önce
Evan and Katelyn are the type of couple you'd describe as being "a hoot"
@bennydreamly 2 yıl önce
Ah yes
@bananabot151 2 yıl önce
Absolutely LIVING for the camp UA shirt Katelyn! But I couldnt5 imagine you watching unus annus...you seem so innocent
@cryofpaine 2 yıl önce
The problem with dehydration is that plant cells are basically water balloons, and when you pull the water out, it's going to shrivel. So you would need something to help it hold its shape. One thing you can also try is after you dehydrate it, do a stabilizing dose of resin. Basically you dunk it in resin (I think there's a specific type) and use either vacuum or pressure (can't remember which) to force it into the structure of the pumpkin itself. You pull it out before it's set, because it should have infused the cellular structure. Let it set, then give it a final coating of resin. I've seen this a lot on wood turning channels where they use a wood base and resin with a diarama on top. Thry first infuse the wood with resin.
@lost4468yt 2 yıl önce
I wish you guys would redo Francis, but instead actually encase him in resin. Not just a few coats, but actually solid block of resin. If it would cost too much, maybe see if a resin company would support you?
@flatulentguy 2 yıl önce
for next year, 1 dehydrating needs air flow, freeze drying may be a better option 2 after drying, use stabilizing resin before regular resin
@mommakhajiit9317 2 yıl önce
First video I've seen of you guys and I absolutely love it. Especially the length. It was long but in a incredibly entertaining way! Definitely going to watch some more videos 🥰
@matthewray6008 2 yıl önce
I'm always so proud of Evan when he remembers to turn on the camera for the second angle. Good job Evan. You get a sticker
@artsysmartsy271 Yıl önce
I can’t wait for this year‘s pumpkin experiment it’s probably going to be perfect 👌
@jasminsullivan7415 2 yıl önce
I think that silica beads would work better since they absorb while the salt does something similar to the process of salt on ice. When added to ice, salt first dissolves in the film of liquid water that is always present on the surface, thereby lowering its freezing point below the ices temperature. Ice in contact with salty water therefore melts, creating more liquid water, which dissolves more salt, thereby causing more ice to melt, and so on. That’s probably why there was lots of liquid even though you kept adding salt. Edit: Or you could resin the outside right after you carve, then, dry out the inside then resin it.
@hayesh4 Yıl önce
I really hope we get another update on the pumpkin and that we get another pumpkin video this Halloween.
@amandawarren9839 2 yıl önce
Honestly, I love these videos. If anyone can figure out how to preserve that perfectly carved pumpkin, itll be you guys.
@invisiblue3212 2 yıl önce
After reading all the suggestions in the comments, I cant wait to see if they try again next year. I hope so! 🤞
“What are mummies but human jerky, really.” -Katelyn I nearly spit my food out when she said that🤣
@JashinsMagpie 2 yıl önce
*16th century Europeans have entered the chat*
@driverjayne 2 yıl önce
I was going to eat that mummy!
@elorapresnal1499 2 yıl önce
Can I get this embroidered on a pillow?
@@elorapresnal1499 yes! Or I need a shirt that says it!🤣
@joyjellyface4231 2 yıl önce
Hey guys, just wanted to let you know, i always appreciate your content, super entertaining and fun! Whether arts or crafts, successes and fails, it always turns out great and is a recipe for a good time.
I'm pretty sure the first video of yours I ever watched was your first forever pumpkins attempt, so this is really special to me!
@yudaniknows 2 yıl önce
Make small resin pumpkin decorative bowls. My idea is to cut a small pumpkin in half vertically and then dehydrate them (which will hopefully be easier 'cause they're smaller), and cover then in resin :) And I know you can't eat out of them 'cause that's a no-no
Hello. I enjoy your content a lot. Can really brighten up a gloomy day keep it up. I peeped this vid and was thinking you should try using silica crystals to dry the pumpkin.. Idk that would be interesting to see if it would work.
I've already watched this video so many times I don't even know anymore and I just want to say that your videos always help me stay positive even if it's just for the rest of the day. There was some really negative things that happened to me in October 2021 and these videos helped me put a smile on my face, that's what I'm mainly trying to say. Keep it up Evan and Katelyn!!
@tylociraptor8131 2 yıl önce
I love how Katelyn edits in the rest of Evan's sentences that he forgets to say. I do that so much as well I wish someone would do tha tfor me LOL
@spencercoots 2 aylar önce
If you find a way to completely, or as close as you can, dehydrate your pumpkin, maybe stabilizing them initially, and then putting on external resin might work.
I think you should try this again this year but this time also drill a hole in the bottom of the pumpkins for extra drainage!
@jasminsullivan7415 2 yıl önce
I think that silica beads would work better since they absorb while the salt does something similar to the process of salt on ice. When added to ice, salt first dissolves in the film of liquid water that is always present on the surface, thereby lowering its freezing point below the ices temperature. Ice in contact with salty water therefore melts, creating more liquid water, which dissolves more salt, thereby causing more ice to melt, and so on. That’s probably why there was lots of liquid even though you kept adding salt.
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