Isn't it lovely? All you have to do is tape a peice of white tissue paper onto a peice of regular paper and print onto it. You could do whatever you want! Our house isn't a big fan of carving pumpkins, especially since it makes a HUGE mess and the pumpkins deteriorate so fast post carving. Anyway, after printing, cut out your shape. Take a little bit of Elmer's glue and mix it with some water, then paint a small part of the pumpkin. Place your paper on it and then brush your glue mixture over the top. Let it dry and viola! You have a beautiful pumpkin. I'm not sure how these will stand up against rain and weather, but ours are on the porch where it's protected.