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Shrine for Pumpkin

In October, 2014, we picked up a new dog from our local county animal shelter. Shortly after the adoption, Barb began work on the origin story of our latest family member. This evolved into a two-foot high shrine to Pumpkin. The three-story structure includes four scenes of her early life. Included on the all-wood structure are arched openings, ornate railings, clapboard siding and a shingled roof with a widow's walk.

 

Status: This piece was a labor of love and is now a family heirloom.

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Front side of the Shrine for Pumpkin. By Pie in the Kisser Studio.

Front side of the Shrine for Pumpkin shows the first two scenes in her early life.

View of the back of the Shrine for Pumpkin shows two additional scenes of her early life with us.

View of the back of the Shrine for Pumpkin. By Pie in the Kisser Studio.
The first scene in the Shrine for Pumpkin shows her asleep in the forest. A panel states, "Pumpkin was lost." By Pie in the Kisser Studio.

The first scene in the Shrine for Pumpkin shows her when she was lost and sleeping in the forest.

The second scene in the Shrine for Pumpkin shows her in a cage. A panel reads, "Caught by Animal Control." By Pie in the Kisser Studio.

The second scene depicts Pumpkin alone in a cage at the animal shelter.

Shrine for Pumpkin, third scene, shows her coming home after being adopted. A panel reads, "A happy new home." By Pie in the Kisser Studio.

The third scene in the Shrine for Pumpkin depicts her coming home after being adopted.

Shrine for Pumpkin, fourth scene, shows Pumpkin asleep under a pink blanket. A panel says, "Sweet dreams." By Pie in the Kisser Studio.

The final scene in the Shrine for Pumpkin shows her sleeping under a pink blanket in her bed. (Note: Her bed doesn‘t really look like this.)

The top floor of the Shrine for Pumpkin contains a crescent moon and stars. By Pie in the Kisser Studio.

The top floor of the Shrine for Pumpkin displays the moon and stars.

Our adopted dog, Pumpkin, is completely focused on you.

Here is the latest member of our family, Pumpkin. She is giving you her undivided attention.

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Lizard Landline Phone

Dancing Sardines

Looka You Cameras

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Lyle Lovett Homage

Beatnik Hand Mixers

Gordon Enjoyed

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Puzzleboxes

Pumpkin Shrine

Doors of Paradise

Tiny Treasure Boxes

Insidious Jigsaw Puzzles

Parallel Parking

Make a Statement Signs

Crab and ’Stache Spinners

Fish Totem

Link to Bird Totem details.

Bird Totem

Link to "Buffalo Bill" Cody details.

“Buffalo Bill” Cody

Link to Fidget Spinner details.

Fidget Spinners

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