Creative pumpkin carving expert makes millions, says he can’t take credit for it

Creative pumpkin artisans are making a killing these days, but one creative pumpkin carving specialist is taking the whole thing too far. 

 The BBC reports that a man from Bristol, England, is making millions of pounds each year from a unique and highly-customisable carving tool. 

He’s also selling the tools online for a hefty price. 

But he claims to have no involvement in the creation of the products. 

“I make my own tools and make my designs myself,” he said. 

The man, who goes by the online name BristolCookieMan, said that he began making the carving tools more than 20 years ago and had sold his original ones to other artists.

“I am making a living as an artist and a pumpkin carving machine maker and have always loved the idea of the craft,” he told the BBC. 

In an interview with the BBC, he said he had been working on the tools for about five years and was now making a “very, very big fortune”. 

“In order to survive, you need to be able to make a living and I do that as an apprentice.”

He says he made his first tool in 2004, and the next year bought a second, selling them for £30. “

I want to do something good for people, for my community and the environment.” 

He says he made his first tool in 2004, and the next year bought a second, selling them for £30. 

Now he says he has sold a total of 100 tools and has more than a million orders. 

Bastille’s Pumpkin Caster A similar story is unfolding in France, where Pumpkin Caster, a Paris-based craftsperson, sells its first products online and says he sells around 15,000 a month. 

Its chief executive, Jean-Philippe Chambre, told Le Parisien newspaper: “We have had so many customers who want us to make more and we do not have the money.” 

Pumping his hand It’s not the first time he’s claimed to be a “maker”. 

He was featured in the documentary Famous Pumpkin Maker in 2007 and claimed to have made up to 100,000 pumpkin carving tools in the last 20 years. 

However, he denies any involvement in creating the products and said the BBC should have contacted him first.

“This is a fraud,” he wrote on his Facebook page.

“It’s nonsense.” 

A spokesperson for, a website offering pumpkin carving, said it had not received any complaints. 

They also say that they had received “no complaints from customers” on the site. 

Puzzlingly, they say that if customers had contacted them directly about a fake pumpkin carving company, they would have “detailed all the relevant facts and we would have immediately reported it to law enforcement”. 

(Image: BBC)Pumpkins are among the most expensive fruits in the world and one can make an enormous amount of money from them. 

And they’re so versatile they can be carved in different ways, like a pumpkin-studded cake, or even a pumpkin cake topped with whipped cream and topped with a cookie. 

These products have been selling for years, but there’s still a lot to learn about the craft. 

How to carve a pumpkin and other Halloween treats The Pumpkin Caker’s website claims to be “a true one-of-a-kind” carving machine and says that it is “perfect for carving pumpkin, apples, pears, carrots, and a host of other edible vegetables”. 

But the company’s website says that the Cookie Man only makes two tools, the first of which is a carving machine. 

What it says is that the second is a “machined, customized machine” that can produce “millions of pumpkin carving marks”. 

A “customized” machine is a fancy term for a machine that only produces one thing. 

It means it has to be specially-made for a particular task. 

A tool is the most basic type of tool and the most common type of machine used in home kitchens. 

To create a custom-made tool, the artist or designer uses the tools to carve something, then uses a combination of water, wax, metal and glass to create a permanent, detailed mark. 

For a pumpkin, a “mark” is usually a simple, black line, usually made from wax or metal. 

(A mark is the name given to a carving tool by the artist, but it’s not a perfect representation of how a pumpkin looks.) 

If the carving tool can’t make the mark, it is sold as a fake and is often mistaken for a real pumpkin. 

If a fake tool can make a mark, then the original maker is often blamed. Custom