Long before pumpkins were ever used at Halloween there was the turnip lantern, a tradition that started in Europe. Carved out turnips faces were used to represent the dead at Samhain, Halloween (All Hallow’s Eve) and Trauliicht gët Gebrannt

We’d love to see your turnip and pumpkin lanterns on our facebook page and we’ll share the best ones with everyone.

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