A tradition that has become an international phenomenon

For 35 years, Jeanette Paras has been creating giant celebrity pumpkins in the studio (aka ‘garage’) of her Dublin, Ohio home. It is a labor of love, a passion and a Halloween tradition … that has become an international phenomenon.

Taylor SwiftKin!

It’s Taylor SwiftKin’s world. We’re just borrowing space in it. See how this 399-pound pumpkin comes to life in this time-lapse video.

From CBS’ James Corden

Fast fowarding to the six-minute mark to hear what CBS’ James Corden has to say about Jeanette’s 2022 giant celebrity pumpkin display.

Kardashian + Targaryen = The Targashians

After 30+ years, two iconic American shows are depicted in…pumpkins. See how Kim KardashiKin and James CordKin are made with this behind-the-scenes look at the pumpkinizing process.

Believe…in Ted LassoKin

At 705 pounds, Ted LassoKin is the largest pumpkin ever to land on Jeanette’s porch. Ted Lasso (the TV show) has become a cultural phenomenon with its short but powerful message: Believe. Here’s a behind-the-scenes look at the pumpkinizing process.

All About the Ears

Baby YodaKin is bigger than his name leads you to think. Not only does he weigh in at 451 pounds but he is almost 10 feet wide from ear to ear. See BabyYodaKin come to life in this minute-long video.

Hours of Painting in 90 Seconds

RudyKin and The Joker come to life in another time-lapse video of the pumpkinizing process – with just a hint of madness at the end.

Got A Minute? Sure You Do.

Take a look at the pumpkinizing process in this time-lapse video of Jeanette painting PumpYEkin. Seven hours of work encapsulated in 80 seconds.

Pumpkinizing 2017

Here is the first-ever “behind the scenes” look at how the ‘pumpkinizing’ is done in Jeanette’s studio. PumpKim Jong Un and the Annoyed Minion come to life in this time-lapse video.

In 2016, Donald Trumpkin returned and this time, he brought friends. Hillary Clintkin and Vladimir Putkin are here with the Trumpkin to remind you that every vote counts.

Paras Pumpkins in the media