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Tomas Gregg, a volunteer who has worked with the Bloomington Creative Glass Center for seven years, demonstrates how a crackle effect is achieved on some of the pumpkins at the Great Glass Pumpkin Patch on Saturday morning on the Monroe County Courthouse lawn. The crackle effect uses two layers of glass to create the two-tone effect. Emily Eckelbarger

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Tomas Gregg, a volunteer who has worked with the Bloomington Creative Glass Center for seven years, demonstrates how a crackle effect is achieved on some of the pumpkins at the Great Glass Pumpkin Patch on Saturday morning on the Monroe County Courthouse lawn. The crackle effect uses two layers of glass to create the two-tone effect.

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