Can you believe that someone actually got paid to write this for Yahoo! Makers? When I read this, I thought it was a third-grader’s homework.
I wouldn’t point out the location of that comma in relation to the quotation mark if it were the only issue in this “article.” (In the U.S., a comma goes before a closing quotation mark.) But then I bumped up against what I think is supposed to be Styrofoam.
But the instructions are really the best of the worst here. After I’ve cut my top off (which I do somehow after I’ve carved out my pumpkin), I have to insert my skull in that stringy mess. No thanks. I won’t be poking holes with an awl (which for some reason the writer thinks is a proper noun) and I won’t be inserting anything “as to reflect” anything.
This is just a sloppy, embarrassing mess for the writer, the editor (if there was one), the management whose standards are so low that this got published, and the company that employs those people.