It’s that time of year when the ghouls get ghoulish, the devils get devious, and the ghosts get spooky. Yes, it’s Halloween people! Last time I posted a series of Free Pumpkin Carving Patterns for your downloading spooky pleasure. Or try these Extreme Pumpkins: Diabolical Do-It-Yourself Designs or 20 Extreme Pumpkin Carving Designs (from Frightful to Fabulous) if you want more of a pumpkin carving challenge.
Due to popular request (you can stop emailing me now), I’ve used my pumpkin carving prowess to make pumpkin faces! So go ahead and carve a bat, paint a Jack O’Lantern, or get freaky with a Frankenstein face. These pumpkin stencils range from easy to challenging, so pick your favorite face and get carving! I’ve even included a Marilyn Monroe pattern for those looking to throw a more stylish Halloween party.
|Download: Vampire Bat (PDF)||Download: Frankenstein (PDF)|
|Download: Marilyn Monroe (PDF)||Download: Bow Tie (PDF)|
|Download: Evil Devil (PDF)||Download: Ghost (PDF)|
|Download: Happy Jack (PDF)||Download: Classic Jack (PDF)|
Download these free pumpkin stencils, carve a few pumpkin faces, and have a Happy Halloween!
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Pumpkin Carving Stencil Instructions:
- Download and print the pumpkin stencil you like best.
- Use scissors to remove the black area of the stencil. Leave the white space free from scissor marks.
- Trim and make small incisions in the stencil. This helps it to lay flat on the face of the pumpkin. Tape the edges of the stencil to the pumpkin.
- Transfer the pattern by tracing a marker or pen along the stencil. Alternatively, poke holes along the pattern with a tool or needle. Remove stencil.
- Prepare your pumpkin by removing the top or base. Remove the pulp and seeds.
- Using a sharp knife carve a scary face! See How to Carve a Pumpkin for some scary tips!
When picking your pumpkin from the patch be sure to select a squash that suits the stencil. Some patterns work better on rounder, squarer, or taller pumpkins.
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