Explore ideas on some funny-looking pumpkins by simply turning them on their side and using the stems as noses.
If you are tempted to open up a few of your candy bags early and steal a couple of pieces to create this adorable house outfitted with gum drops, peppermints, candy corn then we will wholeheartedly support you in your mission!
This halloween draw inspiration from your little feline friend. Rather than using a knife, you can easily drill the shapes into your pumpkin.
Celebrate the Summer of Love all the way into October with this boho, no-carve pumpkin design.
Magic up this not-too-scary witch for your front porch using a faux pumpkin and all those cute dollar store craft supplies. Create a friendly witch to welcome Halloween guests to keep mischief-makers at bay.
Halloween's almost here, and it's time to get carving! Get your craft supplies ready to draw inspiration for pumpkin carving.
Carve an opening out of the top or bottom of the pumpkin and scoop out the seeds. Replace the cutout and et voila!
Perfect idea for the family that wants to make a big statement without spending a ton of time and money creating a halloween themed design. All you have to do is paint your pumpkin bright pink (or any color you want). Then make holes for the eyes and mouth and pop in some giant faux flowers and scary fake teeth!
This craft pairs materials from your own yard and is one of our favorites from the list. Check out the details on how you can make one of these.
It’s the catchphrase of the halloween season. Play it up, pumpkin style.
This no-carve technique is as easy as it gets. Start by painting your pumpkin black and let it dry completely. Then, wrap a decorative lace stocking around the pumpkin and add a coating of silver spray paint. Let dry and then see the magic of transformation.
Happy shark pumpkin carving stencil.
Use a U-shaped carving tool to make this pumpkin carving idea of a friendly bat taking flight. We know right - it's spook-cute!
Light up the party with a spooky trail of spiders. Bent pipe cleaners bring to mind hairy tarantula legs when attached to mini pumpkins.
Look no further for non-tacky Halloween party decor to dress up your party night. These DIY vampire candles, complete with fangs and "blood," make for a spook-tacular holiday craft that will make your party a blast.
These are simple to DIY and are a major conversation starter.
Create a Halloween front porch design that screams "Party!" Follow the lead and throw a few white-and-black pumpkins into the mix to balance the color and add movement to the design.
Robot pumpkin carving stencil.
Statement accessories like cat-eye glasses, a top hat, and earrings give this family of pumpkins some serious style and fun time.
Go the extra mile and give your pumpkin head an accompanying torso. A second squash also provides extra decorating opportunities, like this adorable bow tie.
Make trick-or-treaters do a double take with this creepy pumpkin design. Check the tutorial on how to make this spooky carving this halloween.
Scaredy cat pumpkin carving stencil.
With highlighter, draw tall rectangle mouth, teeth and smile lines on butternut squash. Okay we confess that they will look way more scarier than we thought.