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Pumpkin Carving Designs for Halloween

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Cool Pumpkin Carving Designs

A few weeks ago, I provided tips for pumpkin carving designs. But I hope you didn’t carve your pumpkin back then because it would be rotten by now.

To get in the holiday spirit, we bought pumpkins a couple of weeks ago and I had to toss them today because they were rotting. Luckily, we waited until just a couple of days ago to carve a Jack o’ Lantern. We didn’t use any fancy pumpkin carving design patterns. Instead, we had our girls draw up patterns and then my husband did his best to replicate them.

But if you haven’t yet gotten around to carving your pumpkin, it’s not too late. And if you’re looking for some cool free pumpkin carving designs, look no further…

If you want a celebrity pumpkin, you can download free celebrity pumpkin stencils at Better Homes and Gardens. Who wouldn’t want a pumpkin carved like President Obama, Sarah Palin or Oprah Winfrey?

History Channel also provides some cool pumpkin carving patterns, including some spooky classics as well as some more intricate designs (like Mount Rushmore or the Statue of Liberty!)

Family Kitchen recently did a round-up of the best free pumpkin templates on the web, including free Disney-themed pumpkin stencils and has other pumpin carving design ideas here.

What do you plan to carve into your pumpkin this year? Sarah Palin, Mickey Mouse or President Obama? Why not all three?

 

Download more templates for creative Pumpkin Carving Ideas!

 

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photo: flickr/bernard_in_va

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