Pluck A Pumpkin – Pumpkin Carving Pattern

Pluck A Pumpkin Pumpkin Carving Pattern

Pluck A Pumpkin Pumpkin Carving Pattern

I’d love to see a tree that grins back at me!

Here are some helpful Pumpkin Carving Tips to help bring your Halloween Masterpiece to LIFE! (Link to the Pumpkin Carving Download is below the Tips.)

Pumpkin Carving Tips #1
Pick out a great pumpkin!
Tip:Choosing a pumpkin with smooth skin, rather than deep ridges, will make applying a pattern so much easier! More bumps equal more hassle!
Pumpkin Carving Tips #4
Tape the pattern to the pumpkin while overlapping the tears.
Tip:Having trouble putting on the pattern? Before you tape it down, make several tears, about three inches apart, all around the outside edge of the pattern. When you tape it down, this will make the pattern form to your pumpkins rounded shape.
Pumpkin Carving Tips #7
Rub some white flour over the dots and watch the magic happen! Now you’re ready to carve!
Tip:If you’re having trouble viewing your poked out pattern, rub a little flour, cornstarch or baby powder into the dots. The dots will turn bright white and your design will practically pop off the pumpkin!

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Owl Be There For You – Pumpkin Carving Pattern

Owl Be There For You Pumpkin Carving Pattern

Owl be there for you…whether you want me to or not!

Here are some helpful Pumpkin Carving Tips to help bring your Halloween Masterpiece to LIFE! (Link to the Pumpkin Carving Download is below the Tips.)

Pumpkin Carving Tips #1
Pick out a great pumpkin!
Tip:Choosing a pumpkin with smooth skin, rather than deep ridges, will make applying a pattern so much easier! More bumps equal more hassle!
Pumpkin Carving Tips #4
Tape the pattern to the pumpkin while overlapping the tears.
Tip:Having trouble putting on the pattern? Before you tape it down, make several tears, about three inches apart, all around the outside edge of the pattern. When you tape it down, this will make the pattern form to your pumpkins rounded shape.
Pumpkin Carving Tips #7
Rub some white flour over the dots and watch the magic happen! Now you’re ready to carve!
Tip:If you’re having trouble viewing your poked out pattern, rub a little flour, cornstarch or baby powder into the dots. The dots will turn bright white and your design will practically pop off the pumpkin!

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New Neighbors – Pumpkin Carving Pattern

New Neighbors Pumpkin Carving Pattern

New Neighbors Pumpkin Carving Pattern

When it comes to neighbors, the more the merrier!

Here are some helpful Pumpkin Carving Tips to help bring your Halloween Masterpiece to LIFE! (Link to the Pumpkin Carving Download is below the Tips.)

Pumpkin Carving Tips #1
Pick out a great pumpkin!
Tip:Choosing a pumpkin with smooth skin, rather than deep ridges, will make applying a pattern so much easier! More bumps equal more hassle!
Pumpkin Carving Tips #4
Tape the pattern to the pumpkin while overlapping the tears.
Tip:Having trouble putting on the pattern? Before you tape it down, make several tears, about three inches apart, all around the outside edge of the pattern. When you tape it down, this will make the pattern form to your pumpkins rounded shape.
Pumpkin Carving Tips #7
Rub some white flour over the dots and watch the magic happen! Now you’re ready to carve!
Tip:If you’re having trouble viewing your poked out pattern, rub a little flour, cornstarch or baby powder into the dots. The dots will turn bright white and your design will practically pop off the pumpkin!

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Nevermore – Pumpkin Carving Pattern

Nevermore Pumpkin Carving Pattern

Nevermore Pumpkin Carving Pattern

Quoth the Raven…?

Here are some helpful Pumpkin Carving Tips to help bring your Halloween Masterpiece to LIFE! (Link to the Pumpkin Carving Download is below the Tips.)

Pumpkin Carving Tips #1
Pick out a great pumpkin!
Tip:Choosing a pumpkin with smooth skin, rather than deep ridges, will make applying a pattern so much easier! More bumps equal more hassle!
Pumpkin Carving Tips #4
Tape the pattern to the pumpkin while overlapping the tears.
Tip:Having trouble putting on the pattern? Before you tape it down, make several tears, about three inches apart, all around the outside edge of the pattern. When you tape it down, this will make the pattern form to your pumpkins rounded shape.
Pumpkin Carving Tips #7
Rub some white flour over the dots and watch the magic happen! Now you’re ready to carve!
Tip:If you’re having trouble viewing your poked out pattern, rub a little flour, cornstarch or baby powder into the dots. The dots will turn bright white and your design will practically pop off the pumpkin!

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In Fine Feather – Pumpkin Carving Pattern

In Fine Feather Pumpkin Carving Pattern

Clothes make the bird!

Here are some helpful Pumpkin Carving Tips to help bring your Halloween Masterpiece to LIFE! (Link to the Pumpkin Carving Download is below the Tips.)

Pumpkin Carving Tips #1
Pick out a great pumpkin!
Tip:Choosing a pumpkin with smooth skin, rather than deep ridges, will make applying a pattern so much easier! More bumps equal more hassle!
Pumpkin Carving Tips #4
Tape the pattern to the pumpkin while overlapping the tears.
Tip:Having trouble putting on the pattern? Before you tape it down, make several tears, about three inches apart, all around the outside edge of the pattern. When you tape it down, this will make the pattern form to your pumpkins rounded shape.
Pumpkin Carving Tips #7
Rub some white flour over the dots and watch the magic happen! Now you’re ready to carve!
Tip:If you’re having trouble viewing your poked out pattern, rub a little flour, cornstarch or baby powder into the dots. The dots will turn bright white and your design will practically pop off the pumpkin!

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Home Tweet Home – Pumpkin Carving Pattern

Home Tweet Home Pumpkin Carving Pattern

Home Tweet Home Pumpkin Carving Pattern

There’s no place better than home tweet home.

Here are some helpful Pumpkin Carving Tips to help bring your Halloween Masterpiece to LIFE! (Link to the Pumpkin Carving Download is below the Tips.)

Pumpkin Carving Tips #1
Pick out a great pumpkin!
Tip:Choosing a pumpkin with smooth skin, rather than deep ridges, will make applying a pattern so much easier! More bumps equal more hassle!
Pumpkin Carving Tips #4
Tape the pattern to the pumpkin while overlapping the tears.
Tip:Having trouble putting on the pattern? Before you tape it down, make several tears, about three inches apart, all around the outside edge of the pattern. When you tape it down, this will make the pattern form to your pumpkins rounded shape.
Pumpkin Carving Tips #7
Rub some white flour over the dots and watch the magic happen! Now you’re ready to carve!
Tip:If you’re having trouble viewing your poked out pattern, rub a little flour, cornstarch or baby powder into the dots. The dots will turn bright white and your design will practically pop off the pumpkin!

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Harvest Moon – Pumpkin Carving Pattern

Harvest Moon Pumpkin Carving Pattern

Harvest Moon Pumpkin Carving Pattern

“Everyone must take some time to sit and watch the leaves turn.” -Elizabeth Lawrence

Here are some helpful Pumpkin Carving Tips to help bring your Halloween Masterpiece to LIFE! (Link to the Pumpkin Carving Download is below the Tips.)

Pumpkin Carving Tips #1
Pick out a great pumpkin!
Tip:Choosing a pumpkin with smooth skin, rather than deep ridges, will make applying a pattern so much easier! More bumps equal more hassle!
Pumpkin Carving Tips #4
Tape the pattern to the pumpkin while overlapping the tears.
Tip:Having trouble putting on the pattern? Before you tape it down, make several tears, about three inches apart, all around the outside edge of the pattern. When you tape it down, this will make the pattern form to your pumpkins rounded shape.
Pumpkin Carving Tips #7
Rub some white flour over the dots and watch the magic happen! Now you’re ready to carve!
Tip:If you’re having trouble viewing your poked out pattern, rub a little flour, cornstarch or baby powder into the dots. The dots will turn bright white and your design will practically pop off the pumpkin!

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Early Bird – Pumpkin Carving Pattern

Early Bird Pumpkin Carving Pattern

Early Bird Pumpkin Carving Pattern

This little bird likes to fly by night!

Here are some helpful Pumpkin Carving Tips to help bring your Halloween Masterpiece to LIFE! (Link to the Pumpkin Carving Download is below the Tips.)

Pumpkin Carving Tips #1
Pick out a great pumpkin!
Tip:Choosing a pumpkin with smooth skin, rather than deep ridges, will make applying a pattern so much easier! More bumps equal more hassle!
Pumpkin Carving Tips #4
Tape the pattern to the pumpkin while overlapping the tears.
Tip:Having trouble putting on the pattern? Before you tape it down, make several tears, about three inches apart, all around the outside edge of the pattern. When you tape it down, this will make the pattern form to your pumpkins rounded shape.
Pumpkin Carving Tips #7
Rub some white flour over the dots and watch the magic happen! Now you’re ready to carve!
Tip:If you’re having trouble viewing your poked out pattern, rub a little flour, cornstarch or baby powder into the dots. The dots will turn bright white and your design will practically pop off the pumpkin!

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Crop Keeper – Pumpkin Carving Pattern

Crop Keeper Pumpkin Carving Pattern

The Crop Keeper was the Scarecrow King! He had gnarled vines for arms that ended in pointed curling tendrils. He wore a ragged, torn shirt from the last kid he caught!

I never saw the point of most of the scarecrows I saw in the gardens around our small town. They were “cutesy.” Rosy cheeked. A silly grin slapped on their stuffed faces. What proper crow would allow themselves to be scared by such a silly clown?

The crows were too smart for that and used those scarecrows like we do a park bench on a sunny day. I thought their cawing was just their way at laughing at us!

But while a garden seems like a bird’s cheerful eatery, the rows and rows of corn seemed like a better feast. Although I still love corn on the cob, you couldn’t pay me enough to venture into those cornfields, esp. once the stalks had dried in the fall and all the corn was gone. The stalks would rustle and creek in the wind. I just knew that all sorts of horrible creatures could be found within…all guarded by the Crop Keeper!

The Crop Keeper was the Scarecrow King! He had gnarled vines for arms that ended in pointed curling tendrils. He wore a ragged, torn shirt from the last kid he caught! His hat was all the last farmer left behind on the day he “disappeared.” The Crop Keeper would float through the rows of corn, moving with the wind rustling in the leaves so you couldn’t hear him coming before it’s too late. Now that’s the kind of scarecrow that would keep the crows away! And everyone else, too!

Pro Tips: Want to up the creep factor of this pattern?

1. The Crop Keeper’s shirt should look torn and ragged. Feel free to add a few more cuts along the edges to make it look more worn.

2. There are three pumpkins sitting on the ground. Make them look like little minions by giving them slanted, angry eyes and a wicked grin to match their master!

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Cat Tree – Pumpkin Carving Pattern

Cat Tree Pumpkin Carving Pattern

Cat Tree Pumpkin Carving Pattern

Every home needs one of these, and lots of cats to fill it!

Here are some helpful Pumpkin Carving Tips to help bring your Halloween Masterpiece to LIFE! (Link to the Pumpkin Carving Download is below the Tips.)

Pumpkin Carving Tips #1
Pick out a great pumpkin!
Tip:Choosing a pumpkin with smooth skin, rather than deep ridges, will make applying a pattern so much easier! More bumps equal more hassle!
Pumpkin Carving Tips #4
Tape the pattern to the pumpkin while overlapping the tears.
Tip:Having trouble putting on the pattern? Before you tape it down, make several tears, about three inches apart, all around the outside edge of the pattern. When you tape it down, this will make the pattern form to your pumpkins rounded shape.
Pumpkin Carving Tips #7
Rub some white flour over the dots and watch the magic happen! Now you’re ready to carve!
Tip:If you’re having trouble viewing your poked out pattern, rub a little flour, cornstarch or baby powder into the dots. The dots will turn bright white and your design will practically pop off the pumpkin!

TO DOWNLOAD PAGE