Pentagram Shaved – Pumpkin Carving Pattern

Pentagram Etched Pumpkin Carving Pattern

Pentagram Etched Pumpkin Carving Pattern

A pentagram symbolizes Earth, Air, Fire, Water and Spirit.

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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Fire Symbol – Pumpkin Carving Pattern

Fire Symbol Pumpkin Carving Pattern

Fire Symbol – Pumpkin Carving Pattern

The element of Fire rules the South, igniting creativity and passion.

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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Splish Splash – Pumpkin Carving Pattern

Splish Splash Pumpkin Carving Pattern

Splish Splash Pumpkin Carving Pattern

Don’t you just love a warm bath at the end of the day?

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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Some Like It Hot – Pumpkin Carving Pattern

Some Like It Hot Pumpkin Carving Pattern

Some Like It Hot Pumpkin Carving Pattern

Turn up the heat!

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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Dinner Guest – Pumpkin Carving Pattern

Dinner Guest Pumpkin Carving Pattern

Dinner Guest Pumpkin Carving Pattern

This guy would love to serve you for dinner!

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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An Old Flame – Pumpkin Carving Pattern

And the firelight gives us a chance to “warm our bones.” So then, why are bones so scary? I think skulls are creepy good in their gothic starkness…but send one after me, clacking its teeth to bite? I’m outta there!

I live for the classic “Happy Halloween.” Clever black cats, grinning pumpkins, stripe stockinged witches with a gleam in their eyes, and cauldrons FULL of candy just make my heart skip!

But just at the edge of the bonfire’s crackling light lies the edge of darkness. There live the sounds that go bump in the night. Autumn leaves that rustle from more than the wind. Shadows that wind through the trees under the moonlight. The darkness and its denizens give us the tingling up our spine, delighting all of us who love a good ghost story by the fire!

And the firelight gives us a chance to “warm our bones.” So then, why are bones so scary? I think skulls are creepy good in their gothic starkness…but send one after me, clacking its teeth to bite? I’m outta there! I see them clattering after me, creepy joints snapping and popping, a disjointed gait (pun intended) that catches up to me, reaching out long, bony fingers…….EEK! Now that’s the stuff of nightmares! And I take back everything I said about creepy goodness and I’m going back to guard the candy and leave the skeletons in the cemetery where they belong!

Pro Tips: This carving takes a little time, but a flickering light inside makes the flames dance and all the work worth it!

  1. You are welcome to add or subtract some of the flames. Just remember that it’s the spaces between the flames that keep the skull attached to the pumpkin itself and appears to make it float. Without those areas of attachment, the skull will just fall out!
  2. You can easily light this pumpkin with a candle. But, if you want to add some creepy coolness, use a battery powered light that can change colors! Or you could even add a strobe! Up the creep factor!

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