From Easy to Hard Difficulties
What is Halloween without pumpkin carving? They go hand in hand, and it’s a great time for the whole family to get together and be creative. If you’re tired of the same classic Jack-o-lantern face, than it might be time for your to check out a great carving pattern! There are so many designs to choose from and this list can help get you started. I’ve compiled many links to where you can get started right away carving a pumpkin that’s sure to draw attention this year. Simply follow the link and print your pattern!
Mummy – Difficulty: MEDIUM
This pattern features an angry looking mummy with crooked teeth and wraps all around his head.
Stitch Mouth– Difficulty: EASY
This pattern somehow reminds me of Jack the Pumpkin King from The Nightmare Before Christmas. It is simplistic, yet eye appealing.
Spider-Web – Difficulty: MEDIUM
This pattern shows off a large spider’s web. It will look great once completed and fully illuminated.
Flying Witch – Difficulty: HARD
This pattern features a witch flying across the moon on her broomstick. Its smaller nooks and crevices will make this a great choice for those looking to be challenged.
Little Ghost– Difficulty: EASY
This pattern is of a sheet-like ghost flying. It is a very cute pattern which kids will enjoy viewing.
Welcome – Difficulty: MEDIUM
Welcome trick or treaters with this great pumpkin pattern. It looks great once completed and lets children know you’re home to pass out candy! This pattern is also a wonderful idea for Halloween parties.
Spooky Graveyard – Difficulty: HARD
This pattern features towering trees which hover over a tombstone. Owls stand watch as the full moon shines down.
Halloween Cat– Difficulty: EASY
This pattern shows off a kitty cat which is sitting. It is great for pumpkin carving beginners.