Now that you have that pumpkin, it’s time to start carving them! Here are 750+ FREE Pumpkin Carving Patterns & Stencils that you can use to make that pumpkin look fabulous. Some are simple, some are hard but all are FUN!
Pop Culture Pumpkin Stencils – Justin Bieber, Lady Gaga, Kate Middleton, Robert Pattinson, and more.
27 Cute Pumpkin Stencils – Easy for kids.
30 Pumpkin Stencils from Hershey’s – Organized by difficulty.
46 Intricate Pumpkin Stencils – These are for the more advanced carver.
30 Geeky Pumpkin Stencils – Star Wars, Dr. Who, Star Trek, Angry Birds, Pokemon, Hello Kitty, Mario, Gangnam Style, and more!
47 More Geek-Inspired Stencils – Marvel Comics, Dr. Who, Ghostbusters, Walking Dead, Hunger Games, True Blood, Harry Potter, Twilight, and more!
20 Random Stencils – From Tinkerbell, to Colonel Sanders, to Gary Coleman.
13 Face Stencils– From clowns to traditional Jack’O’Lanterns.
100 Pop Culture Stencils – Ranging from Bettie Page, to the Beatles, and from the Mona Lisa to Rocket from Little Einsteins.
59 Pumpkin Stencils – They range from traditional Halloween designs, to Mario, Thomas the Train, and Smurfs.
8 Simple Stencils – Probably be more appealing to beginning carvers or small children.
6 Random Stencils – They have tons of stencils to purchase, but they always have a random selection of free ones as well.
56 Extremely Detailed Stencils – They range from Angry Birds, to fantasy creatures like dragons and unicorns.
25 Stencils – They range from pretty and frilly to spooky and scary.
16 Halloween-Themed Stencils – There are some for every skill level here.
12 Themed Stencils – Patriotic, awareness ribbons, and some traditional Halloween themes.
100 ‘Un-Halloween’ Pumpkin Stencils – Animals, celebrities, fantasy, patriotic, Christian, and more.
8 Halloween Stencils – From faces, to whole-pumpkin decorations.
14 Pop Culture Stencils – Assassin’s Creed, Facebook, Glee, Winnie the Pooh, and more.
12 Midwestern Themed Stencils – Corn, barns, wheat, etc.
How do you carve your pumpkins? Simple, detailed or do you decorate it in an entirely different way? Leave me a comment below, I’d LOVE to know!
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