FREE Pumpkin Carving Stencils & Jack-O-Lantern Patterns (Over 100 FREE Downloads & Ideas)

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Pumpkin Carving

Don’t you love this weather?  It’s a welcome reminder that the beginning of the fall season is here (I don’t know about you, but I am soooo ready!!).  It is the perfect time to make a fun family memory by carving a jack-o-lantern to decorate your home. 

Pick up a couple of inexpensive pumpkins and try you hand at a fun design with one of  these FREE pumpkin stencils!  

  • The Texas Rangers fan club  has 4 FREE Texas Rangers and Texas themed FREE printable jack-o-lantern templates hereShow your support for our favorite baseball team!
  • Kraft.com has 6 different pumpkin face patterns as well as an easy-to-follow guide for carving pumpkins, here.
  • Hesheys.com offers a wide variety of 30 different patterns from easy to advanced, with printable carving instructions.
  • Better Homes and Gardens provides 6 silly face patterns, here.  And even more creative ideas for decorating pumpkins here.
  • DisneyFamily.com has over 20 Disney character patterns that include Mickey Mouse, Kermit the Frog, Tigger, Phineas and Ferb, and Goofy.
  • Nick Jr. offers favorite Nick Jr. TV show character patterns like Dora the Explorer and many others.
  • PumpkinLady.com provides a wide selection of clever design templates, most for less than $2. Click around the site for some great ideas.  You’ll also find 12 designs for FREE  here.  Follow the pumpkin lady’s Facebook or Twitter pages for other free designs and discounts, too.

I recommend a couple of great tools for making your pumpkin carving project easier:

Pumpkin Carving        Pumpkin Carving

  • For the more serious pumpkin carving project, I recommend the Messermeister Pumpkin Carving Kit which includes a chef quality Pumpkin/Melon knife, scoop and carving tools in a storage case.  The special blades are designed to carve intricate designs beautifully (not for the kiddos, though)!   They’ll give a great grip when cutting and carving pumpkins and thick melons, too.
  • If you want one really good tool, I recommend getting a special Pumpkin/Melon Carving knife. We really like the Warren Pro Pumpkin Carving knife. It is well made with a walnut handle and comes with several sturdy replacement blades that have a fine saw like cutting action ~ they will not bend or break as with the cheaper versions.  Again, this is not safe for kids.

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