Carving a pumpkin for Halloween, or transforming a pumpkin into Jack O’ Lantern, is one of rituals that big and small go through yearly in days heading to Halloween.
Pumpkin carving is a great fun especially for little ones who will in the same time learn what to look for on your neighbor’s front step when trick-or-treating on Halloween evening.
Carved pumpkins illuminated with candles on front steps of homes are welcome message to come in and ask for trick-or-treat.
When all done with pumpkin carving, gather some friends and start the adventure on the October 31st.
Full Moon on the night sky is optional.
If you are asking yourself where to start, head out and get some pumpkins at your local farm, then look bellow or elsewhere online for pumpkin carving ideas.
But, where to start?
Idea for pumpkin carving you’ll not find in your nose!
Use your brain, use your brain, or look for…
Pumpkin carving ideas
Pumpkin Carving Idea #0008
Big Brother’s watching you
One eyed pumpkin assembled from two pumpkins.
Pumpkin Carving Idea #0007
Painted pumpkin – a cat
Pumpkin Carving Idea #0006
Famous movie character carved out of a pumpkin that’s sitting on a porch on a Halloween night.
Pumpkin Carving Idea #0005
Ghost Jack O’ Lantern
Pumpkin Carving Idea #0004
Haunted house Jack O’ Lantern
Pumpkin Carving Idea #0003
One tooth Classic Jack O’ Lantern
Pumpkin Carving Idea #0002
Cannibal Jack O’ Lantern
Pumpkin Carving Idea #0001
Three eyed Scarface Jack O’ Lantern – or when a kid makes a final and unique touch.
Happy and safe trick-or-treating!
Trick-or-treating practice on Halloween in a nutshell…