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3 Pumpkin Carving Ideas That Go With Your Favorite Halloween Themes

Coming up with pumpkin carving ideas can be lots of fun, especially considering the many unique jack-o-lantern patterns that are available this year. If you love to work themes into your holiday décor, then creating original concepts that will stand out is made even easier. The following pumpkin carving ideas will blend with some of this Halloween’s most exciting and ...

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3 Reasons Pumpkin Carving Patterns are Better Then Freestyle Jack-o-Lantern Designs

Pumpkin carving patterns are very easy to find. Accessibility is just one reason that so many families choose to buy a pre-made design rather than creating their own. They are very affordable as well, even if your holiday decorating budget is tight. Still many avoid going this route because they believe it will make their finished jack-o-lantern less original and unique. Before you spend hours coming up with a new pumpkin face this year, consider the benefits of a pre-made stencil. Reason 1: So Many Styles Are Available to Make Your Halloween Celebration Stand Out Originality is a concern for many holiday revelers. As the popularity of pumpkin carving patterns has increased, so has the selection. Today there are many eye-catching styles that suit any personality. You can easily match the design to your taste, interests or the tone of your next Halloween party

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How to Get the Most Out of Your Favorite Pumpkin Carving Stencils

Pumpkin carving stencils come in all shapes, sizes and difficulty levels. From modern patterns like those found in the Angry Birds pumpkin stencil package to traditional designs like the Savage jack-o-lantern, there are many options available to Halloween revelers of all ages. It doesn’t hurt to spend some time browsing stencils weeks or even months before the holiday. Pre-made stencils have become hugely ...

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How to Carve a Pumpkin: A 3 Step Guide

Learning how to carve a pumpkin can be a lot of fun! From dragons to popular figures like Brett and Jemaine from Flight of the Conchords, there are many stencils available to choose from. The difficulty level will be determined by the pattern you choose, so select your design carefully. While an advanced stencil may look appealing, consider going with ...

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Pumpkin Face Templates for Children: 5 Pumpkin Stencil Ideas that are Kid-Friendly

Many pumpkin face templates are geared towards adults, but what about patterns that are ideal for young children? Every year parents go through the same Halloween headaches when it comes to choosing pumpkin patterns for their little ones.  Thankfully there are easy ways to help children find a jack-o-lantern stencils that they will love and most importantly, won’t change their ...

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Pumpkin Stencils and Pumpkin Carving Patterns

Halloween is one of the biggest holidays in North America with some of the best activities. Obviously our favorite is pumpkin carving. The awesome thing is that you don’t have to be an artist to make a great pumpkin. You have so many options, from the standard classic halloween pumpkin carving patterns like bats, ghosts, cats and spooky scary haunted ...

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Halloween Office Party Ideas

Halloween is one of those funny days around the office. Either you participate or you don’t . And for most offices, participation means dressing up. Nothing makes you feel a ridiculous like putting on your Gumby costume complete with green makeup … only to find  no one else has dressed up.

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Pumpkin Seed Recipes

It’s been a big tradition around our house. Dad gets the first job of cleaning the pumpkin, piling the guts and seeds into a big bowl and passing the rest off to the others. Then dad gets the dirty work, the kids get the fun of carving and then mom….well we get the rest! For years my job has been ...

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Pumpkin Stencils for Halloween Window Decorating

Impress your neighbors by decorating up your house for Halloween. First choose your favorite Halloween pumpkin stencils and print it off on card stock. Get some thin craft foam from your local craft supplier and tape the printed stencil to it. Use a sharp carving knife purchased from the hardware store and start with your smallest sections. If you tackle ...

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