To create our illuminating Halloween pumpkin, first, download and print one of our leaf templates. Cut the bottom off of a pumpkin, and remove the seeds and pulp. Place the leaf template in your desired spot, pin in place, and then trace the design onto the pumpkin with a pencil.
Get the content and creative tools you need with an All-in-One plan and your first month free. For a tasty treat to accompany your cooler, rinse the seeds, and pat dry with paper towels. Place aveda institute columbus in a single layer on a lightly greased baking sheet. Bake at 350° for 20 to 25 minutes or until toasted. I need to step up my game this year and I will for sure be using this as inspo.
Avoid any real fires by opting for flameless illumination instead. Yes, he’s got a set of fangs, but what’s not to love about this adorable Dracula face? Top your pumpkin with its very own plant toupee. Carve out the top of the gourd and tuck in a pot of grass or ivy for a truly awesome hairdo.
While it’s a matter of time to learn a new hobby. This is why I made a blog to help people to discover this exciting hobby. In case you need to figure out what tools to start with, check out my article on the tools I recommend. Using a faux pumpkin , use an electric drill to add holes.
Rather than try to explain the next steps, it may be easier just to watch the video below. Full-color patterns that can be sized to fit any wood block. Slice the top offa large oval pumpkin, then position it on a three-inch-tall cross section of a second pumpkin. Place a round, hollowed-out pumpkin on top for a head. Bring these space monsters to life by using hot glue and leftover Easter eggs.
Our funny screw-up fairy caricature carving is super fun to carve and has the added challenging of carving hands. The wings and wand are made from glitter cardstock. You can get to the step-by-step tutorial for this caricature carving here. If you do not have a bandsaw, click on any of the patterns below to get to a free, step-by-step tutorial where we carve the piece directly from a block of wood. Use the patterns as a guide as you are carving. With a large serrated knife, cut off top ⅓ of large orange pumpkin and hollow out.