Make party pumpkins or ones with scary faces: These simple carving projects are quick and inexpensive, and require only a few supplies.
This straightforward pumpkin says it all. Print our "Boo!" template, trace the design with a needle or large pin, and carve along the pattern with a linoleum-carving tool.
Creating your own googly-eyed monsters has never been easier. Just don't get too close -- these guys look hungry.
With our startled pumpkin face template, it's easy to shock trick-or-treaters.
Print our template to make a pumpkin with a treat-filled cavernous mouth.
Gather the kids to carve a mini "scare-cob" and his easy-to-make props.
Painted black, these mischievous pumpkins are a twist on traditional jack-'o-lanterns.
Beware, these singing squashes had the tops of their heads cut off.
Slice off a mini pumpkin's stem, carve features, and then confine it in a teapot or candy dish.
This frightful bunch of apple gourds are carved to have similar shifty glances and tormented frowns.
Use our template, an awl, and a keyhole saw to create a basket out of a lopsided pumpkin.
Hollow out pumpkins from the bottom and position their features on top so the stems serve as noses.
Embellish your centerpiece pumpkins with marbled-paper leaves made using our templates.
Fill this vessel with dry ice for a smoldering display, or use it to serve spooky punch.