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Fanged Pumpkins

Grouped together on the mantel, Drac-o'-lantern and tiny winged pals create a Transylvanian scene. Run-of-the-mill pushpins turn into devilish red eyes.




  • For vampire pumpkin: Thumbtack or pin
  • Small white pumpkin (For a big bite, choose a small pumpkin so the plastic vampire teeth seem huge)
  • Plastic vampire teeth
  • Mouth template
  • For bat: Black construction paper
  • Small white pumpkin
  • Hot-glue gun
  • Wing template


  1. Step 1


    Print mouth template. Lay template on pumpkin, and poke thumbtack through, all along outline, to transfer design. Cut out with saw; remove excess flesh.

  2. Step 2

    Wedge teeth into hole.

  3. Step 3

    For eyes, pin map tacks onto pumpkin.

  4. Step 4

    Print wing template

  5. Step 5

    Trace onto construction paper and cut out.

  6. Step 6

    Fold down flat ends of wings 1/4 inch, and attach folded edge to pumpkin with hot glue.



Reviews (16)

  • andhe7 14 Dec, 2013

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  • lovendestroy 20 Oct, 2013

    Great little project. I would suggest to keep your fangs from popping out, gently push the edge of the upper teeth into the flesh of the pumpkin. That way it is secured a little better. Also, don't be afraid to cut small and then make it bigger if need be! Better than having a gaping [filtered word] that your teeth don't fit into.

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  • aagroner 11 Sep, 2013

    Thanks for an awesome creation for the kids, and clear straightforward instruction
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  • syhngrsy 26 Jun, 2013

    Cannot locate the small bat wing template, I am very frustrated. Does anyone have a way to get to it? kanal d yayın akışı

  • Davidmorris 15 Apr, 2013

    Is that there is any way to make the pumpkin as a zombie face. It will be more creepy than this one. Any ways thanks for the share. bus school games

  • Williamsjack 15 Apr, 2013

    These are looking very nice Halloween pumpkins. these tips are very wonderful and useful. I want some more tips if you have so please tell me. I am waiting for your reply. Thanks.
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  • andrea_caro 11 Mar, 2012

    This pumpkins are terrific! I think the eyes can be triangular to add more dramatism astro luna.

  • claudiohernandez 15 Feb, 2012

    En chile se pueden conseguir los materiales en tienen muy buenos precios

  • mimiywan 30 Oct, 2011

    This looks so great. I did not have red tipped pins so I hot glue gunned plastic rhinestones we had. Also the fangs were 19cents at my iParty so I bought quite a few. Great idea!

  • nocents 20 Oct, 2011

    I had a better idea to save money on buying those fangs. Just make a slit for a mouth and cut the fangs in two and hot glue them to the pumpkin. You'll get twice as many vampire pumpkins that way. Use the tops for one pumpkin and the bottoms for another.

  • GabrielleG 13 Oct, 2011

    You don't need to go out of your way to get "map pins". I just used some of the red ball tipped sewing pins, I had ( from JoAnn's).If you really need the map pins, they have them at Office Max.

  • Shesfallingdown3 3 Oct, 2011
    Here is the template page, good luck!

  • laneie 2 Oct, 2011

    I cannot get the vampire mouth template to load. Ive been trying for several days now!! Love it and want to do for the kids. HELP!!

  • Michelle_Toglia 29 Sep, 2011

    daisy18, here is the wing template:

  • daisy18 23 Sep, 2011

    Cannot locate the small bat wing template, I am very frustrated. Does anyone have a way to get to it?