10 Great Creative Carved Pumpkin Ideas

10 Great Creative Carved Pumpkin Ideas (via Bubby and Bean)
1. Crescent Moon Pumpkin, Country Living  //  2. Black Magic Carved Pumpkins, Martha Stewart  //  3. Big Dipper Pumpkin, Country Living  //  4. Hanging Jack O’ Lantern Candle Door Entry, Cupcakepedia  //  5. Skeleton Hand Pumpkins, Country Living  //  6. Decorative Drilled Pumpkins, Everyday Dishes  //  7. White Zombie Jack O’ Lantern, Woman’s Day  //  8. Etched Leaf Pumpkins, Southern Living  // 9. Top Hat Pumpkin, Sew Country Chick  //  10. Cut-Out Polka Dot Pumpkins, Whipperberry  

Halloween is less than two weeks away, and although we’ve already carved a couple of pumpkins (I can’t get enough of the seeds, man; here is my all-time favorite pumpkin seed recipe), I’ve been thinking about carving another (or five) as the holiday gets closer. I genuinely love plain, old school carved pumpkins with uneven triangle eyes and jagged toothless smiles because they remind me of celebrating Halloween as a child. But I’m also a fan of more creative ideas for pumpkin carving, and that’s where today’s 10 Great comes in. While searching for inspiration for unique jack o’ lantern ideas, I came across the projects you see above. They range from beautiful to fun, intricate to simple. I’d love to do something similar to both #1 and #3 over the next couple of weeks.

DIY Tutorial: Chic Painted Fall Pumpkins // Bubby and Bean

And if you’re looking for another creative way to decorate your pumpkins this year (one that doesn’t involve having to use a sharp object), click here or on the image above to see the DIY painted pumpkin project we did last year.

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