40 Genius Pumpkin Stencil Designs For A Great Halloween
Decorating with carved pumpkins has become a famous tradition during the Halloween season. People feel excited about carving different shapes beginning from the common Jack-O-Lantern face, and ending up with funny designs that kids love. Carving pumpkins require a lot of talent and experience, and for those who aren’t familiar with pumpkin carving, I’m introducing today printable pumpkin stencils.
The templates offer a great range of scary and friendly designs that suit all kinds of Halloween decorations. You will find a few photos at the end of this topic showing how to stick and use pumpkin stencils. All you need is printing the templates in suitable size and using a sharp knife or pen draw the outlines that you will cut into.
This owl& leaves design is very elegant, if you don’t like scary Halloween decorations. You may use a cat or bat pumpkin stencil to enhance your lantern appearance and show your friends more creations.
The pretty leaf shaped designs are not only suitable for Halloween lanterns. You can use those beautiful pumpkins all autumn long, to create romantic ambiance and creative settings on your porch. The same idea applies for friendly shaped pumpkins. I would like to try one of those lanterns for kitchen.
Jack-O-Lantern, as we all know, is an important part among your Halloween preparations. My best use for this type of scary lanterns would be outdoors, in the yard, on the porch, at the gate and doorstep. This type of pumpkin stencils allow you to grace your yard with variety of lanterns, in all possible spooky shapes.
Here are other models of spooky pumpkin stencils that offer you perfect ideas for indoor and outdoor decorations. I know most of you would love to try them as much as I want.
The above style of pumpkin stencils is my favorite among all scary pumpkin designs. They word as perfect lanterns, yet they allow your kids to take part in the holiday preparation. Some kids would like scary faces, while the younger ones would prefer the lovely cat or owl design. Sometimes I think it would be beautiful to carve one side into cat shape and the other as bat or owl. The lantern then might express great artwork.
Those 15 templates provide lovely ideas, if combines with the below letters, to create a new design. Why not showing your neighbors your work? Its autumn and lets have fun drawing and carving in all possible shapes, celebrating in black and orange!
The above photo is one of my favorites, despite having that frightful template below, still the cat shape is one of the most simple and pretty shapes that all kids would appreciate.
I’m not really a fan of demonic faces and other extremely scary Halloween decorations, but I think it is essential to include this template for those who like to spook up the neighborhood.
Using letter pumpkin stencils is one of the easies ways to make carved pumpkins, especially for those who are new to the tradition. As shown in the below model and other models above, letter templates come in many shapes. There are normal letters, flaming letters, blood dripping letters and if you search on the internet you may find more shapes. My point is, using letter pumpkin stencils is easy and it allows you to write whatever words you need in any shape you like. There are more creative uses that you should try this year. One of those uses is drawing on the wall, the trees, or anything else. Try to draw with red paint as if the letters were written in blood. Try the same technique by writing names and Halloween words on paper that you use for each place setting on your dinning table. Try to write whatever words or phrases on small cars and spread them among your candy basket or send to your neighbors and family members.
There are endless ideas to try with letters, and you may also draw small bats, cats, rats, skulls, and spiders.