Are you looking for a way to make your front porch stand out in Berks County this Halloween? If you love carving pumpkins, then you'll love these creative pumpkin carving ideas. They're definitely different and will add a fun twist to your autumn decor.
Wood-Burning Stove Pumpkin
This cute wood stove idea will warm up your front porch. It's wasy to make, and you can find a stencil for it here.
What could go better with a pumpkin at Halloween than candy? You can borrow some your candy to make this with gum drops, peppermints, candy corn, and more. You can find the tutorial here.
You don't need a degree in robotics to create this fun pumpkin. In fact, you don't need to carve much at all. A melon baller will make creating all those little "buttons" so much easier. It's so easy, you can make it have a friend or two.
Ghost Pumpkin Topiary
Carve out doors on three pumpkins and have happy (or scary) ghosts pop out. You can even fill the pumpkins with fluff to look like smoke.
Pumpkin Flower Vase
After covering your pumpkin with metallic spray paint, carve a deep hole in the top, then slide in a plastic cup. Fill the cup with water and a medley of bright blooms.
Hear No Evil, See No Evil, Speak No Evil Pumpkin Trio
Three are always better than one, especially in this setup. Since there's three pumpkins to carve, divide the carving duties up between family members to save time and let's face it, stress.
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