Wondering What to Carve Into Your Pumpkin?

We offer you a few places where you can get some ideas and find a few pumpkin carving patterns.

There’s one week left before Halloween. What’s are you carving into your pumpkin?

If you’re looking for a way to make your pumpkin extra cool, stencils might help. Below are a few places where you might some favorites.

Are you a fan of Disney? From Jack Skellington to Phineas and Ferb, Disney Family has some favorites you can carve into your squash. 

If you’re more of a Nick Jr. fan, the site has all the favorites including Moose A. Moose, Team Umizoomi and Dora the Explorer.

Sports fan? Well since I’m a hockey fan, and more to the point, an LA Kings Fan, that’s what we’ll be getting first. Kings blogger Matt Murray has already put all those links together for us on Life in Hockeywood. On a side note, I did go looking for Anaheim Ducks but did not find any. Please let me know if you find some.

Of course we all know the Inland Empire is full of baseball fans. If you love the LA Angels Of Anaheim, here are a few stencils you might enjoy. If you bleed Dodger Blue, here are a couple for you.

Naturally Loma Linda Patch went looking for more sports stencils. We did find Spookmaster who proveds some fun college sports stencile. But I had troubles finding NFL. Sorry folks, no Raiders or Chargers link in this story. But if you have any, again please share with the rest of us.

If you’re looking for something a little more traditional, try EHow’s page. They have everything from the silly face to the evil smile.

If you’re into more degree of difficulty, you can visit the Pumpkin Wizards. They also have a few other fan favorites you might like including “Family Guy” and “Lord of the Rings.”

Star Wars fan unite! There is a page that puts a few of our favorite George Lucas characters together. And fortunately that sites leads us to other fun sites.

Author Martha Jett has a few more traditional stencils.

For those people who enjoy a deep faith, a blogger provides an elaborate stencil of Jesus. It looks like it may take a bit of skill.

Extreme Pumpkins offers something a little more diverse including a couple of Obama stencils.

Of course all of us gadget junkie’s are still mourning the loss of Steve Jobs, one of the most creative men who has ever lived. To pay homage, Pink Ray Gun has a stencil of the amazing Mr. Jobs. Joy of Tech also had a stencil.

If you’re not sure what you want to do and are looking for inspiration, the Los Angeles Times shows us a few ideas others came up with.


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