15 Coolest Carved Pumpkins You’ve Ever Seen

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These jack-o'-lanterns redefine the art of pumpkin-carving

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Pumpkins on Pumpkins

Get creative with your Halloween decorating and make this hilarious pumpkin carving a pumpkin. Carve a knife in one hand and a stem in the other and your pumpkin will look perfect. 

Creepy Crawler

This zombie crawler is a sure way to scare the pants off your neighbors. We love the lit-up pumpkin that sits behind this skeleton. Sip your zombie bite cocktail and watch as the neighbors stare in awe at this uncommonly frightening lawn decoration. 

Pumpkins on Pumpkins

Get creative with your Halloween decorating and make this hilarious pumpkin carving a pumpkin. Carve a knife in one hand and a stem in the other and your pumpkin will look perfect. 

Clowning Around

Painting a frightening clown face to enhance your pumpkin carving is a cool way design something unusual. If you’re a painter, use this medium to create your creepy pumpkin creature. 

Skeleton Madness

We love that this skeleton face extends from the pumpkin. If you want to make your pumpkins look alive, try carving your them in 3D to give them that extra something at your haunted house

Pumpkin Got Your Tongue?

This little pumpkin looks like he’s up to no good. Hopefully this Halloween, your trick-or-treaters won’t resemble this pumpkin as they make off with your candy

Oh Gourd

Stuffed to the brim? This guy looks like all of us post-Thanksgiving dinner. Use the guts to put in the mouth of your pumpkin and roast the pumpkin seeds in order to use the whole pumpkin. 

Gotcha!

Watch out for this grabby guy on your Halloween table. This skeleton arm looks like it’s reaching right into the pumpkin to get some of its yummy,  pumpkin goodness

The Pumpkin Patch

Create a pumpkin cart for your skeleton to drag across the lawn if you have a surplus of decorated pumpkins. This display is an excellent way to organize your pumpkins after a carving party so they don’t clutter up the area by your front door. 

Sticks and Stones

This tiny screamer comes alive with arm-like twig branches attached to his pumpkin body. Use some branches this Halloween to make your frightening creations come alive. 

Pumpkin Head

This pumpkin spices things up. We love how Villafane just carves the skin, but leaves the stem to hang down as a nose. This is a cool example of using your pumpkin’s shape to your advantage. 

Cheshire Cat

Alice in Wonderland can be made incredibly creepy this Halloween with a whole family dressed to match. Go to any Halloween party with these fun costumes or plan a Halloween Alice in Wonderland tea party at your house. 

Sideways Scare

This pumpkin, positioned on its side, will likely terrify your trick-or-treaters. Using the stem to create a nose shape is a great way to decorate your pumpkins

Grim Grin

This terrifying, yellow grin of sharp teeth reminds us all to watch the candy we intake this year. Try switching up your Halloween candy with a healthy alternative to keep those pearly whites from looking like this pumpkin's smile. 

Pirate's Booty

One of the most intricate, creative pumpkins we’ve ever seen is this treasure of a pumpkin pirate. Dress your kids up as pirates and give out buried treasure at your house.

Growling Pumpkin

This growling pumpkin has a carved-out nose, which is a cool feature to teach your kids as they decorate their pumpkins. Cutting off the stem will make your Halloween décor more menacing by eliminating the sweet pumpkin look.