This Halloween, give your gourd some ghoulish flair. The best part? No carving knife required!
Spruce up a regular ol’ pumpkin with a quick finish of looking glass spray paint.
A web-covered pumpkin is what every haunted house needs!
Simple and sparkly, this no-carve design will add a touch of glamour to any All Hollow’s Eve party.
Text or Treat!
Print out a short scary story and read it to the kids before cutting it up and decking out some pumpkins with the remains.
Go for the Gold
Turn some heads with this gorgeous look that is super-easy to create. Tip: do this one without younger kids around to avoid any accidental pricks.
Let your little goblins choose the critters they want to stick on their pumpkins.
Punk it Up
Add some edge to plain pumpkins with this glittery, glam style.
Easy and festive, this henna-inspired design technique is one-of-a-kind cool.
She does it again; Hello Kitty makes anything cute.
Black Board Gourd
Count down the days until trick or treating with this easy-to-make chalkboard painted pumpkin.
Chalkboard Paint Pumpkin from Tater Tots and Jello
Festive and Fem
Dress up your pumpkin with this ultra-girly look.
All you need is a few sheets of fun printed tissue paper and some mod podge to replicate this cool cat look.
Not-So Itsy Bitsy
Not only can you put away your knife, but also all your art supplies with this super simple idea.
Pumpkin Stand Large from Stonewall Kitchen
Orange You Scared?
Okay, so they’re not pumpkins, but they sure are cute and tasty!
Try pumpkin recipes to get in the mood for fall!