Jack O Lantern Stencils
Are you looking for Jack O Lantern Stencils to carve a pumpkin or stencils of pumpkins already carved?
Are you thinking about Halloween crafts and projects? Well, it is that time. You know…
…for the little ghost and goblins to come out and trick or treat! So, let’s get this party started.
Carving the Halloween Pumpkin is the one Halloween Craft that gets the whole family involved. As the weather turns cool, the leaves start to change and sweaters come out, it’s time to pack the whole family in the Woody and head to the pumpkin patch or farmer’s market to start the search for the perfect pumpkin. And once you’ve found that one, you need to have the perfect face to carve into it.
I have two Jack O Lantern Stencils for you to choose from. Just print these pumpkin stencils from your computer and carve!
OK! Here are a couple of printable halloween stencils for you but if you need more details on pumpkin carving, you’ve found it! Best of all these instructions step you through the process of using a stencil so that you can be much more creative with your pumpkin’s design. You’ll be the envy of the neighborhood.
Maybe you want to carve up a design that is more than just a scary toothy grimace. Than crawl on over to Free Pumpkin Carving Stencils where you’ll find a few scary designs that are much more than just an evil face.
Did you know that cut-and-paint stencils are less expensive (unless of course they’re free like these!), because you’re not paying for the manufacture, warehousing and shipping of a product. If you can find downloadable stencil designs you can have your stencil immediately and no delay to your project. Here we offer some free stencils to get you started and a few in book format of our more complex designs (see the right column).
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Maybe I misunderstood and you aren’t looking for Jack O Lantern stencils to use for your pumpkin but wanted stencils to decorate a Trick or Treat Bag or maybe decorations for the windows. Well here are two options for you. Again, just print, trim and paint.
Just a quick tip on working with all of your paper stencils: cover the top with a clear coating of clear shelf liner or strips of clear packing tape before you cut out the openings. I like to cover just the top because a slick coating on the side that touches the surface to be painted can cause the paint to leak under and smear your image.
Working with paper stencils has a few more advantages. You can adjust the size of your paper stencil to fit the size of your project. Just take the page to a copier and reduce or enlarge. Then cut out the stencil openings. It’s that easy and you can’t do that with a plastic stencil.
I hope you enjoy these Jack O Lantern Stencils and can create a fun and festive Halloween for the little goblins in your house!
Happy Halloween and Happy Stenciling,