Show off your exceptional pumpkin carving skills with these challenging pumpkin stencils chosen especially for master carvers.
Iconic stalks of wheat wave in the breeze in this beautiful harvest scene.
Tela's hobbies include shredding Mom's hostas, chewing through her new toys, and being Dad's all-around pride and joy.
Lucy Buttercup is a friendly dog who loves to snuggle on the couch -- and steal food from the counter. She once ate an entire peach pie! When we adopted Rocco (a dark Golden retriever), Lucy was shy at first, but now she plays, wrestles, and cuddles nonstop with him. -- Diane Starkey, Lucy's owner
Yorkshire terriers consider themselves to be big dogs -- they have no idea how small they are. Gordie "Killer" Blevins weighs only 3.7 pounds, but what he lacks in size, he makes up for in personality. -- Ann Blevins, Gordie's owner
This intricate round Celtic knot is etched into the pumpkin rind, rather than carved, paying homage to the Highland design.
The secret to carving an intricate pattern, such as this Victorian-inspired design, is to use a narrow gouge tool, available at an art or woodworking store.
Create an artsy rendition of a carved pumpkin this year with this kaleidoscope design.
American Curl cats sport unique ears that curl backward in an arc. Their ears, plus their plumed tails, create a stylish feline presence.
Bengal cats feature wild looking spotted and marbled markings. An Asian Leopard cat and a domestic cat create this hybrid breed.
Why carve only one pumpkin face when you can have five instead? This pumpkin stencil features a great combination of faces.