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Carve this grinner into your pumpkin to set a spooky Halloween mood.
The fun pumpkin-in-a-pumpkin is a cool effect.
If one pumpkin face just isn't enough, carve five instead -- all on one pumpkin.
Although this stencil takes some time to carve, the results are stunning.
A witch on a late-night flight is sure to turn your yard into a frightening gathering ground for trick-or-treaters.
The moon carves out to make this pumpkin really glow.
This cute cat hides behind a grinning pumpkin.
The cat carving becomes the background when you finish your jack-o'-lantern.
Greet guests with this ghostly pumpkin -- guaranteed to give a fright.
This guy is a cinch to carve and really glows in the night.
A spooky black cat's tail filters the light shining from the moon in this stencil.
Be sure to follow the pattern closely; this stencil alternates carved and not-carved areas, such as the fence posts.
Although this cat has a spooky message, she's anything but scary.
The cat's eyes, ears, and mouth really stand out in the finished pumpkin carving.
This tree is so creepy even the bats don't want to hang from the branches.
Detailed, thin lines make this carving a bit time-consuming, but the results are worth it.
A nervous pumpkin face will make guests wary of what might be lurking in the shadows.
This guy gets even more expressive when he's carved.
An angry pumpkin face will have trick-or-treaters approaching the front door with caution.
Glaring eyes become glowing when you get a candle inside this jack-o'-lantern.
This pumpkin will have kids wondering if they're in for a trick or a treat.
The message really pops after you've finished carving. The stars also add a nice glowing effect.
A witchy pumpkin creates a cackling good mood for Halloween night.
Bet your trick-or-treaters will love this glowing witch face on your doorstep.
Create a graveyard by carving this stencil on loads of pumpkins and placing them about the lawn.
Instead of carving, scrape out this design for a daytime stunner that will also last longer than a carved pumpkin.
This joy-riding feline must have ditched the witch for this broom ride.
The full moon offers a large opening for light to come through your carving.
This owl stencil is a hoot. Wire small glass beads to his eyes for a glowing effect.
The glass beads strung from wire take this stencil up a notch.
Kids will be hanging around your yard when you display this bat pumpkin.
As a fun addition, wire-on a twig for your carved bat to hang from.
Create a web of mystery by adding this stencil to a plump pumpkin and placing it in your yard.
The legs and body on this spider are simple shapes -- this design is particularly easy to carve.