Free Mythical Creatures Pumpkin Stencils
Zombie Pumpkin Stencil
Ogre Pumpkin Stencil
Werewolf Pumpkin Stencil
Have a howlingly fun Halloween with a werewolf carved into a full moon. The pumpkin carving patterns indicate where you'll cut away the moon from your pumpkin, leaving the werewolf's snarling profile in relief. For added drama, spray-paint your pumpkin black before carving your design.
Ghost Pumpkin Stencil
Medusa Pumpkin Stencil
Trick-or-treaters better not stare too long at Medusa's peering eyes. This mythical monster and her snake-coiled hair is said to turn onlookers into stone. Use our pumpkin carving templates to perfect her twisting locks.
Griffin Pumpkin Stencil
Need an easy-to-carve pumpkin? These free pumpkin stencils have a bit of detail in the Griffin's claws and fur, but it's still a good design for a first-time carver.
Dragon Pumpkin Stencil
Channel your inner Khaleesi and let actual fire (in the form of a candle) glow from the mouth of this spiky dragon pumpkin stencil. Carve the dragon's head and etch a few details, including the scaly stomach and imposing wings, to make a symbol worthy of the House Targaryen on Game of Thrones.
Phoenix Pumpkin Stencil
Take flight with a Harry Potter-inspired pumpkin in the form of Dumbledore's reborn phoenix—the mythical bird that rises from the ashes. The pumpkin carving patterns explain how its feathered wings are made by scraping the surface of the pumpkin, while the body is set aglow when you carve it out of an extra-wide pumpkin.
Witch Pumpkin Stencil
Vampire Pumpkin Stencil
Let this fanged creature haunt your Halloween steps this holiday. He's extra-spooky when carved out of a black pumpkin (simply paint the pumpkin before you start), but he'd still look menacing in a large orange pumpkin. Download the free pumpkin carving stencils to get started.
Fangs Pumpkin Stencil
A vampire isn't complete without its pointy teeth. Use our pumpkin carving templates to slice out some ferocious fangs.
Simple but dramatic is the mantra with these big-eyed jack-o'-lanterns. Pick your favorite eyes from our five templates or freehand pairs. Set pumpkins in a shady area so they look like mythical creatures peering out at trick-or-treaters. Use faux flickering candles to avoid a fire hazard.