We cut away a large moon-shape wedge of pumpkin to create this shaggy wolf profile, leaving the inside of the pumpkin mostly visible. For the cleanest-looking pumpkin interior, we recommend bringing your pumpkin to room temperature before scooping out the messy bits, then using a clay-sculpting tool to scrape the pumpkin walls to a smooth finish.
1. Clean your pumpkin following our tips above, and tape your printed stencil pattern to the pumpkin's exterior.
2. Use a push pin to prick holes along the stencil lines, keeping pin pricks closely spaced. Be sure to puncture through both the paper and the surface of the pumpkin.
3. Remove the paper stencil, and carve along the pin pricks with a thin, serrated crafts knife. Keep carved pumpkin sections in place until you've finished carving the entire design.
4. Push carved sections outward by pressing on them from inside the pumpkin. Add a flameless candle to the pumpkin's interior.