Need some inspiration for your Halloween pumpkins this year? Check out these amazing carved creations!

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1. The frightened phantom

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2. The Jack-o-lantern

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3. The puking pumpkin

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4. The cat on the pr-howl!

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5. The army sergeant

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6. To Halloween and beyond!

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7. The pretty autumn pumpkin

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8. Trick or treat

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9. The enchanted forest

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10. The peeled pattern pumpkin

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11. The loudmouth scarer

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12. The amazing tiger

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13. The old school scarer

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14. The scary big bro

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15. The spooky haunted house

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16. The gruesome grinner

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17.The munching pumpkins

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18. The chinese dragon

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19. The night owl

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20. The classics

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21. The witch

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22. The cool kids

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Here at Life Death Prizes we gave pumpkin carving a go, check out this video to see how we got on…

Before carving we scored around the outline of the design to make it easier to cut.

 

Want to make one yourself? Here is our step by step guide to creating the cat:
Cat pumpkin
1. Carve a circle round the top of the pumpkin to create a lid.

2. Take the lid off of the pumpkin and scoop out the pumpkins seeds and inner flesh till smooth.

3. Draw the cats face on the pumpkin – draw two triangles for the eyes, an upside down triangle for the nose, draw a J and a backwards J for the mouth and finally draw 3 thin recetangles for the whiskers on each side.

4. Cut around the outline of design, make sure to keep the two triangles you cut out for the eyes.

5. Once all cut out, tidy up the pumpkin as much as you can, then get the two triangle eyes these will be used for the ears. Using cocktail sticks or pins, pierce one end into the triangle then push the other end into the pumpkin.

6. Now your cat is complete!
We hope we have inspired you to get creative this Halloween!