Cute Pumpkin Ideas

Sunflower

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Pumpkin Babies

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Cozy Carriage

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Fireflies

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Frozen Inspired

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Cute Emoji

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If you don't wan't your kids to do too much carving, or know they'll lose interest in carving quickly, then these emoji pumpkins are for you. It's a great way to bring to life the emojis you most frequently use, identify most with, or are known for.

Cute Cat

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A few carefully carved lines and toothpick-attached pieces are all it takes to create a cute cat to light up the night with. Use a small knife to create thin lines.

Cute Polka

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Some people are too creative! This golden, rich design really brightens up the home. A white base coat and golden sequins is all that is needed to pull off this design. It's easy and fancy, which for the time-concious designer is a win. The most difficult part may be finding enough sequins, but if you like shopping then that may be your type of challenge.

Delectable Doughnut

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Mmmmmm, donuts. You may have to put up a notice alerting others that they are pumpkins and not real donuts if you do this painted design. Or, the sign may need to tell them they are donuts if the paint-job doesn't turn out that great. This is one of those designs everyone can appreciate.

Easy Emoji

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If you paint a pumpkin yellow you get the perfect canvas for emoji faces. This is perfect for families and/or the person whose life is one giant emoji. They are a universal language now too, so everyone will "get" it. It's like painting an inside joke that everyone can appreciate.

Polka Dot Stripe

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These two-toned pumpkins may just be black and white, but they sure look fun and cute. Tape and two colors of paint are all that's needed to recreate this design. Black and white looks great, but so will other contrasting colors. Glow paint would look great too.

Watermelon

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Why? ....WHY NOT! That's what you'll say to people when they ask why you painted a pumpkin to look like a watermellon. Making fruits out of vegetables is something many veggie-haters can enjoy doing.

Frozen Inspired

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For the adult looking for a creative challenge, this Frozen pumpkin is for you. These design is covered in intricate glitter-snowflakes that complement the sequins dress. The pumpkin is true royalty with its royal blue tiara. A toothpick to draw in the glittery snowflakes and patience are the two biggest requirements for this beatufiul design.

Sprinkled Donuts

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Hungry? You might be hankering for some donuts after taking in this design. The best pumpkins for this are the well defined ones with oval shapes and bulbous sections. The shape makes all the difference in making the painted icing and sprinkles pop out.

Easy Cats Pattern

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With a little effort you can turn ordinary holes into cat outlines, which pop out even more on a white backdrop. This is an easy, clever design for cat lovers wanting to bring more feline spirit into halloween. You can make it personal by creating a head for every cat in your family.

Flamingo

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A couple coats of pink and some cutting of colored foam and you are on your way to creating a flamingo. Hot glue and scissors will be needed. Flamingos are weird birds, but they sure do make cute pumpkins!

Tassels

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Who would ever have thought to put tassles on pumpkins had it not have been for this design? My guess is it never crossed your mind! It's like a skirt, in how they layer around the midsection of the pumpkin. You can use different colors to create colorful patterns.

Pom-Poms

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Young kids will love glueing soft pom-poms to the outside of pumpkins. This is a simple no-carve idea that requires extremely minimal supplies. Small or big pom-poms can be used seperately or together for creative designs..

Unicorn

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Every princess deserves a unicorn, and here's a tutorial that will show you how to make one out of a pumpkin this halloween. It's a no carve design so it isn't messy, and the supplies list is farily short. There's some cutting and hot-glueing of felt, but the result is precious!

Turquoise

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With a little paint and a handful of rhinostones you can create a sparkly design like this. Contrasting colors really bring out the sparkly, which is why a vibrant turquoise and deep blue make them dazzle. There are infinite possibilities in rhinestone arrangements, ranging from easy to complex. The easiest arrangement is lining rhinestones within or between the natural lines. You can also circle them around the stem.

Sparkly Golden Stem

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These colorful pumpkins with glittery gold stems are a cute option for the person wanting something outside the usual spectrum of pumpkin designs. Bright pastel colors go well with gold. The paint can be watercoler or acrylic. Painting it pink can be a way of showing your support for Breast Cancer survivors.

Cute Pumpkin Cupcake

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Kids will have fun glueing on the cottonball frosting to the top of this clever pumpkin cupcake. It's a cute design that gets the kids involved decorating pumpkins without having to carve and cut. Washi tape was used to decorate the sides of the cupcake. Mod poge and a foam brush can be used to glue the cottonballs on.

Glittery Blue Butterfly

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Mod podge, lots of glitter, and 3D butterflies can turn a regular ol' pumpkin into a magical one. This design is cinderella themed, and goes nice with a pumpkin carriage.

Sunflower

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Pumpkin Babies

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