With all of the stunning and intricate pumpkin designs out there, it can be a bit intimidating figuring out a way to make yours look just as good. If you’re like most of us, creating and executing a polished and creative pumpkin design from carving is extremely difficult and at times dangerous. Fortunately there are other ways to make your pumpkin look just as good without the risk of cutting your hand. Here are some of the best pumpkin designs out there that don’t require sharp objects of any sort.
This one is super quick and easy but looks artsy and like you spent a whole lot of time on it. Just melt some crayons on top of your pumpkins and you’ve got a work of art.
If the aesthetic you’re going for is natural, this will fit in perfectly.
I love watercolor everything, this is no exception!
Ombre isn’t just for your hair anymore.
Want something a bit more detailed? If you’re not handy with a knife but are excellent with a paint brush, you can show off your skills with a design such as this one.
Change the texture up a bit with some chalk for a unique look. This is very suitable for a farmhouse style home.
These donut pumpkins look so good, I want to taste them!
This mummy pumpkin is easy enough for kids and also very cheap to do!
Candy corn is a fun way to dress up your pumpkin on the cheap. Eyes will definitely be drawn to this one. Just don’t let any silly animals eat it!
Owls are an all around favorite animal. If you try this easy DIY out, people will surely comment positively.
Want something classic? Simply paint on your black design and give the appearance of a carved pumpkin. Maybe dress it up a little with some spooky lights!
Pumpkin carving doesn’t have to be a scary thing if you aren’t good with your hands. I’ve spent so many Halloweens not sure what to do with my pumpkin because I was afraid to make something ugly or to cut my hand. These ideas are so creative and easy to do on a budget. Which one is your favorite? Let us know in the comments!
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