1. Cookie Monster
This idea is super easy and fun to do. All you need is blue paint, styrofoam balls, a black marker and cookies! This would be a great table decoration to serve cookies, or even look good on your porch with cookies not intended for little hands to eat.
2. Monsters, Inc.
If you or your kids are big fans of Monsters, Inc., this pumpkin carving idea is perfect! The best part about this idea is that it actually doesn't require carving - all you need is paint and/or permanent markers!
3. The Sick Pumpkin
Looking to gross out any trick-or-treaters that stop by? Why not give this sick pumpkin a try! After you carve out the face, pull some of the pumpkins innards out to make it look like a 'sick' pumpkin - gross!
4. The Owl Pumpkin
This pumpkin is a cute idea for those that aren't looking to spook or terrify. It works best with an oblong pumpkin, however, it's easy with any pumpkin and/or gourd.
5. Pumpkin Inception
If you think you're a master pumpkin carver and are up for a challenge, try this skull pumpkin within another pumpkin! While it might be tricky trying to find the right size pumpkins, this is one idea that will impress anyone that sees it.
When you spend a good amount of time carving your pumpkin, you want it to last as long as possible. That's why we recommend dipping your pumpkin in a large container of bleach and water (1 tsp. bleach per gallon of water). The bleach will kill bacteria and keep your pumpkin looking fresh! If you'd like to preserve your pumpkin even longer, brush a 2 tbsp. vinegar and 1 tsp. lemon juice mixture on your dry pumpkin every other day to keep it fresh for weeks.
We hope these pumpkin carving ideas have inspired you to make some truly terrifying and/or fantastic pumpkins this season! If you need a new ride to get you to the pumpkin patch, stop by our dealership to check out our vast SUV/Crossover inventory and Ford F-150 inventory that'll get you through the winter and beyond! While you're preparing your house for the colder weather, don't forget to also prep your car for the winter months ahead. If you aren't sure how to prepare your vehicle for cold weather, check out our Fall Car Care Tips that cover belts & hoses inspections, heating system maintenance, weather stripping replacement, windshield damage repair, and emergency kit prep.
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