Pumpkin carving is a Halloween tradition that may leave you covered in goop, but it's always worth the effort. Impress your friends, neighbors and trick-or-treaters with unique designs that won't make you go out of your gourd. From silly to scary, we've got you covered.
How to use our templates:
1. After hallowing out your pumpkin, print your Oprah.com jack-o'-lantern pattern.
2. Tape the sheet to your pumpkin.
3. Use a nail or knife to poke holes through the pattern and into the pumpkin, creating a guide.
4. Remove the paper.
5. Use a serrated knife to cut the design along the path you marked.
6. When removing pumpkin pieces, try pushing them from the inside out.
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Published on October 03, 2008