25 Easy Pumpkin Carving Ideas for the Best Jack-o'-Lanterns (2022)

Carve your own funny, scary, or beautiful pumpkin carvings this Halloween. Your whole family will find plenty to love about these easy pumpkin carving ideas. We have everything from kid-friendly (and easy!) smiling carved faces to gorgeous carved pumpkin monograms for your front entryway. Plus, our free pumpkin carving stencils make these designs super easy to create!

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Peek-a-Boo Barn

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This farm-inspired pumpkin is all about using your imagination. Carve out a barn-shaped opening and fill it with mini bales of straw and wee gourd animals. The no-carve cow and pic come to life using outdoor acrylic paint, felt, and glue—customize them to look like your favorite critters. Turn kids loose with supplies, and they're sure to fashion an entire farmyard menagerie.

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Cheese-and-Mice Pumpkin

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The little ones will get a kick out of the cheeky (and cheesy!) pumpkin carving idea for kids. Simply coat a real or faux pumpkin with soft yellow paint, drill a few different-sized holes, and add plastic mice in various stages of entering and leaving. For safety, use battery-operated candles for illumination.

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Twilight Express

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Choo–choo, choose pumpkins of a similar size and shape. Cut out wheels and windows, then paint the train cars. This cute-as-pie idea is more freight than fright—what a delight!

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Frankenstein Face Pumpkin

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Create a Frankenstein monster that's goofy and fun to carve. Our free pumpkin carving stencil makes this pumpkin pattern easy and fun for all ages. A pumpkin carving knife is the only tool you'll need to get this stencil cut into your pumpkin.

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Bat Attack

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Felt wings and ears secured with toothpicks transform petite pumpkins into wicked-cute bats. Etch out the eyes, then stick red sewing pins through the center of each to create beady stares. A coat of black paint on the bodies makes the eyes appear to glow even during the day.

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Zombie Pumpkin Stencil

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Walking Dead fans rejoice—we've got the best free pumpkin stencil for you. Create a creepy zombie hand with a lit background for a shaded and spooky design. Use a lumpy and bumpy pumpkin to complete the undead look.

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Cute Owl Pumpkin

Free owl stencil

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This owl pumpkin design is anything but scary! The details of this free pumpkin stencil include leaves, flowers, and polka dots. Use a drill and traditional carving tools to bring this free pumpkin design to life.

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Smiling Jack-o'-Lantern

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Carve your biggest pumpkin with a broad, goofy smile to greet trick-or-treaters as they walk up to your front porch. This classic jack-o'-lantern just has four easy shapes, so you'll have a festive outdoor display completed in no time.

Editor's tip: Rub Vaseline on the carved areas of your pumpkin to make it last longer.

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Dragon Pumpkin

free dragon stencil

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This dragon pumpkin design breathes fire, which looks almost real once a candle is placed inside. This design plays with a mix of scraping and total carving for different amounts of light in different shapes.

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Deer Pumpkin Stencil

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This easy deer pumpkin doesn't require any actual carving at all! First, transfer the stencil design to the surface of your pumpkin, then use an etching tool from a pumpkin carving tool kit to etch around the silhouette of the deer. Light the pumpkin from the inside for a subtle spooky glow when you're done.

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Traditional Pumpkins with a Twist

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One easy way to pump up a traditional pumpkin—forget the orange and try a colorful gourd instead. Here, a green pumpkin transforms a traditional triangle face and crooked grin into an eye-catching focal point.

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Angry Face Pumpkin

Free angry pumpkin stencil

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This angry pumpkin has teeth, pupils, and wobbly eyebrows, creating a festive and spooky decoration. Use a pumpkin saw and our free pumpkin carving template to get the look for your front entryway this fall. Don't forget to put a small votive candle inside to illuminate the face.

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Flame Pumpkin Stencils

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Whether you're carving the flame emoji on a single pumpkin or assembling a DIY pumpkin bonfire, we've got several free flame-shape stencils to choose from. You only need a big carving knife and a spoon to scoop out the insides for this easy pumpkin carving idea.

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Easy Pumpkin Trio

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A new twist on traditional pumpkin carving comes courtesy of this loveable trio of pumpkin ideas. Monster-inspired but without the scary edge, these easy pumpkin carving designs are a perfect complement to good-natured seasonal decorating. Create one or group them together to spice up your front entry for trick-or-treaters.

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Grinning Pumpkin Grouping

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If you have multiple carvers in your household, these silly pumpkin carving ideas are perfect. Each person can create a unique design. This grouping is forgiving of any flaws, with wide grins, big eyes, and goofy expressions—try one or all of our ideas for pumpkin faces to carve.

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Monogrammed Pumpkins

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To make these pretty monogrammed Halloween pumpkins, decide whether you want to use the initial of your family name or the initials of each family member's first name. Then, let each person pick their own pumpkin in various colors and sizes. Keeping all in the same font will give your family pumpkins Weasley-sweater vibes. You can print letters in different fonts to mix things up; trace them onto pumpkins and carve or gouge them out.

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Pumpkin Luminarias

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Light up your walkway for trick-or-treaters this Halloween with miniature pumpkin luminarias. Small-to-midsize pumpkins work perfectly for this easy carving idea. Hang a series of these carved faces along a sidewalk using heavy-gauge wire and black shepherd's hooks. Skip the candles and use battery-operated lights instead.

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Laughing Pumpkin

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Your littlest ones will love the good-natured vibe of this easy pumpkin carving idea. The simple pattern makes it easy to cut out the crooked teeth, oversize nose, and expressive eyebrows. For long-lasting light, consider battery-operated candles.

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Sly Vampire

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This smiling vampire stencil could seem scary at first, but he's a friendly, funny monster: just look at that grin! This vampire pumpkin is all fun and games with a hooked nose and dramatic eyebrows. To make this vampire, simply use our stencil as a guide.

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Ghost Emoji Stencil

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Boo, we see you! For this emoji pumpkin carving idea, don't use just any ghost—use your favorite emoji instead! A playful emoji ghost will make a haunting accent for your Halloween home. Bonus: Our ghost stencil is perfect for pumpkin decorators who would rather etch than carve their designs.

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Flower-Power Pumpkins

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Take an easy pumpkin carving pattern, add flowers and greenery, and voila: floral-enhanced jack-o'-lanterns! Happy faces are quick to carve, and cheery colors add a light and bright touch to this autumn duo. Attach accents with pins, toothpicks, or glue for adorable smiling pumpkins.

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Pumpkin House Numbers

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This easy pumpkin carving idea is a great way to welcome visitors to your home this Halloween season. Start by removing the stems from the pumpkins (except for the top one). Trace number stencils onto pumpkins using a crafts knife, then chisel the pumpkin skin out of the stenciled numbers, revealing the lighter pumpkin flesh beneath.

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Pumpkin for the Birds

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Your kids will have fun helping pick out accents for this easy pumpkin carving idea. Transfer the pattern onto a pumpkin and cut it out. Make sure to cut the lid with a zigzag edge. Wind wire around the feet of artificial crows and position them as desired. Poke the wire ends into the pumpkin to secure the birds in place (you also could use fake mice or rats as other seasonal accents).

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Mice Stencils

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Give your cat pumpkin something to chase. Complete your pumpkin display with a fun scattering of mice using our free printable pumpkin carving stencils. Group multiple mice on one large pumpkin or carve individual pumpkins for more flexibility in the final arrangement.

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Drilled-Face Pumpkins

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Make quick work of easy pumpkin carving with everyone's favorite tool: a drill. Start with a quick sketch of your design and use a drill with a small bit to create evenly spaced holes on the pumpkin. Tuck in a strand of LED lights for constant illumination.

FAQs

What is the easiest pumpkin to carve? ›

The Difference Between Pie Pumpkins and Carving Pumpkins

Carving pumpkins are typically thinner and easier to saw into. They also have less guts on the inside, which are also grainier and stringier, making them easier to clean. Pie pumpkins, meant for baking, are usually smaller and more rounded.

Is it better to cut a hole in the top or bottom of a pumpkin? ›

But we think the secret to carving the perfect pumpkin starts with cutting a hole in the bottom of the pumpkin rather than the top. This will also help make your pumpkin last longer.

What to put in a carved pumpkin to keep it from rotting? ›

To extend the life of your carved fruits, rub a thin layer of petroleum jelly on the inside of the pumpkin to reduce mold and slow decay.

How do you carve a pumpkin for beginners? ›

How to Carve a Pumpkin like a Pro - Easy Halloween DIY by Warren Nash

Do you clean out pumpkin before carving? ›

Even if you're not eating a pumpkin, you should inspect and clean it before carving. You want your pumpkin to be clean before you handle it for carving. Remove any mushy or moldy spots on the pumpkin with a knife. Rub the pumpkin down with a vegetable brush or a clean, rough cloth.

How do you carve a pumpkin without going all the way through? ›

How to Carve a Pumpkin without Cutting Through - YouTube

Do you leave the top on a pumpkin when lit? ›

As opposed to carving the top portion of the pumpkin to create a removable lid, experts suggest cutting out the bottom instead. It's much easier to place the pumpkin with a hole in the base over top of a lit candle than putting the candle inside the pumpkin from the top where there's a greater risk of receiving a burn.

How do you make fancy pumpkin carving? ›

How To Carve A Pumpkin! Cool Carving Techniques! Stranger Things

What is the best way to cut the top of a pumpkin? ›

How to Cut the Top of a Pumpkin - YouTube

How do you carve a face into a pumpkin? ›

How to Carve Incredible Pumpkin Faces Ray Villafane Martha Stewart

Does Hairspray preserve pumpkins? ›

Spray it up: Hairspray and acrylic finish sprays can seal in a pumpkins freshness. They also prevent mold.

Does vinegar keep pumpkins from rotting? ›

The vinegar kills fungus, making it hard for the pumpkin to rot. That's why vinegar-soaked pumpkins look so new; they're unblemished by the grossness that inevitably befalls their untreated peers.

How do you keep jack o lanterns from rotting? ›

Apply petroleum jelly or olive oil to the cut surfaces to prevent dehydration over time. Spraying the cut surfaces with hairspray can also slow down the decaying process. Products designed for anti-humidity work really well.

Why did Halloween Wars get rid of pumpkin carvings? ›

Pumpkins weren't in season during the summer, and instead of ditching the season altogether, they just chose to change the format. Hopefully, the backlash will prove to the network that fans care about the show's format and go back to normal next year.

What is the pumpkin carving show called? ›

The final four carvers battle it out to earn the title of Outrageous Pumpkins Champion. First, Sunny Anderson challenges them to create a larger-than-life children's toy with a creepy spin.

How do you cut the bottom of a pumpkin? ›

STOP Cutting the Top - Halloween Pumpkin Carving Tips - YouTube

How early can you carve pumpkins? ›

"Carve no more than three days before Halloween," Evan recommends. If you plan to celebrate on the weekend before or after Halloween, pick a pumpkin carving date a few days before then. Carve too early, and your pumpkin will scare off trick-or-treaters with its rotten teeth!

How do you hollow out a pumpkin? ›

Using a pumpkin saw—you can find one in any pumpkin carving set—cut a circle around the bottom of the pumpkin that measures at least 4 inches across. Once you complete the cut around the entire circle, gently move the cut piece back and forth to loosen it from the pumpkin. Remove the cut-out piece and discard.

How long do carved pumpkins last? ›

As soon as you carve a pumpkin, the clock starts counting down to its inevitable decline, says Ashley Renne Nsonwu, host of the show Ashley Renne on Smart Healthy Green Living. "You have anywhere from three to five days max before they start to soften and get moldy," she says.

How thin should a pumpkin be to carve? ›

Scoop the Seeds

Scrape the walls of your pumpkin until it is clean and the areas to be carved are about 1-inch thick. Photo by Getty. Tip: Save your pumpkin seeds for roast pumpkin seeds.

How do you carve a curve on a pumpkin? ›

How to Carve a Pumpkin Perfectly - YouTube

What knife do you use to cut a pumpkin? ›

1. A Serrated Vegetable Knife. The best tool for cutting the eyes, mouth, and nose out of your jack-o'-lantern is something that's probably already sitting in your kitchen: “I use a fruit and vegetable knife with a serrated edge,” says McMahon, who notes that his is eight inches long.

How do you transfer a picture onto a pumpkin? ›

Apply Water. Use a damp sponge or spray bottle full of water to soak a small area of paper (Image 1). Gently begin to rub away the paper with your finger (Image 2). You'll notice the black image has transferred to the pumpkin.

Can you put a real candle in a jack-o-lantern? ›

It is safest to use a glow stick or battery-operated candle in a jack-o-lantern. If you use a real candle, use extreme caution. Make sure children are watched at all times when candles are lit.

What kind of candles do you put into pumpkins? ›

Using candles inside your carved pumpkins can have a negative effect on them as the heat is essentially cooking the pumpkin. Try using a flickering flameless candles or glow sticks instead.

Where do you store pumpkins before carving? ›

Warm weather and hot sunlight can speed decay in a pumpkin. Store both cut or uncut pumpkins in a cool, dry place, such as in a cool basement or the refrigerator, when not on display, as that will help keep them fresh longer.

How do I make my pumpkin light shine? ›

Thin the Walls of the Pumpkin

Pumpkins tend to have very thick walls, and for the light to shine through, especially if you are etching a design, you will want to thin it to about 1/2 to 1-inch thick.

How do you carve a ghost on a pumpkin? ›

How To Carve A Ghost Pumpkin Lantern - YouTube

How do you cut a circle in a pumpkin? ›

Steps
  1. Find the right pumpkin. Select a pumpkin with the right shape for the carving you'd like to do. ...
  2. Use your pencil to draw a circle at the top of the pumpkin. ...
  3. Cut out the circle shape using a sharp knife. ...
  4. Remove the cut circle. ...
  5. Scoop out the insides. ...
  6. Clean up. ...
  7. Time to trace the design! ...
  8. Start cutting.

What is the fastest way to clean a pumpkin? ›

How To Clean Out Your Pumpkin FAST! How To With Kristin - YouTube

How do you carve a knife with a pumpkin? ›

Cut along your outlines with a serrated knife.

Push the knife straight into the pumpkin along the outline of your design. Use an up-and-down sawing or rocking motion to cut through the skin. Start by making rough cuts to remove large sections and go back to clean up the edges.

How do you carve a pumpkin with eyes? ›

3D Pumpkin Carving - How To Carve Eyes - [EXCERPT] - YouTube

How do you shade a pumpkin? ›

6-Advanced Skills: Shading - YouTube

How do you carve a 3d pumpkin? ›

How to carve a 3-D Pumpkin - YouTube

Does WD-40 protect pumpkins? ›

It turns out that WD-40 is the perfect way to preserve and keep your jack-o-lantern in good condition! All you need to do is cover the exterior of your pumpkin with a layer of spray after you've finished carving it. Wait at least 24 hours to allow the spray to dry completely before placing a candle inside the pumpkin.

What to put on pumpkins to make them last? ›

If it's a carved pumpkin you're treating, you can use petroleum jelly or vegetable oil to rub into all the exposed parts (do this after a bleach soak for twice the benefits). Petroleum jelly, according to these carving experts, helps it to not dry out and shrivel up.

Does soaking a pumpkin in bleach? ›

Soak the pumpkin in a bleach solution.

The bleach is an antimicrobial agent that will kill most of the surface bacteria and mold spores on the pumpkin. You can soak the pumpkin up to 8 hours, but soaking it too long can actually infuse the flesh with too much moisture, making it more prone to rot.

Do you soak pumpkins in vinegar before or after carving? ›

Preserve carved pumpkins with a vinegar bath

' Once you have carved your pumpkins for your outdoor Halloween decor ideas, fully submerge your pieces in a bath or large tub or bucket full of 10 parts water and one part white vinegar.

What do you seal a pumpkin with? ›

The idea is to seal in moisture while preventing mold and bacteria from setting up shop on your pumpkin. Suggestions include applying petroleum jelly, vegetable or olive oil, or even WD-40 to the inside and outside of the pumpkin.

How long do jack o lanterns last? ›

Generally, carved pumpkins last between 3 to 5 days, but weather and sunlight can play a huge role in your lantern's life. If you live in a colder climate, your pumpkin could last up to a week, but if it's exposed to heat, it may only last a few days.

What do you spray carved pumpkins with? ›

Petroleum jelly or vegetable oil will help keep the moisture in and keep your pumpkin looking good. Another option is to use a store-bought pumpkin preservative spray like Pumpkin Fresh, which contains fungicide (to kill the mold) and lubricants (to keep the pumpkin from drying out).

Will candle burn pumpkin? ›

Can pumpkins catch on fire if a lighted candle is inside them? No, pumpkins are not flammable.

How long do you soak a carved pumpkin in bleach? ›

Using a large bucket or container, submerge your amazing work in a bleach/water solution of 1/3 cup bleach per gallon of water. Your pumpkins should soak for several hours, but no longer than 24. After the pumpkins have air dried from their bath, it is important to coat the carved edges with a moist preservative.

What kind of pumpkin is used for pumpkin pie? ›

Choose the Right Kind

For cooking, you'll want to use sugar pumpkins (also called pie or sweet pumpkins), which are small and round. Long Island Cheese pumpkins, which are more oblong and can look like a wheel of cheese, are also good to eat.

How long will a carved pumpkin last? ›

Generally, carved pumpkins last between 3 to 5 days, but weather and sunlight can play a huge role in your lantern's life. If you live in a colder climate, your pumpkin could last up to a week, but if it's exposed to heat, it may only last a few days.

How long does it take to carve a pumpkin? ›

Carving pumpkins is such a fun Halloween tradition for all ages that lets you make some spooky decor to light up the night. Since it only takes 30–60 minutes to carve a pumpkin, it's the perfect afternoon activity for you.

Can you carve green pumpkins? ›

"Make sure it's a good color, and what you want is a deeper orange." A pumpkin that is mostly green, but has patches of orange, will work if you don't plan on carving it right away, Rufener says. "It can still ripen even after you've picked it from the patch, but don't start carving until it's mostly orange."

What is a Cinderella pumpkin? ›

Cinderella pumpkins are a type of winter squash with a mild, sweet flavor and moist texture that makes them great for soups, sauces, purees, and curries. They can be roasted, baked and steamed, and used for ornamental purposes.

What are fairytale pumpkins? ›

Fairytale is a French heirloom pumpkin variety with a Cinderella shape and an unusual buckskin color at maturity. Fairytale weighs an average of 15 lbs. and has a flat shape, 6" deep by 15" wide. It is heavily ridged or scalloped shaped, has a delicious flesh for baking, and store for about 3 months.

How far in advance can I carve a pumpkin? ›

"Carve no more than three days before Halloween," Evan recommends. If you plan to celebrate on the weekend before or after Halloween, pick a pumpkin carving date a few days before then. Carve too early, and your pumpkin will scare off trick-or-treaters with its rotten teeth!

Is it better to keep a carved pumpkin inside or outside? ›

When you're decorating your home for Halloween, you can absolutely display jack-o'-lanterns inside. Just keep in mind that pumpkins fare best in dry, cool places. Where to put carved pumpkins is up to you, but we wouldn't recommend putting a carved pumpkin in your bathroom where it's wet and warm, for example!

What do you put inside a carved pumpkin? ›

Once you've carved your pumpkin, put petroleum jelly around the carved edges as well as all around the inside to help keep it moisturized. This will ensure the pumpkin stays fresh for a longer amount of time.

How do you curve a pumpkin? ›

How to carve the perfect pumpkin...
  1. Choose a large pumpkin and use a sharp serrated knife to cut off the crown.
  2. Using a large serving spoon, scoop out the seeds and fibres and discard. ...
  3. With a marker pen, draw a simple outline of a face on the pumpkin. ...
  4. Pop a tea light inside the pumpkin, light it and replace the crown.
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What tools do you use to carve a pumpkin? ›

Small paring knives are great for carving designs into the pumpkin. Pumpkin-carving kits, made specifically for kids or adults, are another good source. Battery-operated, pumpkin-carving knives also make quick work of even intricate designs.

How do you cut the bottom of a pumpkin? ›

STOP Cutting the Top - Halloween Pumpkin Carving Tips - YouTube

What do white pumpkins mean? ›

The white Halloween pumpkin was inspired by a Facebook post with a poem written by a mother in mourning. Jennifer Giles, a mother who lost her child Madelyn, wrote the poem in remembrance of her daughter. Now, white pumpkins are used to represent pregnancy and infant loss across the country.

What month do pumpkins turn orange? ›

Lots of people are wanting to know what month unripe pumpkins turn orange. Well it depends on sunlight. If they get decent sunlight in August they will turn orange within a few weeks. In sunny climates they may turn orange as soon as late August.

Do pumpkins get bigger after they turn orange? ›

Once it turns from green to orange that is as big as it will get. You absolutely should pick it as this will encourage the formation of more pumpkins. As long as it isn't damaged it will easily keep through Thanksgiving.

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