Halloween is finally here!

After scrolling through our Instagram and Pinterest feed it has come to our attention that ‘scary’

is old news, so we’ve narrowed down our favorite adorable designs;

https://confettidea.ch/en/diy-halloween-unicorn-pumpkins/

Unicorn Pumpkin

This ‘no carve’ alternative is perfect if you don’t fancy your child wielding a carving knife!

The colour options are endless and honestly this design would look fabulous in your house or garden

all year round.

https://www.bespoke-bride.com/2014/10/29/diy-pumpkin-emojis-ready-for-halloween/

Emoji Pumpkin

Unfortunately, ‘no carve’ pumpkins mean you cannot have a tea light sitting inside them when it gets dark.

However, these fun emoji face pumpkins are the best of both worlds.

https://studiodiy.com/2013/10/24/diy-donut-pumpkins/

Donut Pumpkin

Halloween is all about treats, so this sweet tooth pumpkin inspiration is faultless.

This design looks particularly realistic if you use miniature pumpkins!

The most common variety is ‘Jack Be Little’ so keep an eye out at your local supermarket.

http://www.designlovefest.com/2015/10/make-it-pumpkin-lanterns/

Holey Pumpkin

This intricate design technique will WOW your Halloween party guests.

Distribute holes all over the pumpkin or even spell out a word/phrase.

Note: this involves using a power tool so is not child friendly.

http://www.sunset.com/home/weekend-projects/make-black-cat-o-lanterns

The Black Cat Pumpkin

Admittedly, this is more of a complex design but the finished result is totally worth it.

If you want a tall elegant cat, you may need to go to a local pumpkin farm or farmers market.

Supermarkets only tend to sell traditional round shaped pumpkins (which will still work if

you want a chubby, curled up cat).

Happy Halloween Y’all!

Photo Credits:

Confetti Idea.CH

Bespoke Bride

Studio DIY

Design Love Fest

Sunset.com