Still Need to Carve a Pumpkin? Use These Pokémon Carving Stencils
If you ask me, you should probably carve a Pokémon pumpkin. Don't know how? I've created a bunch of stencils below for your carving pleasure.
Once you've cut off the top of your pumpkin and hollowed it out, print your stencil of choice and secure to the pumpkin with tape or pins. Then, use a transfer tool to copy the design to the pumpkin, poking holes to make your guideline for carving. Remove the stencil, then carve and you're done.
Want your Pokémon jack o' lantern to be both adorable and universally recognizable? This cutie is your guy.
Here's what happened when I used this template to carve a watermelon.
If you're feeling fiery and adventurous this Halloween, the fire-time starter Pokémon Litten is the perfect feline for your pumpkin.
Popplio is the subject of a lot of undeserved animosity. If you're Team Popplio, wear it loud and proud with help from this stencil.
The grass-type owl Rowlet is a wise Pokémon selection in general, but it's particularly smart when you're deciding how to carve up a pumpkin.
Charizard is both classic and totally fierce. Wear him on your pumpkin to let everyone know you're a Pokémon master.
Impressed with my Charizard carving? It looks even better lit up.
Behold the aura of a Lucario o' lantern.
If you want your pumpkin to show off your true power, this Mewtwo stencil is calling your name.
It's not Pikachu! It's Mimikyu! This ghost Pokémon dresses like Pikachu so that people might love it as much as they love Pikachu. It's kind of like a trick-or-treating Pokémon.
The original ghost-type Pokémon prankster deserves to be carved again and again and again.
Last but not least, the pumpkin ghost Pokémon, Pumpkaboo, is another picture-perfect candidate for your pumpkin this Halloween. So meta!