10 No-Carve Pumpkins for a Festive Halloween

10 No-Carve Pumpkins for a Festive Halloween What I love about Halloween decor is that it can be anything, from frightening zombies to adorable jack-o-lanterns. I love how carved pumpkins look beautiful lit up at night, but I’m not the first to dig right into the mess that comes with it. But what I really don’t like about carved pumpkins, is that all your hard and beautiful work lasts just a few days. With so many creative and equally spookish no-carve ideas, I’ve stuck to painting my gourds come Halloween, plus they make pumpkin decorating much more kid-friendly. I’ve gathered together 10 easy and festive Halloween pumpkin design ideas you should try this season…

Add dimension with flying bats. via It All Started with Paint {pictured above}

PicMonkey Collage

Halloween decor doesn’t always have to be scary. How adorable are these donut and ice cream cone pumpkins?!

10 No-Carve Pumpkins for a Festive Halloween Glitter always makes everything better, it can make pumpkins dark and spooky or whimsical. via Martha Stewart

10 No-Carve Pumpkins for a Festive Halloween Metallic, gilded and textured pumpkins work well with any Halloween look. via The Dreamery

10 No-Carve Pumpkins for a Festive Halloween Paint intricate patterns easily with lace stockings. via Martha Stewart

10 No-Carve Pumpkins for a Festive Halloween How cool would a glow in the dark pumpkin patch look! via Steve Spangler Science

10 No-Carve Pumpkins for a Festive Halloween Wrap up your pumpkins into spooky Mummies. via Homedit

10 No-Carve Pumpkins for a Festive Halloween Turn odd-shaped gourds into the iconic Halloween candy corn. via Homedit

10 No-Carve Pumpkins for a Festive Halloween Write up ghoulish messages on chalkboard painted pumpkins. via Country Living

10 No-Carve Pumpkins for a Festive Halloween

Turn your pumpkins into true heavy metal pieces, with copper strips. via 100 Layer Cake Instagram

You can see more of my past Halloween pumpkin inspiration here


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