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Free Printable No-Carve Pumpkin Faces

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The hot weather in Florida, even in October, is not carving pumpkin-friendly, so I am always putting a new twist on our decorations. Today I am sharing how to DIY the Easiest No-Carve Monster Pumpkins for Halloween. A quick and easy project featuring Tombow Xtreme Permanent Adhesive, Dual Brush Pens, and one of my favorites – the MONOTWIN Permanent Marker!  This is a great project to complete with the kiddos in just an afternoon. Let your creativity go to make the scariest, kookiest, or prettiest monsters with my Free Printable No-Carve Pumpkin Faces!

How to DIY the Easiest No-Carve Halloween Pumpkins with Creatively Beth #creativelybeth #monsterpumpkins #nocarvepumpkins #freeprintable #kidscraft #halloweencraft

Free No-Carve Jack-O-Lantern Faces to Print and Color

This week I am co-hosting Team Creative Crafts HALLOWEEN Crafts Edition with my crafty friends Laura from Laura Kelly Designs, and Lindsay from Artsy-Fartsy Mama. We are featuring ALL the fabulously colorful and cute craft projects from some of the most talented designers we know. Check out my tutorial, then scroll down to see all the creativity.

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Here's what you need to make Spooky Cute Monster Pumpkins:

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Here's how to create Easy Jack-O-Lanterns for Halloween:

STEP ONE

Sketch out some monstrous features on plain paper with MONO Drawing Pencil 3H grade.  This harder lead will allow you to sketch easily without a lot of erasing needed since your lines will be lighter.  I love drawing all of the features independently and then mixing and matching later. If you don't want to sketch your own, you can download my FREE PRINTABLE NO-CARVE MONSTER PUMPKIN FEATURES at the bottom of this post ⇓

Sketch out monster eyes, noses and mouths with a pencil on plain paper Creatively Beth #creativelybeth #monsterpumpkins #nocarvepumpkins #freeprintable #kidscraft #halloweencraft

STEP TWO

Ink in all of the sketches with the bullet tip of Dual Brush Pen N15.

Ink in your monster facial features with the bullet tip of the Tombow Dual Brush Pen Creatively Beth #creativelybeth #monsterpumpkins #nocarvepumpkins #freeprintable #kidscraft #halloweencraft

Next, I used my Cricut Bright Pad to trace all of the monster's features onto heavyweight 110 lb. cardstock with the bullet and fine tip of the MONOTWIN Permanent Marker.  I love to draw a double sketchy line when using the fine tip of the MONOTWIN to create added interest. The Cricut Bright Pad is my go-to for all my hand-drawn and hand-lettered printable files – plus it's great for weeding vinyl!

Place sketch onto the Cricut Bright Pad and trace monster facial features onto heavy cardstock with the MONOTWIN Permanent Marker Creatively Beth #creativelybeth #monsterpumpkins #nocarvepumpkins #freeprintable #kidscraft #halloweencraft

STEP THREE

Pick your favorite colors and dig in!  I used the Dual Brush Pens to give my monster features the added POP of color that they needed!

Get creative with your color combinations Creatively Beth #creativelybeth #monsterpumpkins #nocarvepumpkins #freeprintable #kidscraft #halloweencraft
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I used some unconventional color combinations of Dual Brush Pens for my quick and easy no-carve monster pumpkins, which I just LOVE!

Color in the Monster eyes, noses and mouths with Tombow Dual Brush Pens Creatively Beth #creativelybeth #monsterpumpkins #nocarvepumpkins #freeprintable #kidscraft #halloweencraft

STEP FOUR

Next, cut out all monster features.  This is the FUN part – mix and match the features to create the perfectly creepy, cute, or funny monster!

Cut out the colored monster features with scissors Creatively Beth #creativelybeth #monsterpumpkins #nocarvepumpkins #freeprintable #kidscraft #halloweencraft

STEP FIVE

Using Tombow Xtreme Permanent Adhesive, roll to apply then swipe to the side for a clean application. Mix and match the Monster facial features to make your own unique creations!

Download the No-Carve Pumpkin Faces Free Printable

No-Carve Monster Pumpkins are Super Quick!

I hope you will use my how-to DIY project to print and color these No-Carve Monster Pumpkin Faces as a jumping-off point to showcase YOUR Halloween decor. Get creative with the kiddos and have some FUN!

How to DIY the Easiest No-Carve Halloween Pumpkins with Creatively Beth #creativelybeth #monsterpumpkins #nocarvepumpkins #freeprintable #kidscraft #halloweencraft

More Halloween Crafts!

Below are more upcycled and recycled projects created by some of my craftiest designer friends. We are participating in the Creative Crafts – Halloween Edition. Scroll down to see all the goodness.

Halloween is my FAVORITE time of the year, so I have a ton of fun ideas and projects. Check out my DIY Mason Jar Witch project that can be used as a candy jar, or a lantern!

How to DIY a Mason Jar Witch Halloween Lantern Creatively Beth #creativelybeth #masonjar #witch #halloween #craft #creativecrafts

Recycling and upcycling have been my jam since I was a kid. Sometimes I even purchase a certain type of product because of its packaging. For my Recycled Bottle Halloween Ghosts project, I purchased Sparkling ICE Water strictly because of the size and shape of the bottle. Now, I am hooked on the Mango Tangerine, it's slightly fizzy but too bubbly. Secrets revealed!

Recycled Bottle Halloween Ghosts by Creatively Beth #creativelybeth #creativecrafts #recycledcrafts #halloweencrafts

Y'all know I love a good deal, so I was excited when I found all of the supplies to make Dollar Tree Bandana Pumpkins. They turned out so cute, went together in just 15 minutes, and only cost $5.00 (for two)!

How to make Dollar Tree Bandana Pumpkins for Autumn Creatively Beth #creativelybeth #dollartree #bandanacrafts #crafts #pumpkin #falldecor #autumndecor

Laura from Me and My Inklings sharing an adorable Scrap Fabric Pumpkin Banner that is super quick and easy to create. Love those calico fabric pumpkins!

Blanca with Creativities Galore is sharing a tutorial for making Halloween Candy Pockets which are quick and easy. Scale these pockets up or down to create all types of gift holders!

Ginger with Ginger Snap Crafts creates the cutest candy gifts with tags, so check out her Halloween Neighbor Gift with a free file to either print or cut on your Cricut. She has a TON of inspiration in this post!

Shani is making Easy Halloween Shrinky Dinks over on her blog Sunshine and Munchkins. I agree with her that the simplest craft projects are the ones that capture the kiddos interest the most!

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Too busy to print and color these Free Printable No-Carve Pumpkin Faces right now? Pin it for later!  I'd love for you to pin this project to your favorite craft board on Pinterest and then it’ll be waiting for you when you’re ready.

I'd love to hear what you think about this project, or if you want to know more about Free Printable. If you've made your own No-Carve Pumpkin projects, I would love to see your creations! Share them on Instagram, and Facebook, or leave a comment/photo on the project pin on Pinterest! #CreativelyBeth

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12 thoughts on “Free Printable No-Carve Pumpkin Faces

  • Such great ideas. I am always looking for different ways to decorate pumpkins. Here in Colorado, a carved pumpkin is just an open invitation for the deer to come to dinner! Thanks so much for sharing Beth!

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    • Very true, Denise!!

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  • These are cute monster pumpkins! Thank you for sharing the tutorial. Visiting from the Home Matters link up today. Have a great weekend!

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    • Thanks a bunch, Marielle!!

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  • Adorable! Thank you for sharing at Party In Your PJ’s.

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    • Thanks for hosting at Party In Your PJ’s, Ann!!

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  • Cute pumpkins and project!

    Thanks for sharing your post with us on Embracing Home and Family link-up. I hope you join us again this Friday!

    -Cherelle

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    • I certainly will join in the linky party fun, Cherelle!!

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  • What a cute craft, children would enjoy this! Thanks so much for linking up at the #UnlimitedLinkParty 133. Pinned.

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  • Visiting again to say thank you so much for linking up at #AThemedLinkup 167 for All Things Printable. Pinned again.

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  • These are fabulous, Beth. No mess, no pumpkin “guts” everywhere. Featuring when my link party opens!

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    • I agree, Carol!! I love mess free activities with the kiddos!

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