The time has come for pumpkin spice and all things nice. If you love to DIY your pumpkins then here are 20 Best No-Carve Pumpkin Ideas You Need To Try This Year because there’s never been a better time for crafting!
It’s pumpkin season and there’s a no-carve pumpkin trend happening.
It seems pumpkin carving is everyone’s favourite activity over autumn and Halloween, but there’s just something so fun about painting or decorating pumpkins. And no sharp tools for the kids, so no chance anyone’s getting hurt.
These no-carve pumpkins are the perfect decor piece for your party, porch, mantle or dining table and can be used for many occasions.
Here are 20 Best No-Carve Pumpkin Ideas You Need To Try This Year
1. Rainbow Pumpkins
2. Pastel Pumpkins
3. Cactus Pumpkin
This gorgeous cactus from Craft Create Cook might be tickly, but it won’t be prickly and that’s what matters when crafting with little ones.
4. Scary Cute Pumpkins
5. Unicorn Pumpkin
‘Unicorns are a girl’s best friend’, or so I think the saying should go. I love unicorns and their ability to make everything feel magical. Best Friends for Frosting knows how to make a pumpkin look dreamy.
6. Ice Cream Cone Pumpkin
This ice cream pumpkin from Frugal Coupon Living looks good enough to eat, but I wouldn’t advise it. Just place it somewhere for all to admire.
7. Monster Face Pumpkins
8. Plaid Pumpkins
These pumpkins from Vintage Meets Glam sure look quite sophisticated in all their plaid glory.
9. Glitter Pumpkins
10. Watercolour Pumpkins
These pretty watercolour splashed pumpkins from Lines Across are so darling, and easy to DIY.
11. Fingerprint Art Pumpkins
12. Donut Pumpkins
These pumpkins from Studio DIY make me want to take a bite. Create these donut pumpkins and colourful sprinkles with your favourite colour acrylic paints.
13. Dripping Paint Pumpkin
If you have a Cricut machine, making these will be a piece of (pumpkin) pie alternatively, these vinyl alphabet stickers will do the trick. House of Joyful Noise shows you how to spookify your pumpkins.
14. Space Pumpkins
Get starry-eyed with this space pumpkin DIY from Adventure in a Box. These pumpkins would be fun for learning about space in the homeschool classroom.
15. Candy Corn Sprinkle Pumpkins
Candy corn is a Halloween staple, so it’s no surprise that these DIY pumpkins from Pencil Shavings Studio fit right in with the season. This is another job for the Cricut machine, but if you don’t own one, cut out sprinkles from some vinyl adhesive stickers.
16. Sticker Decorated Pumpkins
17. Candy Covered Pumpkin
This candy pumpkin from Brie Brie Blooms wouldn’t last long in my house, because my kids would eat all the sweets! I love the seasonal colours of the candy pattern, it brings the plain orange pumpkin to life, and how cute is the free printable? Grab some candy and add even more fun to your Halloween!
18. Party Animal Pumpkins
Studio DIY shows you how to turn your pumpkins into adorable party animals, but make sure you choose a pumpkin with a long enough stem for the nose.
19. Party Pumpkins
20. Melted Crayon Pumpkin
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