These cute pumpkin ideas are just what you need for a little fall fun! From a Jack Skellington pumpkin to Hello Kitty, the kids AND the grownups will have a blast with these creative Halloween pumpkins!
When I was asked to appear on Sarasota’s Suncoast View to share Halloween pumpkin ideas, I jumped at the chance. While I am a little terrified of actually cutting into a pumpkin, I love creating cute no carve pumpkins. Then when I found some cheap foam pumpkins for just a dollar, I totally stocked up.
I had a few ideas in mind but by the end of the week, I’d gone a little nuts. I was having so much fun that I couldn’t stop myself. At one point, my poor husband couldn’t find a spot to make his tea because my counters were completely covered in bottles of paint, glue, glitter, ribbon and foam pumpkins. At least I had some fun Halloween pumpkins to show for it!
I loved sharing my creations on the show and everybody came up with some really cute pumpkins. Click the image below to get tons of cute Halloween pumpkin ideas:
Why not gather the family together for some fall fun! With so many Halloween pumpkin designs to choose from, there are no carve pumpkin ideas for everybody in the family to love!
Easy No Carve Pumpkin Ideas
Are you as obsessed with Baby Yoda as we are? This Baby Yoda pumpkin was so much fun to make and may just be our new favorite no carve pumpkin!
We are equally obsessed with Harry Potter! I made a Golden Snitch pumpkin a couple years ago but thought it was high time I made a Harry Potter pumpkin to go along with it!
Technically I guess this isn’t a no carve pumpkin since I did cut it. I was actually trying to carve this one but didn’t realize it was hollow. I was going to toss it (it was only $1 so I didn’t mind) but then got the idea to make this cute diorama. My girls LOVED it and had a great time making their own!
I had a blast making these emoji pumpkins, though I’m still trying to figure out how to make the poop emoji that my five year old loves so much!
Nothing says Halloween like Frankenstein and this no carve pumpkin will get you and the kids ready for some creepy fun!
From orange styrofoam pumpkin to a beautiful butterfly! This butterfly pumpkin may just be one of our prettiest creations yet!
Our butterfly pumpkin needed a friend and what could be more perfect than this cute bumblebee?
Melting crayons over a pumpkin might just be one of my favorite Halloween pumpkin ideas ever! It might be messy but it sure was fun (this one comes with a video too)
It’s not Halloween without black cats, right? We’re cat lovers anyway so my girls loved it when I made this black cat pumpkin. It was super easy and really fun to make…everybody should have a black cat pumpkin for Halloween!
Pumpkins don’t get much prettier than this adorable Halloween pumpkin!
Love Harry Potter? Why not make a Harry Potter themed pumpkin for Halloween.
Who says spiders are scary? This spider pumpkin couldn’t be any cuter!
I’m never really sure if he’s a Halloween or Christmas character but since he has creepy written all over him, we’ll keep Jack Skellington linked to Halloween.
We made Jack first, but then he needed a partner. Now he’s got this Sally Skellington pumpkin to keep him from being lonely!
Who doesn’t love Hello Kitty, right? This cute Hello Kitty pumpkin is a fun addition to our pumpkin collection!
We love bats for Halloween and it seemed like the perfect choice for our next no carve pumpkin!
This mummy pumpkin is super easy to make so even the littlest pumpkin crafters can have fun with this one. You just need some white paint, gauze and oversized googly eyes for a little Halloween fun!
This was inspired by a trip to the grocery store and all the delicious looking caramel apples that were on display!
This didn’t start out as a Cinderella pumpkin. I just really liked this blue paint that we had left over from painting my daughter’s bedroom. I glued a few strands of “diamonds” to it, then some larger gems. When I was finished, Cinderella was the first thing that came to mind. What do you think?
When I came across pink metallic paint in the craft store, I knew it had to make it’s way into one of my crafts. I love the way this pumpkin turned out and might just add new metallic colors to my pumpkin collection every year.
Okay, so maybe it wasn’t actually inspired by a peacock. It kind of happened by accident but when all was said and done, we all agreed that this did look like a peacock. It was done in a hurry because I wanted to create a pumpkin to raise awareness for the Teal Pumpkin Project. Don’t know what that is? Find out all about it, then make your own peacock pumpkin for Halloween.
Sometimes when I make a mistake, it turns out better than what I’d originally planned. That’s exactly what happened with this Spiderweb Pumpkin. See what mistake was that I made and tell me if you think it was an improvement or not.
This was another pumpkin that I started making with no clear idea of where I was going with it. I just knew that I wanted a pumpkin covered in glitter. By the time I was finished, we all agreed that it looked like exploding fireworks.
A little spraypaint and some sparkly ribbon and I was able to turn an ugly styrofoam pumpkin into something pretty. See what it looked like before I got started.
Do you prefer carving pumpkins or playing it save with no carve pumpkins? Which of these would you make?
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