Frankenstein Pumpkin Carving
Frankenstein Pumpkin Carving Stencils
Some farmers grow more than one type this year. Some farmers, such as the Benson farmer, grow Frankenstein pumpkins. One such farmer, Jim Seamons, grows them for a pick-your-own pumpkin patch. He has a special mold for making the head of the monster. He stated that it takes three pumpkins to make a good monster head.
Another popular Frankenstein pumpkin carving stencil is a pumpkin with a face carved out of it. This stencil is a great way create a creepy, yet happy pumpkin. It has a mona Lisa-like look and is perfect for a fall-themed party. It looks great with a candle in the center.
The World Wildlife Federation website offers stencils for carving pumpkins, which can help you create a unique design. This site has different templates, including monsters, skeletons, and Frankensteins. Some of them are divided by skill level. You can also download free Halloween templates from sites such as HGTV.