Mummy and Minion 1
Okay, that mummy pumpkin looks so great and really it's just gauze and googly eyes. Love it. Oh and here is a tutorial for how to make a Minion pumpkin.
Candy corn 2
Some paint can turn an oblong pumpkin into candy corn. How clever is that?
Pollack pumpkins 3
Tell me your kids wouldn't have a blast channeling their inner Jackson Pollack and splattering paint all over their pumpkins? Not that you need a tutorial, but just in case you'd like to see how to create a Jackson Pollack inspired pumpkin, you can click on over.
Black and white 5
I love the way these black and white pumpkins look, they're so chic and give me so many ideas. You could do a white pumpkin with just a black cat painted in the middle or a white pumpkin with pieces of black lace glued on to it.
Sugar skull 6
I love all of these pumpkins, but the one with a sugar skull is my favorite because it combines Día de los Muertos and Halloween, which is perfect for my bicultural self. I found some great instructions for how to make your own no carve sugar skull pumpkin, in case you want to make your own!
De colores 7
You know all those bits of broken crayons that you have just laying around because your kids don't know the power of their own strength? You can glue then to the top of a pumpkin and then use a blow dryer to melt them to create an awesome crayon drip pumpkin.
Pure gold 8
I cannot believe that a little spray paint can make a pumpkin look like it's made out of solid gold. I love how posh this looks.
Look at that! You add some frijolitos to a pumpkin in a geometric shape and you've got yourself a work of art!