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Last Minute No-Carve Pumpkin Ideas
Here we are in the home-stretch to Halloween and I’m looking at a bunch of un-carved pumpkins. Which, I’m not really bothered about because I’m a no-carve pumpkin convert.
Last year was my first time not digging into the guck, and while it was hard to eradicate years of pumpkin carving traditions from my heart, they were quickly replaced by the ease (less mess) and joy in which my toddler was able to take part in the pumpkin decorating fun!
Now, I have another little one ready to get in on the action, and I’m just not ready to bust out the knives with them yet. Truth be told, it’s always a toss up between frantically finishing up their Halloween costumes vs. taking the time to carve pumpkins. Going the carve-free route allows me to fit everything in, and we’ve ended up engaging in sensory art and craft play at the same time! (I can’t promise I won’t bust out the drill after they’re in bed tomorrow night to make a few luminaries though…)
13 Fun & Easy Ideas
That are toddler friendly! Click through to see them all…
Pumpkin Drip Art
Even the messiest of creations can end up looking like art!
A Trio of Ideas
Mr Potato Head parts, glittery pipe cleaners and googly eyes, stickers – we had it all going on last year with nary a knife in sight.
Check out how to do this without all of the mess! Brilliant idea!
Babies can get in on the action too with this one!
Frank 'n' Friends
Check out this and 3 other spooktacular looks!
Puffy Paint Pumpkins
Another awesome sensory experience for the little ones.
Cut out shapes with (or for, depending on their age) your little one and let them glue the pieces on. It may not look as perfect as this, but they will be so proud of their masterpiece.
So simple! Black electric tape and google eyes. I know my toddler would love this one.