No Carve Pumpkins

Hate the mess of scooping out pumpkin guts to carve a pumpkin? There are many ideas out there for no carve pumpkins! We’ve gathered a few of our favorites to help you get the party started. These charming pumpkins are perfect for small spaces, offices, dorm rooms, and even kitchen counters and fireplace mantles! Decorate a variety of sizes and designs and place them by your front door. A few simple supplies will turn your Halloween pumpkins into a huge success!

Donut sugarcoat how cute these are!

Donut be tricked, these cute little donuts are actually pumpkins! With a little fun and paint these pumpkins will brighten up desks, side tables and kitchen counters!

Decorative Tape

These no carve pumpkins only require some paint, decorative tape and a little imagination. Choose colors to compliment your room and these can last through Thanksgiving!

Metallic Paint Pens

Choose a variety of small pumpkins and paint them all one solid color. You can paint the stem with a coordinating color, or even use glitter paint! Once the paint dries use a metallic pen to draw words on your pumpkin. You can even draw monograms or your roommates names!

Metallic Mandalas

This is another no carve pumpkins metallic pen idea! Start out by painting an entire pumpkin black. When the paint dries use various metallic pens to design mandalas on the pumpkin. Look on Pinterest for Mandala design ideas!

Eucalyptus Pals

These precious pumpkin pals are simply delightful! After painting them a solid color use a marker to draw on the eyelashes, then use a hot glue gun to adhere to sprigs of dried eucalyptus. You can find dried eucalyptus inside our shop located at 1424 E. Grand River, East Lansing, MI.

Punny Pumpkins

These quotable pumpkins are sure to bring giggles to your guests. Use the punny ideas seen in the photo or click here for more Halloween puns!

Succulent Squash

There are two ways that you can create this fetching succulent pumpkin planter. If you are looking to keep it simple by not cutting open the pumpkin simply paint the outside, gather faux succulents and moss and glue them to the top of the pumpkin! Or create a temporary but functional planter by scooping out the pumpkin. After cleaning out the inside paint the outside of your pumpkin one solid color and use a marker to draw the face. Once your pumpkin has dried line it with foil, fill it with soil and transplant your succulents, adding moss around the edges. To ensure freshness transplant your succulents back into a permanent container once Halloween is over!

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