‘Tis the weekend to be decorating! Next week is Halloween and I’ve been collecting no carve pumpkin decorating ideas from fellow creatives to come up with the perfect activity for the kids this weekend. We’ll probably carve too but the kids love to paint and stick at the moment so I wanted some alternative crafting ideas for Halloween.

13 No Carve Pumpkin Decorating Ideas

I’ve picked 13 no carve pumpkin decorating ideas because it’s the most spooky number I could think of. Ten of these pumpkins are actual pumpkins, while the final three are crafty artificial pumpkins which I just love. It’s been a while since I crocheted but the pumpkins featured near the end are making me want to get back into it!

13 No Carve Pumpkin Decorating Ideas

Polkadot Pumpkins:

Jen at Craftic has gone with classic candy corn colors and painted her pumpkins. Nice and simple, I’m pretty sure my little ones could have a good go at these.

polkadot pumpkin

Unicorn Pumpkin:

Lisa from Fun Money Mom is a bit of a pumpkin decorating expert and has quite the selection on her blog. I absolutely love this unicorn pumpkin decorating idea, so adorable and pretty!

unicorn pumpkin

Moustache Pumpkin:

Tammilee from Tammilee Tips is using simple mustache stickers to quickly create a cool monochrome pumpkin.

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Teal Sparkle Pumpkin:

Marie & Aleisha from The Inspiration Vault have gone teal and added a decorative ribbon to the top of their pumpkin:

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Melted Crayon Pumpkin:

Here is another gorgeous pumpkin from Lisa at Fun Money Mom. I highly recommend checking out her selection of ideas because they are all fabulous.

melted crayon pumpkin

Candy Corn Pumpkin:

Rachel from Creative Homemaking has chosen the perfect tall pumpkin for her candy corn painted decoration. So simple but it looks great.
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Pumpkin Spider:

Another from Marie & Aleisha at The Inspiration Vault. They have gone spooky with a glittery spider pumpkin.

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Happy Pumpkins:

Paula from Beauty through Imperfection has gone jumbo on the goofy eyes and made simple happy pumpkins. I know my kids would enjoy these.

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Jack Skeleton Pumpkin:

My final pick from Lisa at Fun Money Mom, she had so many I couldn’t decide which was my fave!

Jack Skeleton Pumpkin

Toddler Painted Pumpkins:

Kristina from Planes & Balloons uses tape stencils to create faces on these pumpkins. Really simple and I’m sure my boys would enjoy pealing the tape and revealing the face!Halloween-activities-for-toddlers-4

Crochet Pumpkins:

Meg from Meg Made with Love shared her crochet pumpkins with Jess at Make & Do Crew and I am crazy for them!

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Dryer Vent Pumpkins:

Katie from You Brew My Tea made a pumpkin from painted dryer vent piping… geniously crafty.

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Burlap Pumpkins:

Jessica from Curtesy Crafts is going traditional on the fall crafts with burlap and created these cute little pumpkin decorations.

Burlap Pumpkin

Those are my 13 picks from fellow crafty bloggers. There are some great no carve pumpkin decorating ideas here and I think I’ll be heading to the craft store for some paints and stickers tomorrow to get stuck in. Happy Halloween!

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