21 Free Witch Pumpkin Carving Stencils

Halloween will be here before you know it, so we made 21 unique witch pumpkin carving stencils to help you show off your carving skills. And best of all, they’re free to print.

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What could be more fun-looking Halloween decor than a glowing, carved pumpkin of a witch?

Halloween offers many great activities the family can do together, and pumpkin carving is perfect for this.

To set the mood for your carving time, cook up some of your favorite fall appetizers and enjoy a creepy movie together.

Using a pumpkin carving stencil is a great way to get a professionally carved look without creating your own design. 

And if you need other pumpkin carving ideas for stencils, take a look at our ghost carving templates, cat pumpkin carving ones, and these creepy skulls carving patterns.

Materials Needed To Carve A Pumpkin Using A Witch Pattern

  • Pumpkin carving kit
  • Thumbtack
  • Blue painter’s tape
  • Kitchen knife
  • Sheet of plain printer paper
  • Printer

How To Use The Witch Pumpkin Carving Stencils

You don’t need to spend much time searching for the perfect pumpkin.

But you do want to consider the size and shape of the pumpkin based on the witch pattern you picked out.

If your design is big, you’ll need a larger pumpkin. If it’s a taller pattern, go for a taller pumpkin.

After you have removed the pumpkin seeds and pulp from the inside of the pumpkin. It’s time to work with the stencil. 

  • Print the witch pumpkin pattern and scale it bigger or smaller if necessary to fit the size of your pumpkin.
  • Now secure the stencil pattern to the pumpkin. One of the best ways I’ve found to do this is by making small tears across the sides and top of the paper to help bend the paper around the pumpkin.
  • Then, tape the corners and maybe a small piece at the top and bottom.
  • Use a thumbtack to trace the outlines of the pattern. Press the pin in and out to punch hole marks into the pumpkin’s skin. Remember, you will be carving the grey areas.
  • After tracing the lines, remove the paper. Sometimes it can be challenging to see the holes, so I like to take a ballpoint pen or a fine point sharpie and re-trace over the holes. 

And that’s it. You are ready to carve.

When you’re done carving your witch pumpkin, pop in a tea light candle, and place your witchy Halloween pumpkin on the front porch for everyone to see.

Choose from the free pumpkin carving patterns of witches below, there are simple ones as well as intricate patterns to meet any skill level. Just click the images to print the PDF files.

Witch Pumpkin Carving Stencils

The glowing color on the pumpkin is the area that will be carved.

A profile and silhouette view of a witch with a long wavy mane and her witch hat.

Another side view, inside of a circle of a witch wearing a hat.

A silhouette of a witch face and her witch hat.

A witch’s cauldron.

An awesome pumpkin carving pattern of a witch admiring her brew.

One of our easy pumpkin patterns is a simple witch hat.

A Halloween witch flying on her broomstick.

A witch flying sitting sideways on her magic broomstick.

A witch holding her broomstick.

A bent witch’s hat with her creepy hand.

A bent-over wicked witch with her hand outstretched to grab some children.

A good witch gliding past the moon.

An ugly, warty witch face template.

A witch with long hair pondering her next spell.

A smoldering cauldron filled with witch’s brew.

An old hag witch on a slow climb on her broomstick past the moon.

A good witch gliding through the air.

A witch flying past the moon with her pointy shoes on her broomstick.

A witch hat.

A witch’s Halloween black cat.

Here’s an amazing pumpkin stencil of a scary witch with a Wicked Witch of the West –like witch face. 

For other ideas for Halloween activities, you may want to check out our Halloween color by number printables, and how to draw a vampire bat –both offered free on our sister site! Happy Halloween!

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