Halloween is just around the corner and it wouldn't be the same if you didn't carve your own Jack-o-Lantern! Luckily the other day I met a great fellow squidooer like me on twitter and he shared with me his latest squidoo lens than in turn I'm sharing with you that has an awesome array of pumpkin patterns to give you an idea or just print them and carve.
Here is his and two other great twitter people that I found with spectacular ideas:
@nukemdomis: Not another list of free Halloween pumpkin carving patterns
@delloween: HGTV-Exclusive Pumpkin-Carving Templates
@americanpapist: Pro-Life Pumpkin
Now for some printing tips:
1. Remember that the end product is your pumpkin so be sure to print with black ink on draft mode to save on ink.
2. Another thing you can consider is using slightly used paper, those that you printed by mistake with a few words or just the date and obviously you recycle for this kind of things.
3. After you carve your master piece take a picture because your pumpkin won't last for long but a picture last forever! Now that picture you should print in the best quality possible.
4. Now that you took pictures of your Jack O'Latern use them next year for decoration purposes or party invitations. Great Idea huh?