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Disney Winnie The Pooh Pumpkin Carving Patterns

Updated on October 4, 2014

Free Winne the Pooh Eeyore and Tigger too Carving Patterns

Winnie the Pooh is popular with adults and children alike, We All love that silly old bear and his friends. This Halloween delight your neighbors with my very own designed stencils. Stencils that you will only find here and from my blog. Tigger T-i-double-guh-er, he definitely doesn't like honey! Pooh bear a little forgetful, and Eeyore the sad sad donkey.

There are three difficulty levels, easy, medium, and hard. Anyone of these stencils will give you a fantastic pumpkin

Click HERE to get your free printables from my blog.

Enjoy, and happy carving!

All Photos © English-lion

Carving Tools

You can perfectly get by with the plastic tools you get at the stores, but if you want more details and a quicker way of carving, use these wood carving tools. They cut through the pumpkins like butter.

Yasutomo Wood and Linoleum Cutting Set, Assorted Size, Steel, Set of 12
Yasutomo Wood and Linoleum Cutting Set, Assorted Size, Steel, Set of 12

These are the only tools I use for the finer details on the pumpkins... Cheap too

 
Tiggers Don't Like Honey!
Tiggers Don't Like Honey!

Tiggers Don't Like Honey!

Skill Level: Easy

Super easy if you use my way of carving. You can see the detailed instructions with pictures on my Blog Ez Pumpkin Carving basically you spray the back of the stencil with spray adhesive, glue it onto the pumpkin and carve through the paper and the pumpkin at the same time. No transferring of the pattern. For a more stable pumpkin I gut the pumpkin after I've carved the pumpkin.

With this template start at the nose and work your way out

Pooh Bear Think Think Think

Still Level: Medium

Black = Cut

Gray = scrape

Using my method of gluing the template to the pumpkin Cut the the black first. Then using a thumbtack or thin nail poke holes close together to transfer the pattern onto the pumpkin. Then scrape, start at the nose and the the eye first

Eeyore

Still Level: Hard

This is all scraping, I personally love scraping and when you've got the right tools goes by quickly. This will be a very detail pumpkin and the envy of your neighbors. It's really not that hard.

Glue The Stencil on

Poke holes close together

Scrape started at the eyes and work your way out

Omg I a Mistake!

Use Tooth Picks

As you can see from this picture there was a lot of toothpicks used. If you don't want to see them in the final product just cut the ends.

On the scraped parts of the pumpkin I have accidentally shaved off an eyebrow and lost the part ... I simply made a new part out of the left over pumpkin skin and spray adhesive to glue it back on.

What Should Be My Next Set Of Pumpkin Stencils?

What Set Of Pumpkin Patterns You Like Me To Create Next?

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Have any questions or more ideas on stencils, that you would like to see, write them here in the comments

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      English-lion 3 years ago

      @Elsie Hagley: Frozen is very "in" there's not a day that goes by in my daycare that I don't here "Let It Go" (a song from that movie) .... My 5 year old daughter has all ready put her order in for Frozen pumpkin stencils.

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      Elsie Hagley 3 years ago from New Zealand

      Nice idea to add Winnie-the-pooh carving on pumpkins for halloween. I'm not very up to date with what children are enjoying these days, but I'm sure anything to do with Disney will go down well.