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Pumpkin Teeth For Your Jack-O-Lantern

Updated on October 13, 2013

Pumpkin Teeth Come in Spooky Fangs or Silly Buck Teeth

Are you looking for something new and different to do with your jack-o-lantern this year? Do you like to have the coolest pumpkins in your neighborhood every Halloween Or are you just the opposite - someone who really doesn't like carving pumpkins, but you do it just for the kids? If any of these descriptions fits you, then you'll want to check out the latest accessory for your jack-o-lantern - pumpkin teeth. You just carve out a hole and stick them in. Forget about trying to cut a mouth full of teeth on your design. Pumpkin teeth are much easier and you can clean them off and use them again next year. Sound interesting? Read on to learn more.

(Pumpkin image provided by Amazon. See link below.)

Glow-in-the-Dark Buck Teeth - Not as scary as the fangs shown above

People aren't the only ones who can wear false teeth. Now your jack-o-lantern can sport them, too. With pumpkin teeth, you don't have to hassle with cutting up and down, up and down over and over to put a smile on your jack-o-lantern. Simply cut an opening and push them plastic pieces in and you'll have an orange grinning head in no time. When Halloween is over, take over the pieces, wash them off and store them for next year. These buck teeth are great for creating happy jack-o-lanterns that won't scare small kids.

Glow in the Dark Buck Pumpkin Teeth
Glow in the Dark Buck Pumpkin Teeth

Description: Package includes (18) pumpkin teeth in assorted sizes (8 small, 6 medium and 4 large). Large teeth measure approximately 1.25" H, the medium teeth measure approximately 1" H and the small teeth measure approximately 0.5" H. Plastic teeth are reusable year after year and allow you to customize your own pumpkin look. For ages 6+.

 

Glow-in-the-Dark Fangs - Give your jack-o-lantern the scariest grin in the neighborhood

These glow-in-the-dark pumpkin teeth are great for anyone who wants to give their jack-o-lantern that extra special, spooky touch. They'll make your pumpkin the talk of the neighborhood. If you've got older kids who want to create a face face with a more frightening appearance, choose these rather than the option above. My 12-year-old son loves using these to create scary pumpkinheads! See the image below to see one of his diabolical creations, a giant evil pumpkin eating a smaller one.

Glow in the Dark Fang Pumpkin Teeth (18 count)
Glow in the Dark Fang Pumpkin Teeth (18 count)

* All New This Year these Glow in the Dark Fang Pumpkin Teeth will dress up any Pumpkin or Jack o Lantern.

* Includes 8 Small, 6 Medium and 4 Small fangs

* Large teeth measure approximately 3" H, the medium teeth measure approximately 2" H and the small teeth measure approximately 1.25" H.

* Plastic teeth are reusable year after year and allow you to customize your own pumpkin look.

 

Get Creative! - Here's my son's Halloween creation

(photo by Lisa Howard)
(photo by Lisa Howard)

The Art of Pumpkin Carving - Learn some new techniques in this video

Extreme Pumpkins: Diabolical Do-It-Yourself Designs to Amuse Your Friends and Scare Your Neighbors - Get inspired with these extreme designs

Not satisfied with adding pumpkin teeth to your jack-o-lantern? Do you want to create great jack-o-lanterns at Halloween? This book can help. A reviewer at Amazon called it, "the most creative, creepy and hilarious example of the pumpkin carving art ever published."

Extreme Pumpkins: Diabolical Do-It-Yourself Designs to Amuse Your Friends and Scare Your Neighbors
Extreme Pumpkins: Diabolical Do-It-Yourself Designs to Amuse Your Friends and Scare Your Neighbors

Product description: Based on his popular and addictive website ExtremePumpkins.com, Tom Nardone has created a full-color guide to pumpkin carving that's truly frightening. Featuring the website's signature Puking Pumpkin, and spanning everything from Drowning Pumpkin, Crime Scene Pumpkin, and Cannibal Pumpkin to Electrocuted Pumpkin and other never-before-seen designs, this gleefully gory guide is nothing short of a manifesto to take back Halloween from the cheerful, the cutesy, and the parent-sanctioned. For the egg-throwing, toilet tissue- streaming, window-soaping teenager in all of us, finally- a whole new way to celebrate October 31.

 

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