Greet trick-or-treaters and fall guests with pumpkins, monsters, spiders, and bats that feature glowing eyes and shining smiles!
Use your imagination to create any kind of giggling, glowing, ghoulie creature you can imagine, such as a pumpkin, monster, spider, bat, ghost, or witch. To make a jack o’ lantern, follow these steps.
Cut a pumpkin from orange paper with Crayola Scissors. Cut a face, eyes, a nose, and a mouth, maybe with funny teeth. It’s great for interior cuts!
Cut transparent paper to fit behind each opening in the face. Cut each piece a bit larger than the opening it will cover. Glue paper on the back of the pumpkin to cover the holes.
Add designs to the front of your jack o’ lantern with Crayola Twistables® Slick Stix™ Crayons.
Hold a flashlight behind the jack o’ lantern to make it glow. Or tape it inside a window and let light from the room make the face appear to glow when viewed from outside at night.
Greet trick-or-treaters and fall guests with pumpkins, monsters, spiders, and bats that feature glowing eyes and shining
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