The Perfect Jack-O-Lanterns for Your Halloween Event is a high ranking blog, press release and news publishing website. We publish content from trusted sources.

This is a fool-proof guide for carving the perfect pumpkins this Halloween and decorate any event spaces. (Related topic: event spaces)

Although the truth is that pumpkin carving is not that difficult, some people just can’t get the hang of it. So if you want to get pro at carving pumpkins, pay attention and follow every step.

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-Set your pumpkin carving duty in a space you don’t mind getting messy, ideally, outdoors.

-Line your work surface with something you’ll throw away later old newspapers or flattened brown paper grocery bags work well.

-Gather your tools, a pumpkin carving kit from your local drugstore, supermarket, or Halloween pop-up shop will work fine. However, you can also use tools from your kitchen.

-Before you start, make sure you have everything you need ready and at hand. Bowls, markers and carving tools

-With a pen or marker draw your design onto the pumpkin. After you’ve determined the best side of your pumpkin for a face, use a permanent marker to sketch out eyes, a nose, and a toothy grin. Outline a circular lid around the pumpkin stem, about 5 to 6 inches in diameter and add a notch in the back if you like.

-With a slim pumpkin carving knife or serrated knife, cut along the outline of your pumpkin lid. Make sure you slice through the pumpkin at a 45-degree inward angle, so you’ll be able to replace the lid without it falling in.

-Remove the pumpkin seeds and instead of throwing away the seeds, save them. You can roast them with oil and salt for a delicious snack. Grab the big bunches of seeds with your hands and place them in one of the bowls.

-Scoop out the insides of the pumpkin using a ladle or the scraper that came with your kit to clean out the inside of the pumpkin until no stringy bits remain. Discard the pumpkin guts in the second bowl.

-Wipe off the outside of the pumpkin so that it will be easier and safer to carve, then cut out the design.

-Clean up the details, removing any stringy pieces or jagged lines with a small knife or the wire tool from your carving kit. You can also scrape off the marker lines while you’re at it.

-Put a tea light candle in the bottom of your pumpkin and light the pumpkin and replace the lid. Voilá! Your Jack-o-Lantern is done. is a high ranking blog, press release and news publishing website. We publish content from trusted sources.

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