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11 Literary Inspired Pumpkins for a Bookish Halloween

By October 18, 2015October 12th, 2017Arty, Inspired by Literature

The witching hour is almost upon us and while looking for some inspiration for my own pumpkin I thought I’d scour the net for some literary inspired pumpkins! Though beyond my own skill level, some of them are amazing and I just had to share the best of them with you.

So if you’re looking for some inspiration for your own bookish pumpkin then we hope this offers some guidance! Prepare to be amazed, some of these are rather skillful.

If you love Halloween and never want to grow up then this Tinkerbell Pumpkin might be just the one for you.


Nevermore has Halloween been so scary as with this Poe Pumpkin


This Sherlock Holmes pumpkin is simply elementary!


May the odds be ever in your favour carving this amazing Hunger Games pumpkin.


This Where the Wild Things Are pumpkin double act is really wild.

This Shakespeare pumpkin is not bard at all!


You’ll be popular with the droogs if you can pull this Clockwork Orange pumpkin off!


You’ll be gone with the wind if you carve this one for the plantation


Make your own Frankenstein’s monster, leave the bolts and screws and grab a pumpkin and a knife!


This Winnie the Pooh is a hunnypot of a design!

And saving the best ’til last with this Harry Potter design is the Pumpkin who lived!


And because it’s never a party without cake, a bonus item!

Happy Halloween, everyone!

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