With Halloween around the corner, my kids have been asking dad to help them create a Minecraft pumpkin. It’s no surprise as they are both really into Minecraft this year. What I have found is that there are a lot of Minecraft pumpkin ideas out there inspired by the Creeper. I have found several great ideas out there. What we ended up settling on was using a green pumpkin, which we purchased from a local pumpkin patch, and using a Creeper pumpkin stencil (found here).
After having spent some time on the Web, I have found several clever posts I would like to share with you. The first picture I would like to share is the green pumpkin idea using a Creeper face. I think the natural green pumpkin skin looks great and the orange internals of the pumpkin really match everything well. Here is a picture of it:
The next pumpkin I found, which isn’t really a pumpkin at all, was a rather large green pepper that had been cut to look like a creeper. The only downside to doing this is that peppers don’t last long. If this is a route you want to take, I highly recommend cutting it the day of Halloween. That said, it would still look really cool next to a bunch of other pumpkins. If it is large enough, you should still be able to fit a slimline candle into it. Here is a picture of the Creeper green pepper:
Most of the Creeper pumpkins I have found out there utilize a very simple block structure, which looks great, but I came across another pumpkin that not only utilized a block face, but included the silhouette of a Minecraft creeper. It is absolutely brilliant and I felt it would be a great addition to this post. Here you go!
One thing that I found rather positive about all of these stencils and pumpkin designs is that they are all really easy. There is nothing complex about them. While there are stencils out there, most of them could easily be free-cut without much prep time involved at all. I would like to congratulate the owners of these pumpkins as a job very well done.
Please feel free to comment on this post. I would love to hear your Minecraft pumpkin and pumpkin stencil ideas. Thanks for reading!