Tis the season for all things spooky!
There’s no better time of year to sit down and cuddle up to watch scary movies. And although Hollywood is churning out new scary movies and rebooting old ones, we have a special place in our hearts for the classics. That’s why we carry such a large selection of scary costumes for you to choose from each year.
This Halloween, we decided to create pumpkin stencils in honor of our favorite classic villains. These are the villains who have haunted our nightmares for a few decades now. And we’re talking about more than just Freddy Krueger.
If Pennywise from It gave you coulrophobia, these stencils probably aren’t for you. We’re calling all of the horror fans to gather around the table to start carving a spooky scene!
Deck your lawn with jack-o-lanterns featuring some of the scariest villains around. All you need to get started is a pumpkin and your carving tools. These classic horror villain pumpkin stencils are free. You just need to print them out. Then, you’ll be the pumpkin artist you always knew you could be.
Choose from some of the best horror villains of all time. You can carve Pennywise from It, Jason from Friday the 13th, Michael Myers from Halloween, Ghostface from Scream, or Freddy Krueger from A Nightmare on Elm Street.
Pennywise Pumpkin Stencil
The Dancing Clown has made a terrifying comeback.
Ghostface Pumpkin Stencil
Seeing Scream when it came out made you want to unplug your phone from the wall, back when landlines were still a thing.
Michael Myers Pumpkin Stencil
The movie that made Halloween even scarier and turned the Shatner mask into an icon for Michael Myers.
Jason Vorhees Pumpkin Stencil
It’s just a hockey mask but it triggers us all.
Freddy Krueger Pumpkin Stencil
From your nightmares to your pumpkin then back again. There’s no escape. Stay awake.
With so many villains to choose from, it may be hard to pick the one perfect for your pumpkin. But thanks to the money you’ll save thanks to these free printables, you can splurge on a whole scary pumpkin squad! Don’t forget to share your finished creations with us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram!