Carving Creatively: Festive Jack-O’-Lantern Faces

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A group of jack-o'-lanterns smile away. Photo Credit: Thinkstock
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Jack-o'-lantern with an evil smirk. Photo Credit: Thinkstock
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This pumpkin has a bat friend. Photo Credit: Thinkstock
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Getting ready for spooking time. Photo Credit: Thinkstock
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An intricately carved pumpkin. Photo Credit: Thinkstock
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An idea for a sagging pumpkin that's getting old. Photo Credit: Thinkstock
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An angry face and vicious teeth. Photo Credit: Thinkstock
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Slant the eyes for an especially evil look. Photo Credit: Thinkstock
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A group of jack-o'-lanterns in a good mood. Photo Credit: Thinkstock
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An easy twist to stay unique: Tilt your pumpkin before carving. Photo Credit: Thinkstock
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This jack-o'-lantern stuck with a classic look. Photo Credit: Thinkstock
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This pumpkin springs to life with his unique nose and sharp teeth. Photo Credit: Thinkstock
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A wide array of jack-o'-lanterns. Photo Credit: Thinkstock
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Get creative - you don't always have to carve a face. Photo Credit: Thinkstock
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