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  • Stick 'n Carve Pumpkin Patterns
  • Stick 'n Carve Pumpkin Patterns
  • Stick 'n Carve Pumpkin Patterns
  • Stick 'n Carve Pumpkin Patterns

Stick 'n Carve Pumpkin Patterns

Item# 07331119
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You'll have the coolest pumpkins this Halloween with the help of these Stick 'n Carve Pumpkin Patterns! This kit includes three blank sheets of printable paper that stick to the pumpkin while you carve, as well as access to 10 free pumpkin patterns. Use one of the customizable sheets or a design of something you love and prepare to light-up the block with your beautiful pumpkins!

  • Stick 'n Carve Pumpkin Patterns includes:
    • 3 sheets of printable paper
    • Access code for 10 free designs
  • Carving tools not included.
  • Materials: Adhesive backed water soluble PVA film.

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Spirit HalloweenStick 'n Carve Pumpkin Patterns

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Great carving tool


from Georgia

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  • Easy to use
  • Time Saving


  • Printer Jams

Best Uses

  • Pumpkin Carving

Comments about Spirit Halloween Stick 'n Carve Pumpkin Patterns:

I purchased this last year after watching an online demonstration. I carve A LOT of pumpkins every year, and the worst part was always transferring the pattern to the pumpkin. This product saves that step by allowing you to print the pattern directly on the sheet and then sticking it on the pumpkin. It works great on both real and artificial pumpkins, and once you are finished carving you just peel off the sheet or wash it off with water. It has been a HUGE timesaver!

My only problem with it was it that my new inkejet printer jammed up. If your printer has a problem with cardstock or other thick, stiff paper, I would not use it. I solved the problem by using the laser printer at work to print my patterns. You could also print the pattern on paper and then use a regular xerox copier to copy the pattern onto the sheets. I double checked with the manufacturer to make sure this was OK before I did it, since I didn't want the heat from the machine to melt the sheet. They said it was OK, and it worked great.

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