Sesame Street Pumpkin

Make Sesame Street pumpkins for a cute Halloween decor!

Do you like fun Halloween decorations more than the spooky and scary ones? Then this pumpkin decorating idea is for you. It’s a great project especially when you have little kids at home!

Sesame Street Pumpkin

These Sesame Street pumpkins can be done in a lot of different but easy ways. If your kids want to make one themselves, they can simply paint the pumpkins. But if you’re making the Cookie Monster, carving out the mouth would be a great idea so that you could put some cookies in it and make him look like he’s eating them. Now if you want to try some real pumpkin carving, we’ve got a few inspirations for you as well. ;)

The more Sesame Street characters there are, the cuter your Halloween decor will look! Aside from Cookie Monster and the cookies in his mouth, you should also definitely include Oscar the Grouch in your project. Put him in a trash bin, add some ‘trash’, and that’s it!

You can put your adorable Sesame Street pumpkin decor on your porch, the living room, by the stairs – wherever you want to display them!

See all the different and cute examples we have for you through our album below! :)

Is this going to be your Halloween decor project?

You’ll need these materials:

  • Pumpkin
  • Eyeballs (eyeball stickers or pingpong balls and marker)
  • Spray Paint
  • Toothpicks

And these tools:

  • Pumpkin Carving Kit

Halloween decor is, of course, a major part of many people’s holiday traditions. While younger kids may need a little guidance decorating their homes, most adults have a good handle on what is appropriate for their space. This generally consists of the dead and the undead (such as ghosts and vampires). Some parents prefer a costume theme, while others prefer Halloween-esque décor. (Most people like a little of both.) While some decorations are store-bought, many are created at home.

In conclusion, it’s easy and fun to make fun pumpkins out of Sesame Street characters. Kermit the Frog, Big Bird, Bert and Ernie, and Mr. Snuffleupagus are just a few of the characters that you can turn into a spider, Frankenstein, ghost, or jack-o’-lantern. Then simply cut, glue, and decorate a Jack-O’-Lantern shape. Start early – the pumpkins harden within a few days.

Click on any image to start lightbox display. Use your Esc key to close the lightbox. 8-)



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