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Canada's Wonderland Pumpkin Carving Stencils & Fall Colouring Sheets

Nicoleta Micle

  Digital Marketing Manager 

Calling all goblins and ghouls! It’s time to get festive with some FUN Halloween-themed colouring sheets and pumpkin carving stencils.  

Whether it’s your first time carving a pumpkin in recent memory (myself included) or you’re a master carver, we have you covered with these Canada’s Wonderland and Peanuts-themed stencils. I tackled two pumpkins and here’s some helpful tips to get you started: 

  • Use pumpkin carving tools! You can usually get them from any craft store or a dollar store.  
  • Safety first! Be very careful with the pumpkin carving tools or any sharp utensil. 
  • Start by cutting a large hole in the bottom of the pumpkin. 
  • Next remove all pumpkin guts and seeds. 
  • Optional: Find a recipe and roast your pumpkin seeds! 
  • Clean and dry the outside of the pumpkin. 
  • Print off your desired stencil. 
  • Tape the stencil onto your pumpkin as best you can so it’s tight and taped down from all angles. 
  • Poke the design through the stencil onto your pumpkin before starting to carve. You’ll notice there’s an illustration in the bottom right corner of each stencil page to guide you. 
  • Take it slow and steady. 
  • Wipe away any leftover pumpkin guts and you’ll have your GOURD-geous pumpkin! Don’t forget to tag us on social! 

Remember not to carve your pumpkin too early before Halloween…unless you want the undead look! Also, you may not want to leave your pumpkin outside unattended or some pesky four-legged neighbour might take as a tasty treat! 

Click on the link here to download. 

Canada's Wonderland Pumpkin Carving Stencils

Not into pumpkin carving? We have a less messy option with some FUN and festive Halloween inspired colouring sheets. Bonus points if you try carving one of these! 

Click on the link here to download. 

Be sure to tag us in your GOURD-geous creations for a chance to be featured! And from all of us here at Canada’s Wonderland, we wish you a safe and Happy Halloween. 

#CanadasWonderland #HappyHalloween 


Canada's Wonderland Colouring Sheets


Guest Blog Author : Rebecca Skelton



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