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Candy Crush Jack o’ Lantern Carving Printable!

By Brenda Ponnay

What do you do when you have a little round pumpkin and a tall skinny pumpkin? You carve them into Tiffi and Mr. Toffee from Candy Crush Saga of course!

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We’ve got two options for you. The super-ultra-deluxe-with-props pumpkin and the simple pumpkin, created with our printable Candy Crush pumpkin carving stencil.

If you just want to carve these characters and skip all the fancy props, just print out the Candy Crush pumpkin stencil printables below and have at it!

Candy Crush/ Mr. Toffee Pumpkin carving stencil printable

Candy Crush/ Tiffy Pumpkin carving stencil printable

You might want to cut the “face part” of the jack o’ lantern stencil out in pieces so you can arrange it to fit your pumpkin. You can carve out their hair on the jack o’ lantern or just leave that off and only carve the faces. It’s up to you. It’s like a choose-your-own-adventure pumpkin carving tutorial!

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If you want to get a little bit more fancy you can add props to your Candy Crush jack o’ lantern. You can add polyfill stuffing to create Mr. Toffee’s beard and yellow yarn for Tiffi’s golden pigtails. We made Mr. Toffee’s hair bright orange by spray-painting the polyfill stuffing with day-glow orange paint that you can find at the hardware store. One note of caution though: polyfill, yarn and spray paint are flammable so make sure if you go this route you’re using battery-operated lights instead of candles. You don’t want Mr. Toffee or Tiffi to go up in flames. Also, spray paint should be used outside or in an extremely well-ventilated area (please read and follow product instructions) and by responsible adults.

For Tiffi’s hair bow we used florescent duct tape to make it. Just make twip strips about 4-5 inches long by sticking the tape to itself. Cut one strip into the shape of a bow. Use the other to wrap around the middle to look like the center of the bow. Affix it to the pumpkin with a pin or glue or just another piece of duct tape. Personally, I think the pins work great. You can use them to attach Tiffi’s yarn hair and Mr. Toffi’s polyfill hair and beard. You might need glue or tape for Mr. Tiffi’s monocle.

We made Mr. Toffee’s Monocle by cutting a small circle out of a plastic lid. A milk carton would work well too. We rimmed it with black marker and then attached it to a wooden skewer that we had painted black with a dab of glue.

For Tiffi’s pink cheeks, I just carved circles lightly and shaved off the first orange layer of the pumpkin. Then I painted Tiffi’s jack o’ lantern cheeks pink with some acrylic paint. This is all totally optional, of course. Maybe you have some props around your house that might work better. A tiny red top hat for Mr. Toffee? A lollipop for Tiffi…let your imagination go crazy and let the kids help too. That’s the fun of Halloween!

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Disclaimer: We love you, Candy Crush. We’ll take this post down if this bothers you. We’ve just made this craft because we wanted to keep the Candy Crush party going.

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About the Author

Brenda Ponnay

Brenda Ponnay is a stealthy secret agent who juggles parenthood to her adorable daughter by day and freelance graphic design/illustration by night. Whether it’s painting, baking, drawing, mak...

Brenda Ponnay is a stealthy secret agent who juggles parenthood to her adorable daughter by day and freelance graphic design/illustration by night. Whether it’s painting, baking, drawing, making castles out of cardboard boxes or just doing the laundry with flair, Brenda Ponnay has learned that what really makes her happy is being creative every single day.

You can read about all her crazy adventures on her personal blog: Secret Agent Josephine.

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