Free Yoda Pumpkin Stencil from the Web
If you are seeking a free Yoda pumpkin stencil, you can find one offered by Ether Graphics. It is a pumpkin pattern which feature a slightly angled portrait of Yoda. This one is an easy Yoda pumpkin stencil for beginning or young carvers to use for Halloween decorating this year.
You can download a PDF file from Ether Graphics of the printable stencil by following the link located at the end of this article under the resource heading. The link is the PDF file so you need to have a program on your computer that will open PDF files in order to use it.
Once you have downloaded the free printable Yoda stencil, just attach it to your pumpkin and trace around the character by your method of choice. The darker areas of the pattern are the areas which will be cut away.
Another place online that offers free Star Wars Yoda pumpkin stencils is The Pumpkin Wizard. They have three designs of the character to choose from. One is another side portrait, and the other two are action shots of the Star Wars character using a light saber. I would not recommend using these if you are seeking an easy pattern.
You can view sample mock-up image of all three designs by following the links located in the resource section of this article.
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PDF File from Ether Graphics