The Frankenstein monster is one of the most recognizable Halloween themed creatures ever. Carving pumpkins with his image is always a fun option. And you can find several free Frankenstein pumpkin carving patterns on the web to use to do so.
Free Frankenstein Pumpkin Carving Patterns: Easy
One place you can find a printable free Frankenstein pattern is the Family Entertaining website. The design is an easy chunky cut-out of the monster. It would be a great stencil to use for kids or beginning carvers.
See it at Family Entertaining.
Free Frankenstein Pumpkin Carving Patterns: Cute
Another cute printable Frankenstein stencil can be found for free on the eHow website. This one is a design of a very happy looking monster. Kids would probably find this design a lot of fun. The website also gives directions for how to use the stencil.
Go to eHow.
Free Frankenstein Pumpkin Carving Pattern: Gothic
For something a little more challenging, you can check out The Pumpkin Wizard’s carving pattern. It is a twist on a classic painting and features both the monster and his bride.
You can see a mock-up of this on the website here.
Free Frankenstein Pumpkin Carving Pattern: Jack O-Lantern Face
Another cute printable stencil can be found fro free on the Better Homes and Garden website (www.bhg.com). This one isn’t an actual picture of the monster, but it is a design of a jack o-lantern face that resembles the monster. It is also easy enough for kids to use.
See it at BHG.
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The Moral Impasse of Unconscious Fear in Mary Shelley’s Famous Novel Frankenstein
“Everyone who comes into contact with Frankenstein reviles him not only as a result of his physical appearance, but because of unconscious fears his existence as a whole arouses, destroying any chance of the acceptance he craves.” Article written by Jennifer Shipon and published on 5/23/2006.
Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein
“Similarities and Differences in the Actions and Motivations of Victor and the Creature in Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein.” Article written by CollegeThoughts2007 and published on 8/22/2007.
How to Use Halloween Pumpkin Carving Patterns
“Why don’t your Halloween pumpkins turn out like the neighbors? Yours turned out looking like a kindergarten art project. Knowing a few tricks for using carving patterns can make it less of a chore.Article written by Jaipi Sixbear and published on 10/19/2010.