Printable Buzz Lightyear Stencils for Pumpkin Carving
If you or your kid saw the movie Toy Story 3 this year, you might enjoy carving your pumpkin using an image of Buzz Lightyear.
To help you do so, you can find a printable Buzz Lightyear stencil on the pumpkin pattern website Zombie Pumpkins. The stencil features a great image of the Disney Pixar character.
Unfortunately, this printable Buzz Lightyear stencil is not free. You have to join the Zombie Pumpkins website as a member in order for it to be printable. And depending on which membership option you choose, how many stencil patterns you can print varies.
The cheapest membership option costs $2 and will allow for two printable pumpkin carving patterns.
The Buzz Lightyear stencil is located in the kids section of the Zombie website. Go to their website to view a mock-up of the Toy Story 3 character on a pumpkin.
More on Toy Story 3 and Buzz Lightyear
Toy Story 3 is Disney Pixar’s most commercially successful animated film to date. The movie introduced several new characters such as Mr. Pricklepants, Buttercup, Peas in a Pod, Dolly, and Trixie. Buzz Lightyear was voiced by actor Tim Allen. Tim Allen was also the voice in the first two films.
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