Fed up with pumpkin decorations all-around your neighborhood? But you can do nothing about it and can’t even blame others – as it’s the time to carve pumpkins into a fun yet spooky Halloween decor. Although you cannot change everyone’s outlook, you can surely get creative yourself and upgrade this tradition with watermelons. Halloween watermelon carvings will give your décor a summery yet spooky freshness.
In most places, it is considered a summer version of traditional pumpkin carving. However, let’s use this delicious watery fruit to etch stylish Halloween decorations for the fall. Here are 16 jovially artistic watermelon carvings to replace pumpkins with a funky twist.
Arachnid Fruit Salad: Create an eight-legged creature from watermelon and make it your dinner table centerpiece.
Dinosaur: This prehistoric watermelon carving is roaring for some human flesh.
Shark gobbling human body: This carving is easy and you can place the broken body of a doll in it for a horrifying effect.
Spooky watermelon-o-lantern: Blood-thirsty monstrous carving looks fierce when illuminated at night.
Watermelon kitty: Say ‘Meow’ to this wonderful cat that’s sculpted out of watermelon. It can be used to serve candies to children on Halloween.
Skulls: Well, one cannot miss out on skulls for Halloween décor. So, try to carve a skull on watermelon for a little traditional feel.
Realistic dragon head: You need to be really artistic to carve this finely detailed fierce dragon head.
Ghostly watermelon: Ghost making its way out of watermelon deathbed.
Cranium: Feast on this healthy watermelon cranium this Halloween to satisfy your inner demons.
Colorful owl: This colorful owl carving will add a fun element to your Halloween party.
One-eyed monster: It’s easy to carve but quite devilish for the upcoming spooky night.
Porcupine: Welcome this little porcupine into your home to celebrate the scary event.
Death Star: For Star Wars fans, this amazing Death Star-like watermelon carving is a perfect option for Halloween decor.
Jovial carvings: Turn a bulky watermelon into a variety of moods such as happy, sad, excited, etc.
Glowing ninja turtles: Create a full ninja army to protect your house from ghosts and goblins.
Illuminating horrific demon outside your house looking for a beastly feast.
Hopefully, these fun watermelon creations will inspire you for this year’s Halloween decor. Some of these are easy to carve and while others will test your creative side. Forget pumpkins and get ready with knives and other tools for Halloween watermelon carvings.
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