Hi! My name is Justine and I write in my Halloween themed blog: Justine's Halloween. Sometimes people send me photos of pumpkins they have carved or decorated, because they see the "Halloween" in my name. Those little surprises inspired me to set up this web site. The "Gallery of Jacks" page is here to showcase the pumpkins my online friends have designed. Above each jack-o-lantern is a link to where you can find who carved it. If you'd like me to add a photo of your jack-o-lantern or decorated pumpkin to this page, you can email it to me here: firstname.lastname@example.org
This cheerful green pumpkin is called a "Jarrahdale" and it grew in Australia. Chris at Not This Time, Nayland Smith carved this one, and believe it or not, he hadn't carved a pumpkin before. Pumpkin carving isn't as much of a tradition in Australia as it is in the U.S. So, good for Chris for taking the effort to find a pumpkin and carve it. I think he did a great job!
This is a Sleepy Hollow inspired jack-o-lantern carved by Little Gothic Horrors. The Sleepy Hollow movie inspiration can be seen Here. As you can see, she did a really great job!
Two winter pumpkins from Patricia Kellogg. The first is dressed as an elf and the second is a snowman. This is a great way to use those pumpkins that lasted into winter!
These next two are from The Pensive Pumpkin. She hand carved the first one and the second is her paper mache Steampumpkin.
The next three were carved by Ked aka wicKED and his fiance Miranda. They were carved in order from 2010, 2011, 2012.
These three happy pumpkin photos are from Heidi at The 2nd Street Cemetery. I've never seen a curly haired pumpkin like that second one. Very cute!
Jack-o-lanterns by Chad Fidler aka BlackCat13Brew Check out that wary pumpkin next to the scary one in the second photo!
Jack-o-lanterns by Eddie Bones. The one at the bottom was peeled.