When carving a Jack O’ Lantern, making the teeth look more ghoulish is always the hardest part. No matter what I do, I just can’t get them to stand out the way I picture them in my mind.
Unless you’re creative enough or you have a curving kit, using a kitchen knife to carve spooky pumpkin teeth doesn’t smoothly create the fangs you’re aspiring for.
Thankfully, these Halloween pumpkin teeth, whether glowing in the dark or not, will give your Jack O’ Lantern a big, scary smile.
It’s Fun to Spend a Night of Pumpkin Carving with Your Family
Although I really love taking part in pumpkin carving before Halloween, I’ve never been good at it. I just don’t have steady hands (I wouldn’t have been a good surgeon).
But Pumpkin Teeth are Here to Take Our Pumpkin Carving to a Whole New Level
These pumpkin teeth come in a variety of shapes and sizes. So, you have a chance to make a scary pumpkin with monster teeth.
In each set, you’ll get three packs of 18 teeth pieces. Simply cut out the pumpkin in the shape of a mouth, whether cute or spooky and stick in the teeth in any pattern you like and make your jack-o-lantern something special.
Get more creative! Apart from teeth, these Halloween tools can also be used for spiky hair, eyes, noses, and other accents.
Costing around $7, on Buy Pumpkin Teeth online store, they’re inexpensive and reusable. Simply pull them out when Halloween is over, wash and keep them to use again next year.
Plus, they’re paintable! You can add some “red blood” on the tips of the teeth and make them extra scary.
You can also buy them on Amazon, Walmart, or Etsy.
I Might Need to Make a Few More Pumpkins So That I Can Stick all the Pumpkin Teeth!
I honestly had a hard time choosing which pumpkin teeth shape is the best, they’re all super cool!
These reusable teeth aren’t only ideal for the pumpkin, but also for your masks, costumes, and more. A glow-in-the-dark version is also available.
Many shoppers are pretty impressed with these pumpkin teeth, with some saying, “these are nicely GROSS Halloween tools.”
One shopper reviewed pumpkin teeth on Amazon saying:
“I thought by the price these might be a little cheap, but they were actually great. We used then in our pumpkins this year, and after Halloween, we picked then out for next year.”
“I threw then in the dishwasher (in the silverware holder), and they are perfectly clean, no melting from the heat. I bought two other sets of these too.”