Jack O'lantern pattern for nurses

This Halloween, use a pumpkin to show your nursing pride to the princesses, superheroes and ghosts who stop by for some treats.

We’ve provided nursing jack o’lantern patterns below – and we’d love to see your finished product! Email us at blog@chamberlain.edu with a picture of your masterpiece.

Pumpkin Carving 101

  1. Pumpkin carving kits, and the small sawtooth blades within, make the business of creating a jack o’lantern much easier. Pick one up at the store along with a pumpkin – one with a smooth, flat side always works best.
  2. Create a lid on top of the pumpkin, cutting at an inward angle, and get to scooping! All seeds and pulp should be removed and the sides scraped.
  3. Print out the design and tape it to the pumpkin. You may need to adjust the paper by adding folds or slits. Poke holes along the design’s outline—many kits will come with a poker tool, but you can also improvise with a push pin.
  4. The yellow pieces of the pattern will be removed. Carve along the guidelines you created and gently push out the pieces.
  5. Add a candle or battery-powered light, and voilà! Your jack o’lantern is ready for the front window.

 

Click to download “I Love RNs” jack o’lantern pattern 

 

I love RNs jack o'lantern pattern

Click to download EKG jack o’lantern pattern

 

EKG jack o'lantern pattern

Click to download Florence Nightingale jack o’lantern pattern

 

Florence Nightingale jack o'lantern pattern

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