Pumpkins are a traditional Halloween decoration and regardless of how successful you carve them, most of them just look the same.

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Well, not any longer, as now you can get in on the rising trend and join the handful of people who are making their very own pumpkin smoke bombs in just 3 very easy steps.

Although we’re sure you can’t wait to get started, we have a little problem in the form of the Coronavirus that is keeping us from having social lives. So, if you’re interested in getting started on these pumpkin smoke bombs in hopes of perfecting your craft in time for Halloween, you will have to order the very few ingredients needed for this insane decoration. Or, you can wait to see how long Covid-19 will continue to ruin our lives, of course.

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Below, you will find out in 3 short steps how to make your very own pumpkin bomb.

Step 1 – Collect The Ingredients.

All you need to get started is a pumpkin, a knife to carve your spooky style, and a smoke bomb. You can purchase a smoke bomb at either Walmart or a local dollar store. If you can’t due to self-isolation, you may order one from Amazon. They come in a range of options, so choose your ideal color and step one is complete.

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Step 2 – Carve Your Pumpkin.

Whether you opt for a style scary enough to keep the neighbor kids away, or you want to carve the most unique and funny-looking pumpkin known to man, that’s up to you. Simply use a marker to draw a circular outline around the stem, and to outline your preferred features on the front of the pumpkin. Remove the seeds and the gooey insides then begin carving.

Step 3 – Insert The Smoke Bomb.

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The last step is as simple as the first two. Simply insert the smoke bomb into the hole you carved at the top of your pumpkin and watch the haunting beauty unfold. If it didn’t work for you the first time around, don’t fret. Try again until you have mastered the skill and begin mocking the rest of the neighborhood with your unique pumpkin designs.

Now all that’s left to do is to amaze your friends and family with this underutilized Halloween design. Make sure to show us your pumpkin smoke bombs in the comments!