Carving a pumpkin always looks so effortless in movies and television. The insides are scooped out in one quick motion, and the design is carved with ease, like slicing through a stick of butter. Unfortunately, in the real world, pumpkin carving is no simple task. After digging out the never-ending stream of slimy guts, you barely have enough energy left to carve through the pumpkin's thick exterior.
Luckily, Better Homes and Gardens has a simple trick that'll help you carve your pumpkin in minutes. All you need is a rubber mallet, some Halloween-themed cookie cutters and a little elbow grease. There's no limit to how creative you can get with this simple hack that'll give you the most stylish pumpkin on the block.