Chevrolet Volt Pumpkin! Along With Printable Stencil To Make Your Own At Home!

4 years ago by Jay Cole 7

Be The Only Person On Your Block With A Volt Pumpkin!

Be The Only Person On Your Block With A Volt Pumpkin!

Here is a pumpkin design for the plug-in lover in all of us.

Halloween Themed Chevy Volt

Halloween Themed Chevy Volt

Halloween – Chevrolet Volt style.

Want to be the only person on your block with one of these?  Chevrolet’s Facebook page points you in the direction of Scribd to download your own stencil to use at home.

There is also a half dozen other Chevy pumpkin stencils to be found – but who wants to promote a Corvette, Camaro or Silverado when you have a Volt with bat wings?  Awesome.

Our boy Eric gave this Volt pumpkin a shot.  According to him, it’s rather difficult and he’s not entirely pleased with the results (see images below):

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Dehydration is Ripping It Apart

Doubt It Will Stay Together One More Day

Doubt It Will Stay Together One More Day

Not to be out done, Nissan put a LEAF-pumpkin shot of their own:

Whatever You Can Do, I Can Do...

Whatever You Can Do, I Can Do…

 

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7 responses to "Chevrolet Volt Pumpkin! Along With Printable Stencil To Make Your Own At Home!"

  1. vdiv says:

    Maybe Eric needs a less ripe pumpkin to start with… and a CNC plasma cutter 😉

    1. Eric Loveday says:

      Yeah…should have waited til tomorrow to cut it up…it’s shrinking quick now even with a wet towel on it

      1. Jay Cole says:

        Unparalleled commitment to the EV segment there Eric, (=

        …don’t they have designer pumpkins that grow in black? All EVs are better in black <-- that's science

        1. Eric Loveday says:

          He who drives a black Nissan LEAF knows nothing….Isn’t that how the phrase goes?

      2. vdiv says:

        Still, it is pretty impressive and rather spooky for all of the LEAFs out there 😉

  2. Mark H says:

    still laughing….

  3. Vin says:

    How cool!!!!

    Hey, light it up, Eric! Doing so seems to hide the imperfections. I did Angry Bird and Autobot pumpkins for my boys, they looked like crap until we turned off the ambient lighting and stuck candles in them.