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In Pictures: Readers' Halloween pumpkin carvings

We asked you to send in your Halloween pumpkin carvings and here are some of the most impressive ones.

Published 31/10/2013

Pumpkin carved by Nicole from Newtownards
Pumpkin carved by Nicole from Newtownards
Pumpkin carved Ronan Garland from Belfast with help from daughters Eva and Aoibheann.
Pumpkin carving by Theresa Ranaghan
Pumpkin carving by Cliodhna Ranaghan
Rip Wonka by Edward Doherty, Belfast
Bert and Ernie created by Stephen Davey and Kate Johnston, Newtownabbey
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Elsa from Frozen by Kathryn Robinson Getty in Moira
By Michelle Crawford, Donaghadee
From Lucy Cairns
From Lucy Cairns
By Michelle Crawford, Donaghadee
By Michelle Crawford, Donaghadee
A slice of the action, by Michelle Crawford, Donaghadee
Janos sent in his bike-themed pumpkin carving.
Derek Smith from Coleraine has been carving pumpkins for a few years and would usually do about 30 over two weeks in the run up to Halloween.
Derek Smith from Coleraine has been carving pumpkins for a few years and would usually do about 30 over two weeks in the run up to Halloween.
Derek Smith from Coleraine has been carving pumpkins for a few years and would usually do about 30 over two weeks in the run up to Halloween.
Double, double toil and trouble: This effort from Natalie Guerin
Roisin McLaughlin created this pumpkin for her son the Star Wars fanatic. Roisin Mc Laughlin Belfast
Marie Hill, originally from Arbroath in Scotland but now living in Belfast carves pumpkins through the month of October and gives them away for free.
Marie Hill, originally from Arbroath in Scotland but now living in Belfast carves pumpkins through the month of October and gives them away for free.
Marie Hill, originally from Arbroath in Scotland but now living in Belfast carves pumpkins through the month of October and gives them away for free.
Marie Hill, originally from Arbroath in Scotland but now living in Belfast carves pumpkins through the month of October and gives them away for free.
Marie Hill, originally from Arbroath in Scotland but now living in Belfast carves pumpkins through the month of October and gives them away for free.
Marie Hill, originally from Arbroath in Scotland but now living in Belfast carves pumpkins through the month of October and gives them away for free.
Marie Hill, originally from Arbroath in Scotland but now living in Belfast carves pumpkins through the month of October and gives them away for free.
Sharon Liggett's carvings.
David O'Reilly from Antrim with his Harry Potter design. The design is the Hogwarts School coat of arms.
David O'Reilly from Antrim with his Harry Potter design. The design is the Hogwarts School coat of arms.
Samuel Millar
Samuel millar
Samuel millar
Samuel millar's ghoulish offerings.
Dylan Banks from the Hallows Gallery on the Ormeau Road.
Dylan Banks from the Hallows Gallery on the Ormeau Road.
Taylor & Georgia Robinson's pumpkins - from Newtownards, Co Down'
Taylor & Georgia Robinson's pumpkins - from Newtownards, Co Down'
Carved by Ronan in Belfast
Mark, Newtownabbey: "My 10 yr old daughter is a big owl enthusiast".
Wayne Clarke sent us this pumpkin pic
Leo's pumpkin from Coleraine. He is a massive Thomas fan. Pic. Elaine Mallett
Leah (4) And Zach Carson (6) Lisburn. Pic Louise Carson
Chucky the doll carved into a pumpkin by Colin Young. Pic Hugh Young. October 2015.
Pumpkins by Tina McDermott, Newtownbutler Co Fermanagh. Pic Martina McDermott October 2015.
Pumpkins by Tina McDermott, Newtownbutler Co Fermanagh. Pic Martina McDermott October 2015.
Pumpkins by Tina McDermott, Newtownbutler Co Fermanagh. Pic Martina McDermott October 2015.
Pumpkins by Louí Montague, aged 11, Belfast. Pic Richard Montague October 2015.
Alfie Kelly (8) from Strabane carved a pumpkin and turnip, here is his carving creation.Pic Vickey Donaghy October 2015.
Alfie Kelly (8) from Strabane carved a pumpkin and turnip, here is his carving creation.Pic Vickey Donaghy October 2015.
Scarlett and Louis Morgan's pumpkins. Pic. Kristine Graham October 2015.
Zach and Logan Pollock's creations. Zach created Coraline after just finishing reading the book and Logan wanted Toothless as he loves how to train a dragon. Pic. Steven Pollock October 2015.
Zach and Logan Pollock's creations. Zach wanted Coraline after just finishing reading the book and Logan wanted Toothless as he loves how to train a dragon. Pic. Steven Pollock October 2015.
A special Halloween for rugby fans! Andy from Lisburn October 2015.
Aoibhín and Meabh Stewart from Strabane with their creations October 2015.
Sadie O'Connell from Maghera embracing the Halloween spirit 2015. Pic: Clodagh O'Connell
Jenson Wright (5) from Portadown with his pumpkins 2015. Pic: Joanne Wright
By Jackson Logan from Newtownabbey
Mylo Crossey (2) from Belfast enjoys working on his pumpkin
...Mylo's pumpkin
Pumpkins created by Kieran Hinds, Newtownabbey
Pumpkin by Brogan Mooney from Islandmagee
VW camper van. By Jackie Nicholl from Randalstown
Grim reaper. By Justin Quinn from Belfast
Heisenberg. By Andrew Edgar from Portrush
Ali Fell, from Belfast, shows daughter Clara how the grown ups do it...
Iron Man, by Martin Higgins in Downpatrick
A different kind of Halloween monster... By Myles McCartan from Newcastle
Pumpkin Pi, by Richard Thompson in Belfast
"How you doin'?" By Michael Rea in Crumlin.
Werewolf, by Ollie Forsythe from Dundrum
By Ashley, Ashton and Gary in Belfast
With a little help from a hungry black cat. By Claire in Belfast
Cool FM journalist Naomi Holland-Beggs, from Bangor, carved these with her son Theo
Peppa Pig, by Ronan Breslin, from Belfast
By Kathy Smyth in Belfast
By Stephen Blevins, from Richhill

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