Happy Halloween!!


Trick or Treating isn’t just for ghost and goblins and little kids- it’s for off roading men and women Jeepers too! Why not show your Jeep pride through your Halloween decorations too! Here are a couple Jeep Templates for you to use to carve up a pumpkin or two! Set it out on your step and light it up, and then blast out a sound track of Jeep engine blues. The little ghost and goblins will surely find delight in the clever way you celebrated the night.


We have to thank Jeep Funtimes Guide for this… so a spooky howling Jeep roaring Thank you and a Happy Halloween to them and to my fellow readers just click on the pictures and they will enlarge to bring you the template for your Halloween design. If that doesn’t work, (sometimes the goblins like to play tricks) just follow the links to get your treat! Happy Halloween to all!

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http://jeeps.thefuntimesguide.com/2005/11/jeep_templates_1.php
http://jeeps.thefuntimesguide.com/2005/09/jeep_templates.php

Written by Andrew

"You're telling me it's got four wheels, two seats and goes faster than the speed limit? Good, I'm driving."

3 comments

  1. I was just sitting here studying the pumpkin with the Jeep cutout and my 2 year old grandson came by and said, Namma, boom box! I need to get that child out of the house and into the Jeep very soon. Of course, he’s only 2 so there’s time.

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  2. I’m part of a Jeep oriented family. All together there are 7 Jeeps in my extended family. Instead of a haunted hay rack ride, we’ve set up a haunted Jeep ride and will ferry all of the neighborhood kids through a maze in the woods that we’ve been working on for nearly a month. We did a smaller version last year and it was pretty popular so this year we went all out. I think we’re looking forward to this as much as the kids. Great pumpkin ideas but I don’t think we’ll have time for it this year. Maybe next year.

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  3. We had a major blast carving pumpkins this year thanks to you. Of course we had a couple of the traditionally carved pumpkins, but we had a couple of Jeeps too. They were quite the hit in the neighborhood. Thanks for the idea and the link.

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