Teal Pumpkin Project

10 Super-Fans Taking the Teal Pumpkin Project™ to the Next Level

Orange is out. This Halloween people are downright obsessed with teal pumpkins, for an important reason! Having a teal pumpkin in front of  your home is the indicator that you have non-food treats (stickers, glow sticks, etc.) for trick-or-treaters with food allergies and other kids for whom candy is not an option. It’s a simple and caring gesture to make sure that every child who comes to your door on Halloween night can leave with a safe treat.

Here are a few people that have taken their love of the Teal Pumpkin Project™ to the next level. Be sure to visit tealpumpkinproject.org to get involved!

1. This nurse with a teal hair-do
She’s rocking her teal at a trunk-or-treat!

#tealpumpkinproject #trunkortreat2015

A photo posted by @nursekris84 on Oct 30, 2015 at 9:27am PDT

2. This mom dressed like a teal cat on local news


I just thought it was so awesome that he wore a teal tie! #tealpumpkinproject A photo posted by Selena Bluntzer (@amazingatopic) on Oct 30, 2014 at 11:23am PDT

3. This teal globe

If it’s teal and round, Teal Pumpkin Project fans are turning it into a pumpkin.


Over on the @diynetwork blog I’m sharing a few new spins on the #tealpumpkinproject link in profile.


A photo posted by Jennifer Perkins (@jenniferperkins) on Sep 12, 2015 at 8:27am PDT

4. This boy and his arm cast

He’s allergic to tree nuts and asked that a teal pumpkin be drawn on his cast. Way to make a bad day better!

5. This woman with a teal pumpkin manicure.

Her teal pumpkin game is on point.


#tealpumpkinproject #tealpumpkin #jamberrynails #jamberry #teal #foodallergyawareness #FARE


A photo posted by Genevieve Marcy (@musthaveprettynails) on Sep 9, 2015 at 6:04am PDT

6. These kids having a teal pumpkin party

All the cool kids want their friends with food allergies to have an awesome Halloween.

7. This lady in a handmade teal pumpkin costume.
Matching your purse with your Halloween costume? Impressive!

8. This mom-to-be teaching her baby how to support a great cause.

She’s working that teal pumpkin belly!

9. This girl and her Halloween homework assignment

Orange is out. Teal is in, because teal pumpkins mean she can have a safe, fun trick-or-treating experience like all of her friends

10. This little guy and his teal pumpkin collection
The more teal pumpkins, the more houses he can go to get a safe treat. Teal Pumpkins for the win!


Do you want to help create a safer, happier Halloween for kids with food allergies? Join the Teal Pumpkin Project™ at tealpumpkinproject.org.

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