Adding Glow to Your Projects

Are you ready to level up your crafts??? Adding a touch of glow in the dark glitter is an easy way to really leave your crafts with that extra special touch. Glow in the dark crafts are a great way to add a bit of spookiness to Halloween crafts in the dark. Or it can be a fun way to spice up everyday crafts.

Ready for some inspiration? We are showing some ways to add sparkle with a glow today. Grab some glow in the dark glitters now before you finish up your Halloween crafting! It could be a glowing touch to a new tumbler, or make it easier to spot your keys with a glow in the dark keychain! What other possibilities can you think up?

For more great glittery ideas, follow along with us on Pinterest, where we share lots of great projects. You can also share your creations with us in our Glitter Luv Creations Facebook group.

Glow Wood Decor

Let's start with this fun Halloween moon with bats!

Use a wood cutout and paint it if desired, then let dry. 

Then add a layer of mod podge to the bats and sprinkle with glitter using a black glitter. Let dry.

Next, add a layer of mod podge to the moon, sprinkle glow glitter over it. Let dry and enjoy.

Glow bAngles

Another fun idea for glow glitters, bracelets. Use our bangle mold to create glow bracelets.

These would be great Halloween gifts, for dance parties, trick or treating, camping, etc.

We used Hearts A Glow, but it would be great with Glow Bright Blue too.

Have you tried a to make a bangle yet?

Glow Tumblers

Next example, is a fun ombre tumbler with a glow accent!

We used a heart shape for the glow area, but it could be used on the whole cup or in an ombre, or in stripes, polka dots, get creative and have fun with it! 

Glow Wood Ladder Kits

Our newest addition to our interchangeable wood ladder kits are two new Halloween themed kits with optional glow accents.

The first set is this a Spooky Halloween theme with four different interchangeable scenes. 

The other kit is a Halloween theme featuring some fun witch inspired scenes. 

Add in whatever colors you like to go along with the optional glow accents. These kits are especially fun with the added glow option. They will keep the spooky vibe going even in the dark.

Have you ever used glow glitters in your projects? What have you made?

Now it's your turn! Share your creations with us in our Glitter Luv Creations Facebook groupFor more great glittery ideas, follow along with us on Pinterest, where we share lots of great projects. 

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