Highlighting Halloween Colors
It's a new week and that means a new to-do list. Add ordering your favorite Halloween glitters to that list! After you've received your new seasonal glitters, we would love to craft with you! We have shared some Halloween craft inspiration ideas here, to help you with your Halloween craft to-do list. AND we are super excited about this tutorial for a tumbler using our Sanderson Sister pack grab the tutorial here and craft along with us.
To get you ready for this craft party, we are highlighting our favorite Halloween glitter colors. We have so many great ones that can be used on tumblers, decor, costumes, and more! Click on the link below to see all of these gorgeous glitters.
HAlloween glitter sets
This is a fun Halloween pack is perfect for creating Halloween tumblers and crafts! It could be used to create a gorgeous Halloween sky with a haunted house silhouette. This color combo works great together or separately.
This Spookley Holographic is a great mid-tone, not too dark, not to light, with a little bit of shimmer!
The Great Pumpkin Chunky is a fun mix of orange and sliver with mixed flake sizes. Perfect for making a statement.
The Hallows Holographic is also a pretty black that is a little bit lighter than Black Cat Metallic.
Other Halloween Glitters
Moonlight Ashes Metallic is a beautiful gray for all things Halloween. Add it to crafts with blacks and oranges for an extra special look.
Halloween Shape Glitters
Shape glitters can add an extra special seasonal touch to your projects. Go for a pretty fall or Halloween look with these autumn leaf shapes.
Looking for a scarier shape? Try Arachnophobia glitter shapes! They add a spooky touch to your Halloween crafting.
Use these cute spell hats for a little bit of a witchy touch to your Halloween crafts.
Which Halloween glitter is your favorite? And what are you hoping to create with it?
Now it is your turn to get creating! We can't wait to see what you create and be sure to share it with us in our Glitter Luv Creations group on Facebook.
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