Glitz, glam and ghouls, this halloween got a little more fun! Whether it’s just one or dozens, these sparkly sequin glitter pumpkins are the perfect addition to your holiday decor!
So, pop your corn and grab your candy because these sparkling babes are quite the treat! In fact, making a night of creating this insanely festive pumpkins will liven up your entire house this season and get any party off on the right start.
Why create a glitter pumpkin disco ball?
These disco ball glitter pumpkins might be my favorite thing since that day we actually spray painted disco balls to bring them to life.
Although pumpkins are fun anyway you carve them, paint them, sticker them, or make them into pool floats… something about turning these pumpkins into legit glitter pumpkin disco balls gets me giddy for all the fall festivities ahead.
One of my favorite things about having disco balls hanging in our house is how the light catches them throughout the day. Bring the pumpkins into the fun, by creating a display of these sequin & glitter pumpkin disco balls to radiate that afternoon fall light in a fresh new way.
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Disco ball glitter pumpkins supplies
To make the disco ball sequin glitter pumpkins you will need:
- Faux Pumpkin
- Spray Paint – Matching color of sequins
- Tacky Glue
How to make a glitter pumpkin disco ball
1. I recommend spray painting your faux pumpkin with the same color as the sequins you are using. This helps blend any areas that the sequins may not cover.
2. Once your spray paint has dried. Use your tacky glue to make a thin line of glue.
3. Next, you will add your sequins, lining them up along your glue line.
4. Repeat this until you have you full pumpkin covered.
And a glitter pumpkin disco ball is what you get! Gah… I love these so much! My favorite party supply ever, obviously a disco ball mixed with my favorite season ever, obviously fall.
(Photos & video @ASubtleRevelry created for us by Whitney Gray)