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Halloween décor doesn’t have to be gross or ghoulish … we think it can be glitzy too! Norx in the Know will show you how to use Liquid Fusion to launch your scary-good style into orbit with these glam galaxy creative pumpkin ideas. Read on to see how easy it is to make a flower moon and a sparkling constellation!
- Liquid Fusion Performance Adhesive
- Faux pumpkins
- Black acrylic paint
- Gems – small/ large – clear/dark
- Faux flowers and foliage in fall colors
We love this constellation creative pumpkin idea! (Galaxies are full of stars after all.) Start with a black acrylic paint coat on your pumpkin to serve as a base for your night sky.
Once the paint dries, it’s time to glue on gems in the shape of your favorite constellation. You’ll want gems large and small for your main stars and connector stars.
Begin by gluing your large gems on the pumpkin in the main constellation shape. Tip: You can use a white colored pencil or chalk to help mark your design on the pumpkin before gluing the gems on.
Glue smaller gems in between the large gems to connect them and complete your constellation design. Let the glue dry and you’re ready to put this creative pumpkin idea on display!
Looking for another easy creative pumpkin idea to go with your galaxy theme? How about more gems for extra glam? Working on one row at a time, apply evenly spaced dots of glue down the ridge lines of the pumpkin.
Press dark gems into the dots of glue and let dry completely.
Norx in the Know has one more creative pumpkin idea for your set of galaxy pumpkins … Let your Halloween creativity bloom with a flower moon! First glue the foliage onto the pumpkin in a crescent moon shape.
Accent the foliage by gluing faux flowers over the top, keeping with the crescent moon shape. Let dry completely.
Try using these creative pumpkin ideas to glam up your other Halloween décor for a frighteningly fabulous display!
What other creative pumpkin ideas are you brewing up this Halloween with Aleene’s Glues? Make sure to tag us on social @aleenesdiy and share your DIYs with us!