Get your porch ready for Halloween with these DIY glow-in-the-dark Halloween decor ideas! Seriously simple Halloween Decor that will have trick or treaters coming back for more! These fun ideas are sponsored by Rust-Oleum Imagine, all ideas are mine!
Honestly, I can’t get enough of fun Halloween decor. I might be one of the only people you know with almost as many Halloween decorating items as Christmas. My attic is a mess! It’s the one time of year you can really let the fun fly and use your imagination to the stars and back. I was so excited to add some simple decor and update some old items with Rust-Oleum Imagine Glow-In-The-Dark Spray paint. Because we all know Halloween magic happens after dark!
I’ll show you how to make some quick glow-in-the-dark eyes to attach to your plants and shrubs to bring your Halloween porch and yard to life, but first, don’t forget you can update items you have in your stash in minutes. This glow-in-the-dark paint takes a couple shakes, a few squirts and your old decor is made new! You want to use this paint on your light-colored Halloween items. It works best when sprayed over white or light colors, so pull out those light-colored pumpkins and ghosts and make them GLOW!
To make these amazing glow in the dark eyes for your plants and shrubs start by getting your supplies together:
Glow in the Dark Halloween Decor Supplies:
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Paint the large wood circles or ovals white, allow to dry. Then spray them with Rust-Oleum Imagine Glow-in-the-Dark paint.
Paint an equal amount of small wood circles black, allow to dry.
Hot glue a length of crafting wire to the back of the large circle so you can attach the eyes to plants.
Hot glue the small black circles to the larger white ones. Make sure do work in pairs and have the black eye center in the same spot on both eyes. Make them look in different directions for added fun.
Attach the eyes to shrubs, potted plants, vines and trees to bring nature to life. They look great in the daytime…
…but even more amazing at night.
This incredible paint works by getting charged but real or artificial light, so it stores up the light and will glow for 3 to 4 hours after dark. You want to use the glow painted items in dark spots for maximum glow show and remember it works best sprayed over white to light colors.
I seriously hope you will grab a few cans of this fun spray paint and have a blast with it. Sometimes it’s the smallest changes that bring the most impact and this one is ridiculously simple to do!
Be sure to save this idea for later or add it to your Pinterest board for someone else to find it!
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