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8 Pretty Glittery Halloween Crafts

As the first week of October marches on, it’s officially the time of year when I get crazy excited for Halloween! We’re planning a Halloween party this year for a big group of friends and that has me even more pumped. As we’re brainstorming our costumes, I’m also thinking about decor. Naturally. While I’m all about the classic ghosts, witches and goblins, this year I’m wanting to add a dash of glam to our festivities. What better way to do that than with a big dose of glitter? In my mind, glitter makes everything better. So while I’m hunting for inspiration, it wouldn’t be nice of me not to share. Want to add a dash of glitter to your Halloween, too? Click through for 8 of the prettiest glam Halloween crafts!

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    8 Pretty Glittery Halloween Crafts

    Click through for 8 glittery crafts that will add a dash of glam to your Halloween! 

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    DIY Hanging Spider Balloons

    Generally no fan of spiders, I can't help but love these dangly spider hanging from colorful balloons. Of course, the splash of gold glitter doesn't hurt either!
    Get the how-to at Studio DIY

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    DIY Gold Glitter Polka Dot Pumpkins

    I always love unique options for decorating pumpkins for Halloween and here the combination of big gold polka dots and gold glitter is so pretty I can't resist!
    Get the how-to at Simone Anne | Photo by Simone Anne Photography

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    DIY Glittered Witch Hat

    A classic black witch hat gets all glammed up with a coat of black glitter. It makes a perfect addition to your costume or serves as a fabulously sparkly centerpiece!
    Get the how-to at Design Editor 

  • DIY Glitter Pumpkin Swizzle Sticks 5 of 9
    DIY Glitter Pumpkin Swizzle Sticks

    You guys know by now that I love a pretty swizzle stick for dressing up cocktails. These ones with little glittery pumpkin toppers are made with wooden dowels, beads, glitter and spray adhesive.
    Get the how-to a Freutcake | Photo by Marisa Mangum + Leah Bergman

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    DIY Glittered White Pumpkins

    Little white gourds are always one of my favorite additions when it comes to fall and Halloween decor. Jazzed up with a hefty dose of gold glitter, these are too cute for words!
    Get the how-to at Yesterday's Sweetheart

  • DIY Halloween Glitter Disco Ball 7 of 9
    DIY Halloween Glitter Disco Ball

    Made from an inexpensive paper lantern, spray glue and glitter, I love how this glittery pumpkin-inspired disco ball jazzes up a party!
    Get the how-to at Oh Happy Day | Photo by Elovephotos

  • DIY Black Glitter Candlesticks 8 of 9
    DIY Black Glitter Candlesticks

    Candlesticks seem to be a requirement for any Halloween decor, but anyone can admit that they look so much more festive when decked out in black glitter.
    Get the how-to at Coordinately Yours by Julie Blanner

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    DIY Pumpkin Candle Holders

    Hands down my favorite of the glittery Halloween crafts, these tiny little pumpkins look amazing when carved out to hold tealight candles and covered in gold glitter. They're so pretty!
    Get the how-to at Twig & Thistle

Read more from Cyd at The Sweetest Occasion. For more ideas and inspiration, find her on FacebookTwitter and Pinterest!

More from Cyd on Babble:
DIY to Try: Gold Leaf Halloween Postcards
10 DIY Blogs to Follow for the Holidays
5 Must-Have Pieces from Nate Berkus for Target
10 Anthropologie Inspired Crafts
Shine Bright! 10 DIY Lights + Lamps

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