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Creepy, glowing jars of eye balls & skulls!! Did you know Tonic water glows with a black light? Fill jars with tonic water & put in creepy items like plastic eye balls or skulls, then put a votive candle on top. Put the black light behind the jars to make glow.

Classic Events By Kris: Real Parties: Happy Halloween!

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Glow-in-the-Dark Front Steps - 5 Halloween Party Décor Ideas for Adults

5 Halloween Party Décor Ideas for Adults

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blue light and cobwebs! Perfect for my Halloween party this year.

Halloween Haunt 2010 graveyard 005

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interior spaceLIFT - iS: Halloween Party Decorations: Buy masks at Dollar Store (I like glow in the dark ones) and put inside jars or lanter...

How to make body frame with PVC Pipes. Awesome Halloween decoration.

100_5135 - Garage of Evil!!

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Holy crap on a cracker, I'm doing this next halloween!

DIY- Tinkerbell Dust Pumpkin for the Win

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24 Days with 24 fun Activities - Creative Christmas Countdown 2012. I am thrilled to be participating in this amazing online Creative Christmas advent. Be sure to join us for a month full of fun and simple activities to count down the days to Christmas!

How to Make Purple Candy Apples -Halloween-

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DIY Tutorial: DIY Pumpkins Crafts / DIY Pumpkins - Bead&Cord

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Dishfunctional Designs: Creatively Cool Halloween Costumes

- Eyes in the Bushes- use glow sticks and hide the eyes in the bushes for Halloween.

Thrifty Crafty Girl: 31 Days of Halloween - Eyes in the Bushes

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Glow stick cotton candy will boost up your next event and will make it look classy and unique! A simple glow stick placed inside your usual cotton candy gives a bright neon!

Just get yourself some: Cheap Plastic Drop Cloths; White paper, newspaper or even leaves to stuff the heads; 6 or 8 Lengths of rebar- 3 to 4 feet high; Clear packing tape; a bunch of older outdoor white Christmas Lights with a long extension cord

Trick or Treat block from September 2010


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