DIY: Neon Glow-in-the-Dark Chandelier. Made from cardboard, plastic flagging tape (from the hardware store), neon paper circles punched out in different sizes & sewn together and a hula hoop from the Dollar Tree. Glow-in-the-Dark Spooktacular Halloween Party Decorations & Ideas
Prev Page1 of 8Next Page Glow sticks are so much fun and who knew they were so versatile? The fun doesn’t have to end with trick-or-treating or the 4th of July… Here are some really fun ideas you can do with glow sticks: Prev Page1 of 8Next Page
So, the Funhouse bathroom turned out better than I expected! I still wanted to have all the dolls I bought sitting on the shelf but they don't fit...ugh. Wasted money but more dolls for next year!Here is the view from the entrance: Side View: View of exit:View of Exit with the string/web in view:I might still find some things to throw in here or there but this room really took a lot of time! The room is so thin and with a ladder/toilet and a big lamp in the way it's just
BLACKLIGHT JELLO SHOTS - Bet you never saw jello shots like these. These blacklight glowing cups of wonder are fun to look at. They're a little bitter because of the quinine in the tonic water, but that's what makes them glow! You could easily swap Gin for the the Vodka, and have something close to a fruity Gin & Tonic. You must have a blacklight for these to glow! It's pretty awesome looking though if you do.
It's an elegant party when the sun is in the sky. But turn out the lights…and this shindig will merit some serious shivers! Change an ordinary tablescape into hair-raising Halloween décor with help from our fabulous glow-in-the-dark paints.