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  • нαииαн ωуℓєя

    Glowsticks on the front steps for Halloween night! #Halloween #idea's #decoration

  • Liz Dayton

    Glow sticks on the outdoor steps for Halloween night. They wash off the next morning.

  • Rhonda O'Hegarty

    front steps for Halloween night? Fun! It can be hosed off the next morning. (Note: I have no idea WHAT this is. Not broken glow sticks, as they contain glass... Have to find out what will glow like this, preferably without black lights, that can be hosed off easily. Suggestions? Am I stuck to paint?)

  • Courtney Melnar

    Glow sticks on the front porch steps on Halloween night.

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Originally Posted by IowaGuy Never got into the glowstick thing, though I'm tempted to try that "TP roll" to make glowing eyes. Same here! That's one of my favorite ideas that I've seen on Pinterest. I also like the idea of cutting the ends off and dripping the glowy stuff down your stairs, like so:

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