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  • Meg Adornetto

    Cute for Halloween...cut scrap piece of black paper (or black contact paper) on an angle, cut out some fingers, and punch out the eyes. Tape it onto the toilet. :)

  • SMOKEY SANDY

    halloween decorations, halloween parties, toilet, contact paper, angl, kid bathrooms,. Indoor and Outdoor Halloween Decoration Ideas

  • Kelly Bednarek

    Great Halloween idea! Cut a scrap piece of black paper on an angle, cut out some fingers, and punch out the eyes. Tape it onto the toilet. :)

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