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scrap pieces of black paper, cut on an angle, cut some fingers (but oval punch works to) and punched out the eyes.  Tape it on toilet.

Halloween Toilet Monster-Cut scrap piece of black paper (or vinyl if you have it) on an angle, cut out some fingers, and punch out the eyes. Tape it onto the toilet.

My Kind Of Introduction: 12 DIY Indoor Halloween Decorations

without the bow, cute monster wreath for front door monster party. DIY Make a Monster Tulle Wreath

Cut eye in your toilet paper roles and add a glow stick in them. Set them in your bushes on Halloween for spooky eyes! From Today's Every Mom.

Halloween decoration DIY Glowing Eyes: Save finished toilet paper rolls, cut eyes into them. Put glow sticks in the toilet paper rolls. Place the rolls into your hedge, trees or bushes at night. Watch people freak out as they pass your lawn.

Diy Halloween Ideas Ensures A Devilish Air

Diy Halloween Ideas Ensures A Devilish Air

A staple in homes, a vintage barrel stand is easily repurposed into a ghost Halloween candy bowl stand- without doing anything permanent!

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Write a message on the toilet seat in lipstick. **Word of advice: Don’t leave the lipstick on there too long. After awhile it will end up being imprinted on your toilet seat.write the message on a piece of tape

Halloween | ghost DIY

DIY Glow In The Dark Halloween Ghost Craft.cute but would need something that lasts longer than a glow stick. Maybe twinkle lights? Glow in the dark paint?

Halloween decorations. DIY. BOO sign Could be done with Fall, adding leaves

This DIY BOO sign makes easy Halloween decor. Fun Fall decor idea too! Make with Fall, adding leaves

home decor ideas:Horror Smile Face Wall Art Tapestry

Horror Smile Face Wall Art Tapestry

home decor ideas:Horror Smile Face Wall Art Tapestry

Take frosted contact paper and cut it apart to look like fractured glass. This works really well because you can apply it to the inside or outside of the window. By overlapping the frosted contact paper, you can create the appearance of glass thickness within the fractures.

"broken windows" : take frosted contact paper and cut it apart to look like fractured glass. The semi-transparent frosted contact paper takes on the appearance of the "glass" while the actual glass pane (which is transparent) disappears.

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