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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.

Halloween Prank: A Simple Way To Scare The Bejezus Out Of Someone

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.

This cute first birthday party has an owl theme in pink and turquoise! See more party ideas at CatchMyParty.com!

Owls / Birthday "Owl little Betina turns One!"

This cute first birthday party has an owl theme in pink and turquoise! See more party ideas at CatchMyParty.com!

Se vierte el vinagre en la lavadora. Cuando veas por qué lo hace, querrás hacerlo tú también. | LikeMag | We like to entertain you

Bis in die Trommel deiner Waschmaschine lagern sich Seifenrest und Mineralien ab. Entfern die Rückstände und reinige deine Waschmaschine, indem du einen ganz normalen Waschgang ohne Kleidung dafür mit einer Tasse Essig einmal pro Monat laufen lässt.

21-year-old face painter and aspiring body artist Lisha Simpson uses her skin as a mutable canvas to make her fairytale-like tableaux. In some designs, she creates carefully shaded and proportioned illustrations that appear to pop off the palm of her hand as if she’s holding true 3D objects, from miniature books to Polaroids to paper cranes. Even more intriguing, however, are the optical illusions she applies down her forearms. Simpson visually “carves” parts of her limbs away by painting…

Body Artist Paints Surreal Optical Illusions Down Her Own Arms

21-year-old face painter and aspiring body artist Lisha Simpson uses her skin as a mutable canvas to make her fairytale-like tableaux. In some designs, she creates carefully shaded and proportioned illustrations that appear to pop off the palm of her hand as if she’s holding true 3D objects, from miniature books to Polaroids to paper cranes. Even more intriguing, however, are the optical illusions she applies down her forearms. Simpson visually “carves” parts of her limbs away by painting…