Lindsay Mullen
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Love what you've done with the place!

DECORATIONS: Keep the bathroom well stocked. with blood-stained towels. Some paint or food dye should do the trick. -- I'm thinking concentrated fabric dye, applied with rubber gloves.

Cleaning Secrets I Learned From Working at a Restaurant

To remove coffee stains from the inside of a glass coffee pot, add 4 teaspoons salt, 1 cup ice. Crushed ice works the best. And 1 tablespoon water. Gently swirl until clean, then rinse. Coffee pot should be at room temperature before cleaning

DIY - create a creepy halloween mirror.

Domythic Bliss: A Creeptastically Eerie Mirror diy using old picture frame with glass and krylon looking glass spray paint

Halloween Prank: A Simple Way To Scare The Bejezus Out Of Someone #lifehacking #halloween COOL

DIY Halloween Party decorations for outdoors. Cut holes into toilet rolls and add glowsticks for a scarey forest - clever effective idea ! Use painted soda/water bottles instead of paper rolls.

8 ways to usher the good vibes into your home- including using sage, frankincense, and jasmine

Have you ever entered a home that seemed to emanate positivity, happy and relaxed energy? And then wondered, what do people feel when they enter my home? If you know the answer is not ‘good vibes and great energy’, and want to remedy that then read on!

Beaded light from Turkish Delight exotic decor. Might as well give in and admit I actually liked some of the decor from brad allen's re-done room in Pillow Talk...

Beaded light from Turkish Delight exotic decor. Might as well give in and admit I actually liked some of the decor from brad allen's re-done room in Pillow Talk. Bohemian Inspirations,For the Home,Lighting,My Humble Ab

Sun catcher beaded curtain - memories of the bead and mirror curtain in my mums summer house/ garden shed - made with her hand made beads and little mirror tiles strung on fishing line.

Sun catcher beaded curtain - could fashion from old bead necklaces from charity shops, or make own lengths by stringing glass beads and mirror tiles on fishing line/necklace cord.