Everything is spookier when it glows in the dark. Duh, that is just common knowledge. This same pearl of Halloween wisdom is true for old black and white family photos (scan and use copies not the original heirloom), kids school pictures run through a photo editing software to make them black and white or in this case photos of complete strangers.
Give your ghouls the glow treatment with the help of glow in the dark paint. Pop over to the (sponsored) I Love to Create blog for my full tutorial.
***Please note that I was given free supplies and compensated by I Love to Create for this post.***