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DIY Eyeball Halloween Crafts

Updated on March 12, 2018

Eyeball Halloween Picture Frame

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I love eyeball Halloween decorations like this googly eyed picture frame and the other easy, fun craft projects you will find on this page. These crafts are perfect to make with your kids, so look them over and gather up your crafting supplies.

To make this eyeball picture frame you will need:

  • A Cheap Picture Frame
  • Lime Green Craft Paint
  • Googly Eyes
  • Crafty Embellishments - Letters, Ribbons, You Choose.
  • Craft Glue
  • Scissors
  • Paintbrush

Paint the frame and let it dry completely. Glue on the googly eyes. Let them dry. Add your ribbon, letters, or whatever additions you have decided upon. You can see the added stripe of ribbon and the green letters that yell, "EEK" in the frame picture. You can duplicate this look or create one of your own. Either way, this frame is going to look great!

Googly Eyes Halloween Wreath

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This Halloween wreath is going to look great on your door and your kids are going to love helping you make it. To create this eyeful you will need the following supplies:

  • A Cheap Straw Wreath
  • White or Silver Ribbon - wrap around and glue onto the wreath
  • Ping Pong Balls - there are around 250 on this wreath
  • Googly Eyes - about 100
  • Hot Glue Gun & Glue Sticks
  • Wire - to hang the wreath

Wrap the wreath in the ribbon. Glue it down as you go. Wrap the wire around the top of the wreath to form a hanging loop. Glue the ping pong balls on the wreath until you are happy with the look. Glue the googly eyes to the ping pong balls.

Your wreath is done. This project can also be made with heavy duty craft glue. If you are going to make this wreath with your kids, be sure to supervise the use of the glue gun. Hot glue is very, very hot.

The Googly Eye Ornament

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The craft supplies you need to make this googly eye ornament are:

  • Tissue Paper
  • Styrofoam Ball Ornament
  • Googly Eyes In Assorted Sizes
  • Tacky Glue
  • Scissors
  • Ribbon
  • Straight Pins

Rip your tissue into small pieces and glue them onto the styrofoam ornament. This process will help your finished decoration have a smooth finish. Glue the eyes in rows around your ornament. Start with the large eyes in the center row working across the ornament and then use smaller eyes as you go, letting the eyes decrease in size. The smallest eyes should be at the ends of the ornaments.

Tie your ribbon into a bow and make a loop out of the ribbon to hang the ornament. Secure this to the ornament using a pin, you can glue the pin in.

Glow In The Dark Framed Googly Eye Art

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This gorgeous Halloween frame is an easy craft to make with your kids, and you can see how great it will look in your home as a Halloween decoration. To make this Glow in the Dark frame you will need:

  • Black Felt Sheet
  • Googly Eyes
  • Cardboard
  • Scissors
  • Wet Adhesive Spray
  • Frame

Cut your cardboard to fit in the frame. Spray the adhesive on the cardboard and put the felt on it. Trim off any excess.

Using the spray adhesive, glue on the googly eyes on the felt two by two...so they look like a pair of eyes. Keep gluing the eyes on the black felt until you like the way your eyeball art looks. Put the felt board into the frame.

You can add decorations or a draw a spiderweb on the frame if you like. The googly eyes should glow in the dark, to add a lot of Halloween fun to this easy craft idea.

Halloween Eyeball Shoes

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To make these super funky Halloween shoes you will need the following supplies:

  • Shoes
  • Googly Eyes
  • E-6000 Glue

Simple and easy. Choose your shoes, glue the googly eyes on them and let them dry completely.

Googly Eye Monogram Wreath Project

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This is a great craft project to make with your kids and the supplies you need are simple. They are:

  • A Wooden Letter
  • Craft Paint - your choice of color
  • Googly Eyes
  • Hot Glue Gun & Glue Sticks
  • Plastic Halloween Spider Rings
  • Spider Webbing
  • Halloween Colored Ribbon To Hang Your Craft

Paint the wooden letter and let it dry completely. Glue the eyeballs onto the dry, painted wreath. Glue on the googly eyes and then glue on the fake spider webbing. Attach the ribbons and make a bow...gluing everything in place so the monogrammed letter can be hung on your door. Lastly, glue the plastic spiders on to the webbing and hang.

Colorful Eyeball Bouquets

Eyeball crafts are fun to make and a great way to decorate your home for Halloween
Eyeball crafts are fun to make and a great way to decorate your home for Halloween | Source

This is a fun Halloween craft that both adults and kids will have lots of fun with. To make these eyeball bouquets you will need:

  • Styrofoam Balls In Different Sizes
  • Terra Cotta Pot Or Vase
  • Wiggle Eyes in Assorted Sizes and Colors
  • Chenille Stems in Assorted Colors
  • Acrylic Craft Paints in Halloween Colors
  • Toothpicks
  • Low-temp Glue Gun or Thick, White Craft Glue
  • Paintbrush
  • Pencil
  • Wire Knippers
  • And If You Like: Krylon Glitter Blast, Krylon Webbing Spray, Puffy Fabric Paint Red, Silk Leaves, Ribbon, Excelsior or Shredded Paper, Spider Webbing, and Plastic Spiders

Decorate your terra cotta pots or vases with the craft paint. You can use ribbons and decorations if you like. The pipe cleaners are the flower stems and the styrofoam balls are the flowers.

What's Your Favorite Eyeball Craft Project For Halloween?

There are some great Halloween decorations on this page and you can make them yourself. Which is your favorite?

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