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Make an Eerie Eyeballs Glass for Halloween

Adjustable bloodshot eyes set the mood by adorning this Halloween glass. Make enough for all of your guests.

What You'll Need

  • 3/4-inch plastic-foam balls
  • Wooden skewers
  • Red dimensional paint
  • Black mini brads
  • Scissors
  • A pencil
  • Wineglasses
  • Purple crafts foam
  • Lime-colored chenille stems
  • Block of plastic foam or floral foam

How to Make It

  1. Push 3/4-inch-diameter plastic-foam balls onto wooden skewers.
  2. Use red dimensional paint to make seven spokes around the top of each foam ball, leaving the center (iris area) unpainted.
  3. Push the skewers into a block of plastic foam or floral foam until the paint dries.
  4. Use black mini brads (or paint mini brads with black dimensional paint) for pupils. Cut 5/8-inch-diameter circles from purple crafts foam for irises.
  5. Poke a hole into the center of each iris with the tip of a pencil.
  6. Push the brad through the iris and into the plastic-foam ball.
  7. Push an eyeball onto the end of a lime chenille stem.
  8. Wrap one or more stems around a wineglass stem.

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