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Who wants to present their treats in boring cups or worse plastic bags when you can have them handout in these colorful googly eyes treat cups come the mischief night. Such googly eyes cups will give usual ones a
DIY googly eyes treat cups (via
This tutorial will tell you how to make a googly eyes garland, decorate honey combs with googly eyes and even make a googly eye pie! A whole dessert table can be inspired by googly eyes and decorated with them, decorating with googly eyes is pretty easy and you can make anything with them.
DIY googly eyes balloon garland (via
Normally I’d say these soaps are fun for kids. But that would be an understatement – they’re fun for everyone! Picture this: there you are, having your normal train of thought in the shower, maybe worrying about being late to work or, on the contrary, enjoying the time to yourself. All of a sudden, the eyes of your soap move. You will enjoy your coffee with a smile on your face and look forward to the next time you have to wash your hands/body parts.
DIY googly eyes soap (via
These kid-made googly eye bowls are fantastic decorations for Halloween – and they even glow in the dark! For best glowing effect, “charge up” the bowls with a blacklight, then switch the lights off for a stunning effect! If you don’t have a blacklight, leave the bowls out for several hours in bright light and then suddenly switch off the lights for the best glow.
DIY glow in the dark googly eyes bowls (via
Ghosts are an indispensable part of Halloween, and f you need a small, child-friendly decorating theme with less-ghoulish imager, ghosts are your choice. These little ghosts are made of mason jars painted white and with googly eyes – such a simple craft to make and such a cute idea for Halloween!
DIY Halloween ghost jars (via
If you’ve loved the googly eye trend for Halloween this year, this fun
DIY giant googly eye Halloween wreath (via
This simple project will give you a lot of googly eyes push pins, which you can use anywhere you want. All you need are a packet of small googly eyes and some flat thumb tacks. Add a small dab of hot glue to the center of a push pin, plop an googly eye down, and you’re already done! Aren’t two step DIY projects the best?
DIY googly eyes push pins (via
This creepy take on a classic monogram is fun and easy to make. It’s a monogram wreath completely covered with googly eyes, spider webs, spiders and with orange and black ribbons. Looks so chic and Halloween-like!
DIY Halloween monogram wreath with googly eyes (via
This tutorial will turn your phone into a Hallowene one. You just need some uber adhesive, googly eyes, a tired phone case and household items to bring this DIY together. If you’re not feeling the googly eyes, you can substitute rhinestones or beads and still DIY a totally stylish phone case.
DIY googly eyes phone case (via