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DIY Eyeball Wreath
We painted the eyeballs with glow in the dark paint but, you can skip that part if you don’t have time. I also decided to paint my wreath but, if you have a dark-colored grapevine wreath or willow wreath you can omit this step too!
Halloween Eyeball Wreath
We made this wreath to hang as part of our Halloween decor and for the spooky movie viewing party we are going to have. Sam took our love sign and turned it to say evil. Then we hung the eyeball wreath next to it on the wall by our fireplace. Where will you hang yours?
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Make this easy, affordable Eyeball Wreath for Halloween or anytime you need a spooky wreath! Great to make and hang for spooky parties, Halloween parties, scary movie viewing parties...Or just hang it for your Halloween decor or hang it on your door. It has glow in the dark eyeballs, spider webs, and spiders.
Prep Time 5 minutes Active Time 1 hour Additional Time 1 hour Total Time 2 hours 5 minutes Difficulty easy Estimated Cost 15.00 Materials Grapevine or Willow Wreath Black Spray Paint (if painting wreath) Packages of Eyeballs (5- 12 piece, approxamately 60 total) Package of Spider Web with Spiders Optional neon paint / glow in the dark paint Wire for Making Wreath Hanger (or) Ribbon Tools Hot glue gun and glue sticks Wreath hanger Scissors Wire Cutters (Optional) Instructions Gather your supplies.
Protect your surface area, with newspaper or paper.
Spray paint your wreath and let it dry.
Flip over the other size spray paint it and let it dry.
If it's sunny outside it shouldn't take long for the thin coat of paint to dry.
Paint the fake eyeballs
Take out all your eyeballs out of the packages, set them into a big bowl if you are painting them with glow in the dark paint.
Paint each eyeball one by one set them on a paper surface or wax paper surface to dry.
Assemble the spooky eyeball wreath
When everything is dry it's time to assemble the eyeball wreath. Set the dried eyeballs in a bowl, heat up your hot glue gun and set your items on a protected surface before assembling.
Glue on the eyeballs
Continue adding eyeballs to the wreath until the wreath is full and all the eyeballs are connected by hot-gluing them together and onto the wreath.
Make your hanger
Now it is time to carefully flip over the wreath, add your wire hanger or ribbon if you haven't already by slipping wire or ribbon through wreath slot and making a loop. Tie it off.
Add the spider web with spiders to the back of the wreath
Next place your spider web onto the wreath. Add as many spiders as you want. (odd numbers are better for balancing and creating interest).
Hot glue it into place here and there around the wreath on the back.
Your done! It's ready to hang for your Halloween decor, Halloween party or Spooky party!
You can make your hanger before you start your wreath if you want. I like to do it after the eyeballs are on so I can pick the visually balanced placement for hanging. Pack of 36 Eyeballs
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