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Glow In The Dark Eyes

by Lucy (follow)
Turn off the TV and tune into your own imagination. Enjoy each moment, allowing your creativity to unfold in the kitchen, craft space or in nature.
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These simple yet effective glow in the dark eyes are made from recycled toilet rolls and glow sticks. They make the perfect Halloween decoration to sit in the front windows or maybe on the front doorstep. You can try making all kinds of spooky patterned eyes - it's fun to try all different styles and watch them glow in the dark.



Glow in the dark eyes,
Glow in the dark eyes


Time: 5 - 10 minutes
Age: Any Age
Level: Easy

Materials

1 - 2 glow sticks
1 - 2 recycled toilet rolls
Nail scissors
pen

Method

Draw some spooky eyes onto a recycled toilet roll with a pen. You could get creative and draw any crazy shape you like.



Glow in the dark eyes,
Draw the eyes on


Using nail scissors, carefully cut the eyes out, leaving the pupils, if you wish.



Glow in the dark eyes,
Cut the eyes out


Insert the glow stick into the toilet roll and cover the ends with some foil. The glowing eyes will shine through the holes you cut.



Glow in the dark eyes,
The glowing eyes will shine through


Place the spooky eyes on the front doorstep for Halloween. Now it's time for some happy trick or treating.

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#Halloween
#Any Age
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