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Jar of Eyeballs

by diana (follow)
This is an easy to make eye popping Halloween decoration.



Time: 1 hour
Age: Over 10's
Level: Easy

Materials
Foam balls
Acrylic paints
Glass jar
Red food dye

Method
Dunk foam balls into red food dye, hold them in place so that only half the ball stains red. Leave to dry.



Paint eye ball colour. Leave to dry.



Paint black retina. Leave to dry.
Paint red veins. Leave to dry.



Fill a glass jar with the painted eye balls. Display on window sill, fireplace or table.



To see more Halloween decorations, check out MyKidCraft Halloween and Speckled Sydney.
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