The Art of Darkness

Eyeball Wreath

October 25th, 2010 by Cobwebs

WreathThere’s not a whole lot of time left to make Halloween decorations, but this gorgeous wreath by booturtle is so easy (and cheap!) that you can probably still pull it off.

This is brilliantly simple, consisting of a styrofoam wreath wrapped in black tulle, some glittery black leaves, and a whole load of bouncy eyeballs. The decorations are secured to the styrofoam using pins, so there isn’t even any gluing.

Check out the whole how-to here, and be sure to browse the rest of the blog for lots of other great decorating ideas. I particularly love these painted glass luminaries.

(via CRAFT)

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3 Responses

  1. xJane Says:

    WANT the painted glass luminaries (also those awesome stairs upon which they are displayed).

  2. xJane Says:

    Also, in the eyeball wreath instructions, the following phrase concerns me:

    And the hole is invisible in the balls. I can remove the pins and use them in another project or let the kids play with them. Or pass them out with candy at Halloween next year.

    I’m distressingly unclear about whether it is the eyeballs or the pins being played with or distributed with (in?) candy…Which makes it just that much better.

  3. Miranda Says:

    Here’s a similar one with instructions. I like that they used blue fur to make it seem like a monster! Love your website by the way. :)

    http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=53867.0

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