I was never really into Halloween decorating until I moved into our current neighborhood. In our townhouse, we always put out pumpkins and passed out candy to any trick or treaters that came by. When we moved into our current house, all that just seemed to be way too low key considering all the decorating that was going on around us. So, slowly, we’ve been accumulating decorations at the after holiday sales to add to our collection. Of course, it helps if you can make some of your decorations too so I created this spooky eyeball wreath this year.
This wreath really came about as I was shopping for fall decorations and they were starting to move the Halloween stuff onto the clearance aisles. Of course, this was August so I was barely thinking of Halloween yet but I managed to snag a bunch of styrofoam eyeball picks in purple, orange and green. I stuck them in my cart figuring I would find something to do with them even if it was nothing more than shoving them in a vase.
I’d love to call this a tutorial but really, my 6 year old could have figured out this wreath with no instructions so I won’t insult you with writing out steps. Basically, just glue your eyeballs wherever you want them on the wreath.
Once everything is dry, you are ready to hang your wreath and start scaring little kids. Just be to sure to get good candy to make up for the initial fright though
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