Spooky Eyeball Wreath
This Spooky Eyeball Wreath is a perfect addition to your Halloween decor! With just a few supplies you can make this simple and spooky wreath!
I couldn’t resist, BUT I just had to. I needed a wreath made of eyeballs, no really, I did. But seriously, just look at it…it’s so perfect for Halloween!
So fun. So spooky. So googly.
I have been dying to make this eyeball wreath ever since I bought out the entire stock of foam eyeballs at Michaels this summer! As soon as I saw these googly eyes I knew exactly what I was going to make! Being the wreath addict that I am, what else could I possibly do?!
Simple to make!
This is such an easy wreath to put together. With just a few simple craft supplies and some patience, you’ve got this! Here are the details to make your own Spooky Eyeball Wreath.
How to make a Spooky Eyeball Wreath
- Spray the grapevine base black. I bought my grapevine wreath from Michaels, and knew it was what I wanted, but it wasn’t the right colour. My daughter said “Hey mom, you should spray paint it!” So I spray painted it black, and now it’s perfect. (what a smart cookie!)
- Let the wreath dry for a few hours.
- Hang it on an inside door to add the eyeballs…it’s much easier to see what you are doing.
- Then I randomly glued on the eyeballs.
Really so easy. And we LOVE how it turned out! It makes us laugh every time we look at it! 😉
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Just adorable! I am so going to make one for our Halloween party!! Thank you for posting this 🙂
oh m’eye! eye’m impressed! 🙂
Love your wreath. Super cute! There are eyes watching all around you now. LOL
That is absolutely disgusting. Love it.
I LOVE this. I am definitely planning on making this!
I feel like someone is watching me. he he Too cute and a little odd. Hugs, Bobbi Jo
That’s hilarious, now I’m tempted to go to Micheals
I know you’re a stylish lady, so I was hoping you’d take a moment to check out my first ever design board and leave any constructive criticism you would like to share:
Ha ha LOVE it!
Spppooooooooooooooooky!!! I love it! I bought a zillion eye balls from the dollar tree lately. Tempted to copy 😉
Stinkin’ cute! My boys would love helping put this together even! Fun and unique idea- great work! 🙂 Hope you have a great week!
I love this! So cute 🙂
This is great! A little, creepy, a little funny!
Please stop by and submit your work in our Halloween link party if you’d like.
Corie @ Design DNA
I love this & pinned it! So many oogling eyes!
-caroline @ c.w.frosting
Definitely creepy…but kinda fun too!
Ha ha ha! Funny! I would never have thought of this. I’d love to have you link it up with Creative Me Monday at The Southern Institute. You can link up all week long and the link is:
Hope to see you there!
So awesome! I adore this! It is pretty creepy but that is what Halloween is all about! Thanks for sharing. Visiting from Show and Tell @Blue Cricket Desgin
I totally want to copy, so where did I find the googly eyes? Thanks!!! It is supremely awesome.
What a fun idea! It is perfect for Halloween! I have a party going on over at my blog if you want to join! I’d love to have you! Check it out under the “Stache Party” page on my blog: mylilpumpkinpatch.blogspot.com
Ahhh! I absolutely ADORE this wreath. It’s awesome. I’m running over to my Facebook fan page and sharing it with my fans!
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I love your wreath! I bought some eyeballs to make a similar wreath, I just haven’t gotten around to it yet. Thanks for the inspiration!
Love it! I’m crazy about Halloween wreaths right now – I might just have to try to make this one now, too! I found you through TT&J Weekend Wrap Up – I’d love for you to stop by sometime at http://fabulouslydomesticbyambrosia.com
Something completely original. I like it.
So very Halloween! I love it!
Love! I’d love for you to link up to my Wickedly Creative Halloween Ideas Link Party!
Your wreath is so eye-poppingly awesome! Definitely one of the most original, fun, and fabulous Halloween wreaths out there! So glad I saw your link-up at Craft-o-Maniac!
Jenn/Rook No. 17
so awesome! perfect for halloween and I haven’t seen anything like it yet so great GREAT job. “Eye” wish I had it at my house. haha. I’m a new follower to your blog and excited to see future posts.
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This is so gross….and so cool! I totally want to make one of these now!
this is amazing!!! if i can get my hands on 92 eyeballs, im doing it!!
This is SO funny, I love it! TFS.
I love it. Those are some primo eyeballs. My dollar store eyeballs were generic looking but that didn’t stop me. Check this out:
I’d love for you to link up at DIY Thrifty Thursday @ http://www.thrifty101.blogspot.com
Hope to see you soon,
I know I already posted a comment but I wanted to come back and invite you to link this up to my Monster Mash Bash! http://afishwholikesflowers.blogspot.com/2011/10/lets-do-monster-mash.html
Hope to SEE you there!
great idea! the perfect amount of ‘creep’!
thanks so much for sharing!! xo ~ kristi
Ha! This is SO much fun! Great idea spray painting the wreath prior – I’ve always wondered what to do with the grapevine wreaths when covering them! The eyeballs are equally fun and creepy – perfect for Halloween! I’d love if you linked up to our Fall Wreath Craft Party this month!
If I saw that at nighttime I would be scared out of my mind. Like eyeballs are so creepy. They just stare you down. It’s like stop looking at me!
Haha! This wreath still makes me laugh! 🙂
Wow! What a brilliant idea, so effective. Everyone will think this is awesome!
As soon as I saw these googly eyes I knew exactly what I was going to make!
Oh my, this is awesome! Would love to do this with the kids. Where did you purchase the eyeballs?
Thanks Jenise! I found them at Michaels!
I know you did the eyeball wreath a few years back, but do you remember where you got the eyeballs? You did such an awesome job!! love love love
I do! I bought them at Michaels and they had them last year as well, so fingers crossed they bring them back! 🙂
Where did you get the eyeballs?
Hi Maria! I found them at Michaels a few years ago, but have seen them since then. I hope you can find them!