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Made with hand towels, rubber bands, and googly eyes. So cute for easter!!

Made with hand towels, rubber bands, and googly eyes. So cute for easter!!

Make this fun Halloween wreath in just minutes!

Wreath Challenge #2 - Halloween Wreath using EYES

Need a quick craft? 25 Googly Eye Projects...because everything is cuter with googly eyes!

Disney-Inspired Crafts and Activities for Kids

Need a quick craft? 25 Googly Eye Projects...because everything is cuter with googly eyes!

This would be a cute boo/halloween bow if possible to make smaller with the ghost and small googly eyes.

This would be a cute boo/halloween bow if possible to make smaller with the ghost and small googly eyes.

You’re One in a Minion. A easy Valentines Day craft for kids made from twinkies, construction paper and googly eyes.

20+ Cute Valentine’s Day Ideas

You’re One in a Minion. A easy Valentines Day craft for kids made from twinkies, construction paper and googly eyes.

Make your own delicious-looking sidewalk chalk.

This hexagonal shelf for your most precious of knick knacks:

Googly Eye Push Pins. $8 for 25? I'm so off to the dollar store for a box of thumbtacks and a bag of googly eyes!

Googly Eye Push Pins

Googly Eye Push Pins. $8 for 25? I'm so off to the dollar store for a box of thumbtacks and a bag of googly eyes!

Pour a bit of yellow craft paint directly inside the ornament,swirl it until fully covered. Let dry by hanging it upside down on a stick planted in a Styrofoam block. The eye was printed off the Internet (type “Minion” in Google images!), cut around and glued into a soft drink bottle cap. Add a drop of Glossy Accents clear medium to give the eye a shine. Glue the cap on a ribbon and attach with hot glue. Lastly,draw the smile with a Sharpie marker and add the yarn strands of hair.

15 DIY Christmas Ornaments

Pour a bit of yellow craft paint directly inside the ornament,swirl it until fully covered. Let dry by hanging it upside down on a stick planted in a Styrofoam block. The eye was printed off the Internet (type “Minion” in Google images!), cut around and glued into a soft drink bottle cap. Add a drop of Glossy Accents clear medium to give the eye a shine. Glue the cap on a ribbon and attach with hot glue. Lastly,draw the smile with a Sharpie marker and add the yarn strands of hair.

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