Monday, September 24, 2012

styrofoam eye balls

there's a shortcut for everything these days.
guess everyone's in a frenzied hurry.
me included.

so...

quick tute.
here.

buy.
 31V5i0Oe1hL._SL500_AA300_

cut.
in 1/2.

sharpie.
draw.
black spots.
stx. 
on own.
2 web.


see?



cool.

o yeah.
almost 4got.

u can also add G-I-D paint 1st.

ultra cool.

c u l8r.
:)!
LOL


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34 comments:

  1. Fun! One can always use a few extra eyeballs this time of year!

    It's difficult for me to leave a comment on your site because I can't see the two words you have to type. It requires too much time to pull up another browser and then find your site again, and I'm sure a lot of people don't even know how to do that. Here's a great article on how to disable that feature so people can comment again. It may be keeping you from getting comments.

    http://www.michelemademe.com/2012/02/how-to-disable-new-two-word.html

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    1. well, now you gotta make these so you'll have extra eyeballs to see-LOL. anyway, thanks Noreen for the heads up and i disabled the robot words. guess you made a comment after all, cuz i'm replying to it! heehee

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  2. These are fun! I love how simple and hilarious your tutorial is.

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    1. thank you Nancy! it's a text message post. lol :D

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  3. Really cute, and you tutorial rocks :D

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    1. And you rock, Anke for commenting! Thanks!!! :D

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  4. These are so cute! And sorta yucky. And cute! ; )

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    1. Yucky cute? Hmmm. Works for me Heather! HAHA

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  5. Fast and easy decoration! Love it, plus it's pretty dang cool, too. Thanks for disabling robot words, I tell my kids you must have a robot for a mom, cuz I have a really hard time proving that I'm not one. LOL. Must be my aging eyes!

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    1. bleep-zing-boink. Take me to your mas..ter.
      (thanks Michelle! -hehe)

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  6. These would look great hiding in the bushes outside of my house as trick or treaters come! Plus, it seems like a really easy project-- I like easy!

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    1. yeah-it's a lot easier than 99% of what I usually make Digitaleramom! haha Thanks again!!!

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  7. Genius! Love it. I'm your newest follower from We Made That linky. Hope you will come by my blog and follow back.
    Be blessed,
    Julie @ Hey Mommy, Chocolate Milk
    http://heymommychocolatemilk.blogspot.com

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    1. YAHOOOOO! Thank you SO Much Hey Mommy! I'm yours too (GFC-haha).

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  8. That just looks COOL! Thanks for sharing on the We made that linky!

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    1. Thanks We Made That :) Cover a bush or tree with them-it's hilarious looking!

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  9. These are seriously adorable. They add such a fun little something to the classic spider web. I will have to try this when we get our webbing out!

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    1. yeah try it Natalie! they'll be a hit with the trick or treaters :)

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  10. You have such a fun and entertaining blog! I'm happy to be your newest follower. Hopped over from Western Warmth. Would love to have you stop by for a visit. Blessings ~ Judy

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    1. Oooo! You have some beautiful furniture on your site! I am SO HAPPY you are my new GFC!!! THANK YOU so much Judy! :>D

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  11. What a really fun idea! I love it!

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    1. Thanks Mama Jodi! Your cutie kids can help with this craft :)

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  12. Cute! Quick and easy decor that the kids could help with! Thanks for sharing at Pin It Thursday!

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    1. Thanks Food Done Light thanks!! :)

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  14. So fun & cute! I love how you've decorated your house & yard with these e-z eyeballs. I just posted a link from the StyroCrafts Facebook page. We must be on the same wavelength, too, as this coming week is EEK! Eyeball Craft Week on Crafts 'n Coffee. Thanks for sharing!

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    1. haha! i see we see eye to eye :>O LOL! i love your eyeballs-they are so cool! thanks Sharon :)

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  15. totally cute ideas!!

    Thanks for linking up! I shared your post in my wrap up http://tidymom.net/2012/fall-decorating-craft-ideas/
    Have a great rest of the weekend!

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    1. YAHOOO!!! That's AWESOME Cheryl! :)Thank you!

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    1. you're welcome. how's 'bout sharing your name?

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no foolin'! i love it when you comment! :>D