This quick and easy creepy google eyes wreath craft is the perfect Halloween craft to make for your home! Kids can help too!
So I was making Halloween costumes earlier this week and I had all of my craft stuff all over the house. Friends, I haven’t had a good crafting session where I just make stuff for fun in a long time because my kids were home for pretty much every second for 18 months.
It felt so good to make something just because I felt like making something. And ok, while the Halloween costumes were involved, this creepy googly eyes wreath craft is incredibly easy. Like anyone can do this easy. It is not rockets science, but it was fun. And I like the result, it’s the good kind of Halloween decoration that’s not too scary. I am really not a scary Halloween person.
Also, can I just say, I felt very validated in my craft stash hoarding when I was digging around in my ribbon bin (What? You don’t have a ribbon bin?) and I found this piece of perfect creepy faux fur for the ribbon hanger. I don’t even quite remember what I originally bought it for, or why I saved it. (I don’t even like faux fur) But it was perfect for this project! And that is why I can never throw anything away, ha!
Anyway, let’s talk about making your own creepy googly eyes wreath for Halloween. This would be a fun one to do with kids who are old enough to handle a glue gun! Or for a Halloween craft party!
Creepy Googly Eyes Wreath Craft Supply List
Creepy Google Eyes Wreath Craft Instructions
This is an easy one, friends.
- Gather your supplies and heat up your glue gun
- Hot glue googly eyes into and around the grapevine wreath. Be sure to kind of tuck them so some of them are hiding a little bit. If your googly eyes are sticker back, don’t peel off the sticker paper first, they will be fine and the sticker backs are not sticky enough to keep them on the wreath on their own.
- Cut a strip of faux fur about 2 inches wide and 8 inches long. Fold in half, looped over the top of the wreath and hot glue the two short edges together. Cut a small slit or hole in the top back of the fur loop to hook the furry wreath hanger onto a nail or picture hanger on your wall!
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