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Easy Halloween Eyeball Lights

by Janine (follow)
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An easy way to create great Halloween decorations using string lights that you already have on hand. Add ping pong eyeballs to your Christmas lights for high impact decorating, low cost and minimal effort!



Lights

Materials



Lights

LED lights
Ping pong ball eyeballs
Sharp knife (I used a leatherman as the size of the blade was perfect for the hole.)

Method
Carefully pierce a hole in the back of the ping pong. Make a hole large enough to stick over top of the lights. You may need to put a small slit on the side of the hole if you need some extra room.



Lights
Gloves gave some extra protection in this stage in case of accidental slipping of my knife!

Gently push the ping pong ball over top of the a light.



Lights

When you are finished putting on the ping pong balls, string your lights up where you want them and let the scaring begin!



lit up eyeballs


As an alternative to buying ping pong ball eyeballs, get your kids involved in the decorating by getting plain ping pong balls and having them paint on the eyeballs!

For more great Halloween decorating ideas, check out Halloween Crafts at My Kid Craft.

Categories
#Halloween Decorating
#Lights
#Ping Pong Balls
#Outdoor
#Eyeball Lights
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