Halloween Wreath

DIY Eyeball Halloween Wreath

How to Make a Spooky Eyeball Wreath with Ping Pong Balls

Make a spooky and “eye-catching” Halloween wreath décor using ping pong balls and googly eyes.

This fun and easy project will give your home a creepy, fun twist that is sure to impress trick-or-treaters and Halloween party guests.


Eyeball Wreath

Step 1: Glue the Eyeballs to the Wreath

Using your hot glue gun, start attaching the ping pong ball eyeballs to the foam wreath form. We just put a blob on the printed makers mark and attached that part to the wreath form.

Make sure to cover the entire surface of the wreath that will be visible but leave the back eyeball-free so it can lay flat. Be careful not to burn yourself with the hot glue, it really hurts (oops).

Step 2: Add Multi-colored Googly Eyes

Eyeball Wreath

Now glue on pairs of matching colored googly eyes. We used red and yellow pairs for matching eyeballs and only “googly-eyed” some of the ping pong balls. But if you want eyes everywhere, go for it!

We considered spraying the whole thing with glow in the dark spray paint (yes, they really make that!!) for a spooky nighttime experience but opted to hang our wreath inside instead.

Step 3: Add a Ribbon for Hanging

Once all the eyeballs are glued on, flip your wreath over and attach a ribbon to the back with hot glue. This will serve as the hanger for your DIY Halloween Eyeball Wreath.

Step 4: Display Your Spooky Halloween Wreath

Eyeball Wreath

Now, all that’s left to do is hang up your DIY Halloween Eyeball Wreath. Find the perfect spot on your front door, above the mantel, or as a haunting centerpiece for your Halloween party.

This Halloween Wreath is a great compliment to other crafty decor, such as these Embroidery Hoop Pumpkins.

Happy Crafting!


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