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Eyeballs In A Mason Jar Halloween Project

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Putting fake or chocolate eyeballs in a mason jar, then decorating the jar for Halloween is a great seasonal craft for kids and adults alike!


Eyeballs In A Mason Jar Cost And Supply Choices

This project cost under $15.00 to complete because I bought most of the supplies at my local dollar store.

I did have some items on hand like the mason jar and the lid.

The Raven cost about half of that because I wanted one that had lighted eyes.

I have seen Raven‘s that would work, but did not light up, at our local dollar store for just $1.00.

How To Make Halloween Eyeballs In A Jar

Here is how I made this diy eyeball jar:

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Halloween Eyeball Decoration

Other than the chocolate candy, this decoration is one that I will save once Halloween is over.

I also intend to keep my eyes out for smaller eyeballs that are fake to put in place of the chocolate ones so I don’t have to redo the eyeballs from year to year.

Halloween Decorating And Craft Ideas


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