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Eye Ball Frames

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This week we are celebrating Halloweek here at Charleston Crafted! Check in every day to see how we are decorating and baking for one of my favorite holidays!

If you follow us on twitter and instagram @charlestoncraft, you might have seen this preview:

Googley Eyed Frames- Charleston Crafted

When I posted that, Sean was out of town and saw the Instagram and said…. is that a table of solo cups with a little coke in them? hahaha! Sorry if my tease confused you, too.

It was actually a zoom in of a little Halloween picture frame project I did. This was another Pinterest inspired project that was really easy to do!

What you need:

A Picture Frame (I used plain $1 wooden ones)

Black paint and a paint brush

Tons of googley eyes (I got 4 variety packs from Michaels with tons of different sizes)

tacky glue

a halloween photo

What you do:

Paint the frame black. Make sure to paint the sides and the back to get a fully cohesive look.

Googley Eyed Frames- Charleston Crafted
Googley Eyed Frames- Charleston Crafted

After the paint dries, start glueing on eyes! I started by placing the largest eyes around the frame and then filled in with smaller eyes.

Googley Eyed Frames- Charleston Crafted

I decided that it was ok to see black between the eyes- I think it looked cool.

Googley Eyed Frames- Charleston Crafted

Let it dry really well and add your Halloween picture! I decided to make 2 frames, one for each of the pictures of our babies in past Halloween costumes.

Googley Eyed Frames- Charleston Crafted

How fun!

Halloween Eye Ball Frames - Charleston Crafted

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