DIY Glow-in-the-dark Eyeballs

Halloween is coming up and I’m making some decorations. Glow in the dark eyeballs are an easy and quick idea. All you need is some ping pong balls, battery operated tea lights and markers to decorate the ping pong balls. I found some ping pong balls at the dollar store so I bought white for the eyeballs and orange ones for pumpkin faces.

Drill a small hole in the ping pong ball enough to fit the top of the tealight inside. I used a vice grip to hold the ping pong ball while I drilled a small hole.

I used colourful markers to create eyeballs, or whatever design you wish.

They look amazing at night when you light them up! Darker colours show up better at night.

I even cut out holes and put a pair in the pumpkin for eyes.

Making these eyeballs were fun! I put some inside a pumpkin for eyes and the trick or treaters just loved it! You could even put them on a string of lights with skull faces or ghosts, get creative! Enjoy Happy Halloween time!!!! muahaahhh!

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