If you want simple yet amazing decorations for Halloween, look no further. Making this somewhat spooky monster eyeball Halloween door wreath will take less than 15 minutes of your time and will create a totally fun new look for your front door. I love that this wreath is easy enough for a child to make but is fun enough for the adults to enjoy creating. Add this to your Halloween craft list now!
Monster Eyeball Halloween Door Wreath
It’s no mystery why this is a new favorite. Just look at how cute this turned out! Monsters don’t have to be scary at all. Instead, you can make them into this cute little decoration that is fun and unique. Kids will love turning this into their own Halloween project to create, and you will love that you have a cheap and easy craft to add to your home decor.
I love that this is easy to make, and I know you will too! If you want more monster themed decorations, you should check out this list of monster wreaths and monster doors, or maybe even make this cute upcycled old book monster. They are all cute additions to your Halloween decor!
Where Can I Put This Wreath in My Home?
Adding this to your front door is obvious, but sometimes that’s not the only place you want to add decorations. This can fit into a ton of different places around your home and can be used not just as a wreath but as a part of your home decor. Below are some ideas that I have and think will look great with this wreath.
- Prop or hang on the mantle above your fireplace.
- Lay down flat and add a vase of black or orange flowers in the middle as part of a Halloween centerpiece.
- Hang from the ceiling so the wreath is flat and the eyeballs are staring down at you.
- Include in spooky haunted house decorations.
Variations of This Wreath
It seems like a pretty easy option to make, but you may find that you want to add a little something extra to your wreath. If that’s the case, then you might want to check out some of the fun ideas below that really add a bit of something extra to your eyeball wreath. Get creative and make this your own.
- Use a red paint pen or marker to add veins to look like bloodshot eyeballs.
- Add spray glitter onto the eyeballs so they sparkle in the light.
- Spray the balls with glow in the dark paint to create a glowing wreath for nighttime.
- Use black ribbon and weave around the eyeballs for a spookier look.
- Spray pain the balls green or yellow instead of white.
- Glue these to a metal or styfrofoam wreath frame instead.
What Can I Use for the Eyeballs?
I picked up a cheap pack of ping pong balls at my local Dollar Tree for my wreath. They are affordable, durable, and perfect for this since I don’t have to worry about painting them. If you don’t want to use those, there are other options that can work for this wreath.
Some of the other ideas I think would work great for making the eyeballs are golf balls. They may be a bit bumpy, but you could clean them up and use them for an added unique touch. Other choices include miniature styrofoam balls, a few white pom poms, homemade yarn pom poms, or even ornaments you’ve painted white..
What Glue Can I Use If Kids are Making This?
If you don’t want to use a hot glue gun with kids making this eyeball wreath, that’s totally understandable. I’ve used simple kids craft glue like Elmer’s glue before, but if you want the pieces to stick for longer, I recommend a good craft glue. I usually reach for E6000, but a cheaper and easier option would be Arlene’s tacky glue. All are readily available at dollar stores and craft stores.
- Ping pong balls
- Orange ribbon
- Googly eyes
- Craft knife
- Hot glue gun
- Hot glue sticks or hot glue rope
How to Make a Monster Eyeball Halloween Door Wreath
Draw and cut out a circle from cardboard.
On the inside of the circle, trace and cut out another circle creating a wreath shape.
Glue the ping pong balls onto the wreath making sure any writing is facing the back of the wreath.
Cover all but a 6 inch portion on the top of the wreath.
Cut a length of orange ribbon and tie it into a bow.
Secure the bow with a piece of twine around the center.
Glue the bow onto the open portion of the wreath.
Next, glue a ping pong ball into the center of the bow.
Glue googly eyes onto the balls one per ball.
Now you can hang your wreath as desired.
More Cute Halloween Decorations
Halloween is a great time of year to decorate your home. Whether you are looking for more easy Halloween crafts for the kids or you want to add a whole new look to your home, there are tons of ideas to choose from. Below are a few of my favorites that are super cute and tons of fun to add to your home.
- Cute Upcycled Flower Pot Halloween Characters
- Smiling Paper Plate Pumpkin Lantern Kids’ Craft
- 25 Gruesome DIY Haunted House Props to Make Your Halloween the Scariest Ever
- Easy Paper Halloween hanging Garland
- Spooky Fun Bat and Spider Magnets Halloween Craft
Stock up on extra craft supplies by ordering affordable choices on Dollar Tree online. I love that they ship directly to your front door! This makes crafting affordable and easy to manage, no matter what your budget may be!
- Draw and cut out a circle from cardboard.
- On the inside of the circle, trace and cut out another circle creating a wreath shape.
- Glue the ping pong balls onto the wreath making sure any writing is facing the back of the wreath. Cover all but a 6 inch portion on the top of the wreath.
- Cut a length of orange ribbon and tie into a bow.
- Secure the bow with a piece of twine around the center.
- Glue the bow onto the open portion of the wreath.
- Next, glue a ping pong ball into the center of the bow.
- Glue googly eyes onto the balls one per ball.
- Now you can hang your wreath as desired.
Use golf balls or pom poms instead of ping pong balls if desired.
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Finished Project Gallery
If you prefer, you can draw eyes onto the ping pong balls to save money but I love how easy the googly eyes are on this.
Use different colors of ribbon to make your wreath a bit more unique.