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Halloween Eyeball Lantern

By: Holly Homer from
Halloween Eyeball Lantern
Halloween Eyeball Lantern

From the blogger: "This Halloween Eyeball Lantern is creepy and cool looking. Plus, it's made with dollar store supplies making it budget-friendly, too! I love that it's not only a fun Halloween activity to do with your whole family, but it also doubles as an amazing Halloween centerpiece to enjoy all month long!"

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Primary TechniqueGeneral Crafts


Materials List

  • Plastic Mason Jars
  • Green Creepy Cloth
  • Plastic Eyeballs
  • LED Votive Candle
  • Scissors
  • Hot Glue
  • Double-sided tape


  1. Now that you’ve gathered all of your supplies, it is super easy to assemble this!

  2. Start by taking off the lid to plastic jar and filling it with plastic eyeballs. Pack them tightly so that they don’t move around freely in the jar.

  3. Now, use some double-sided tape to attach the votive candle to the underside of the lid. Be sure to turn candle on before tapping it to the lid. Don’t glue this or you won’t be able to turn the votive candle back off.

  4. Next, screw the lid onto the jar. You may need to move eyeballs around a bit so that the votive fits inside the jar.

  5. Finally, take some scary cloth drape it over the jar but make sure you can still see the eyeballs. Once you have the cloth where you like it, glue it to the jar to secure it in place.

  6. Use jar at night or in a dark place to see the eyes glow!

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