DECORA 4 Pairs of 4 Colors 26mm Half Round Acrylic Doll Bear Craft Plastic Eyeballs(8pcs)

8 Customer reviews
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$5.59

Size:14mm


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Product Description

  • MAterial: these eyeballs are made of plastic with no bubble and pupils are placed and colored in the center.
  • Attribute: the eyeballs are half round and flat in the other side and hollow with great durability and fine workmanship.
  • Vibrant Color: one set contains 4 pairs of plastic eyeballs, 2 in grey, 2 in brown, 2 in blue, 2 in green respectively, bright and vibrant.
  • Wide Application: with its vibrant color and good quality, these well-made eyeballs are great craft making accessories, perfect for dolls making, craft sewing, prank props decorating and other uses.
  • Get Inspired: with great durability, these eyeballs will make your life full of joy and great for creating more fun craft works!

Size:26mm


Material:
All these eyeballs are made of plastic with no bubble and pupils are placed and colored in the center flat in the other side and hollow
Shape:
Half round with flat back.
Dimension (Approx.):
26mm with 18mm in diameter
Color:
2 in grey, 2 in brown, 2 in blue, 2 in green


Customer reviews(8)

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Courtney
January 24, 2016
I can't even begin to describe how perfect these eyeballs were!! I used them as part of my office desk decorations for Halloween, and they were a huge hit! All of my coworkers were so impressed at how creepy and real the eyeballs looked. I ended up gluing them in the center of some fake red peonies and placed them in an old root beer bottle - giving it an old-vintage feel. The eyeballs were extremely easy to work with and the hot glue I used didn't damage them in any way. They were the perfect size - 26mm spot on. The irises are wonderfully clear and vivid, with just enough shine to make them life-like. I'm definitely coming back for more next Halloween!
Patrick
February 8, 2017
I used four of these (two lost to my poor craft-work) to glue on two eye patches with a slicing razor for a Dali-themed costume party. The idea came from a picture of Dali with an eye painted on an eyepatch as a reference to his surreal film of an eyeball cut with a straight razor. Yes, weird, but I was hard-up for an easy costume.

I made the cuts to glue in a safety razor using a hacksaw held between my legs holding the half eyeball at about a 30 degree angle. The plastic iris held during this process. I then painted on a an outline of a large eye using my girlfriend's white nail polish.

The Ayes have it for a well made half-eye.
Stephanie
December 26, 2017
Drone
November 16, 2016
IF YOU NEED EYEBALLS FOR A DOLL THEN BUY THESE EYEBALLS. IF YOU NEED EYEBALLS IN GENERAL THEN BUY THESE EYEBALLS. NEED TO SEE THE FUTURE? BUY THESE EYEBALLS AND LEARN TO DIVINE. NEED TO WELD SOMETHING? BUY THESE EYEBALLS THOUGH A WELDER MIGHT HELP YOUR EFFORTS
J. Herbst
December 27, 2015
We love these eyeballs. We had fun attaching them to all sorts of odd things. We used one pair on a homemade costume of a gorilla carrying a cage with a human behind the bars. The rubber gorilla mask we were using had holes for the eyes - it was intended to be worn on the wearer's head. But we used the gorilla head on a manikin top for our costume. So we used a pair of these eyeballs, gluing them over the gorilla mask's eye-holes. They looked awesome!!
Trillium
February 18, 2018
They're good for plastic eyes, but they are very hollow and have no shank on the back. That means they need a lot of back-filling with clay or you'll need to glue shanks deep inside them.
Randj
May 7, 2015
Excellent fun. Having a few extra is fun too. I had extra so I added one to the radio knob in my truck.
MargiesCuties
August 20, 2018
I bought them for dolls, and the pupils are very cheap looking. This is more for a cheap craft, or just for a seasonal decoration. Don't buy this if you are going to make a doll or replace doll eyes. Very disappointed.