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Halloween Eyeball Printable Art and Decor Ideas

Written by: | Published: September 17, 2014 | Updated: September 29, 2023

Who couldn’t use more eyeball decor for Halloween? With this Halloween Eyeball Printable you can add eyeballs to all of your Halloween decor and party accessories. Below you’ll find a free Halloween printable page full of eyeballs that I created for you to use!

Eyeball printable art for Halloween by Jen Goode
Eyeball printable art for Halloween by Jen Goode

This eyeball art page comes with 20 different eyeballs you can use to make cupcake toppers, garland, paper crafts and other fun Halloween goodies. If you’d like a matching set of eyes, just print two pages of this printable.

Piles of eyeballs
Piles of eyeballs

Free printable eyeball art

There are so many fun ideas of things you can make with these eyeball printables. Get yourself a paper punch and you can cut out eyeballs all day long!

Use eyeball art to make hanging decor accents
Use eyeball art to make hanging decor accents
Make paper garland using eyeball art

How to make eyeball garland

To cut out the eyeball art, I used a pair of scissors to cut out all these eyeballs to make my decor projects, however, you can also use a paper punch. The 1 3/4″ size should be perfect. The 1 1/2″ punch is a little small but will work. The eyeball art designs are not perfect circles, so if you are worried about cutting an exact circle, don’t fret, they are a little lopsided already.

Cricut Users: If you have a Cricut machine, you can easily cut eyeballs with your machine. I’ve designed a similar eyeball image available through Cricut Design Space. Either cut or print-then-cut each eye with your Cricut machine.
Search for image #M3AA38FA in Cricut Design Space.


  • Printable eyeball art by Jen Goode (download below)
  • Printer
  • Scissors
  • Yard or twine
  • Glue


  1. Download the printable art and print.
  2. Cut out each eyeball design.
  3. Add glue to the backside of one eye.
  4. Place yard or twine over the glue.
  5. Place a second eye, top side up, over the yarn, on top of the first eye.
Make paper garland

Learn how to make eyeball cupcake toppers too. I am sharing the tutorial over at The Country Chic Cottage. Plus, Angie has tons of other great eyeball party ideas over there too – run over and check them all out. Ohhh how we love it when your party decor keeps an eye on you ~wink!

There are so many fun things you can make with a page of printable eyeball art. Decorate your entire Halloween party with these eyeballs! I’ve also got some yummy eyeball-themed treats you might like… check out these OREO eyeballs… so easy!

Eyeball printable art by Jen Goode
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MORE Halloween Eyeball party ideas

Make these super cute Popsicle Stick Monsters – I love this fun craft designed by Amanda Formaro!

I’d love to hear what you create with this eyeball printable… When you’re finished, check out the other fun Halloween Printables and Halloween ideas.

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3 thoughts on “Halloween Eyeball Printable Art and Decor Ideas”

  1. I’m using these eyeballs for a bake sale I’m organising to raise awareness for an eye condition called nystagmus (Wobbly Wednesday 05/11/14) – these will come in very useful! Thanks very much!


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