How To Make Eye-phones

26th March 2012

I’ve fallen in love with googly eyes! The perfect amount of black and white, the circles within circles, the way that they let out a slight rattle as they get trashed about, and the fact that give everything more personality once applied!

I’ve gone googly eye crazy lately!

Ive been sticking them on pretty much everything. Including my nails, phone, movies, and even my boyfriend.

Most recently, I took my ugly headphones that had taken a few coats of black spray paint and quite a beating through out the years and covered them in googly eyes! It was super simple. Heres how you can do it!

First, you’ll need the following items:

Also,  you may want to grab a paper plate for the E-600 glue because it tends to just ooze out long after you put it down.

If the surface of your headphones are super smooth, you may want to scratch them up a little but with a piece of sandpaper (a nail file could work too, if you’re a normal person who doesn’t keep construction material around your house). By creating a rougher texture, it’ll create a better surface for things to stick to.

then do the following 4 steps:Just continue doing that until your headphones are completely covered in fun little rattling eyeballs!

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2 thoughts on “How To Make Eye-phones

  1. Frank

    If the eye-balls are rattling, how is that rattling sound in your ears when listening to music??? I think it drives you crazy then, listening to soft piano music, then you move your head and those eyes are rattling again like nuts … Woa!!!!!!

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