Science North is where Lo and I first made eyes at each other. And it's pretty much guaranteed that we fell in love whilst learning to juggle (and flirting our pants off) over a shared trio of balloon and rice juggling balls. So today's craft is dedicated to Lo and his blue-green eyes: the sweetest pair of eyes I ever did see.
Balloon and rice juggling balls have been around for eons. HERE is a fine tutorial by the Ontario Science Center's SciZone already done up and ready to go. It shows how to make the basic juggling balls. Today I'm adding my very own Halloween twist on this tried and true craft.
Tutorial ✂ Halloween Juggling Eyeballs
Start by making the basic juggling balls as per the OSC tutorial.
Note that the juggling balls are made of 3 layers of balloons with rice as the filler. The colour of the first layer doesn't matter; it'll be completely covered. However to produce the eye effect, I used black and white balloons as my second and third layers respectively.
And there you have them! Sweet and juicy juggling eyeballs. Does it feel like you're being watched?... Spooky...
Here's Lo now testing them out. They work like a charm! See that? He's still got it after all this time.
Have yourself a fantastic weekend. Eye'll be back here on Tuesday!