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Eyeball Tableware and Blood-Orange Cocktail Labels

Introduction

Eyeball Tableware

If anything is worse than having everyone's eyes on you, it's the feeling that one person is following your every move. The plates, glasses, and pitcher here (adorned with our clip-art eyeballs) capture that fear in extreme close-up. You can stare down those cold, soulless eyes as you nosh on cocktail onions tossed in blood-orange juice or other slippery round snacks. But whatever you do, don't blink.

These decoupaged eyeballs are made to last the length of your party. If you want them to last longer, use waterproof glue and keep the bottoms of the dishes dry. Moisture will cause the paper to peel away.

Resources: Marta double old-fashioned glasses and Beaker glass pitcher, cb2.com. Martini stir rod and Circle salad plates, crateandbarrel.com.

Blood-Orange Cocktails

The sight of blood makes yours run cold. But not all dark-red fluids are true blood. This cocktail is merely a quencher for a particularly villainous thirst. Each vial holds a serving of blood-orange cocktail; ours is made with liqueur for grown-ups, but a juice-only version for kids would be just as gruesome.

Our printable clip-art stickers seal the stoppers and include vital information such as flavor and blood type. Offer gauze napkins alongside to complete the transfusion experience.

Materials

  • Clear drinking glasses, plates, and pitcher
  • Decoupage glue, such as Mod Podge
  • Flat brush
  • Eyeball clip art

Steps

  1. Step 1

    Print our eyeball clip art, enlarging or reducing as needed to fit your glassware and dishes. Trim rounds so they fit just inside the rims of the pieces.

  2. Step 2

    Turn each item upside down, and use brush to apply a thin layer of glue to the bottom. Smooth paper, image side down, against it. Then brush the back of the paper with more glue, softening the paper so you can smooth it down neatly.

  3. Step 3

    To remove the image, soak the piece in water until it peels off.

Reviews (9)

  • 3 Oct, 2012

    What size test tubes work best?

  • 16 Oct, 2011

    I am glad to see some new neat stuff. This is simple but cool. I am getting a little tired of each season not seeing a lot of change for Halloween, and I love Halloween. The stuff is good just the same.

  • 15 Oct, 2011

    There are two links to the clip art - under Tools and Materials in item #1 is the link to the PDF which contains all of the clip art on 5 pages.

  • 15 Oct, 2011

    The labels and eyeballs area all in the same PDF file. Scroll down past the labels to find the eyeballs in two sizes..

  • 15 Oct, 2011

    KCLI: The eyeball clip art is part of the labels link - there are five pages to it - first page is the labels and the following four pages have the eyeballs - creepy!! You've probably already figured this out by now though! Have fun!

  • 15 Oct, 2011

    could we have the receipe for the adult drink and the kids jucie.

  • 15 Oct, 2011

    Where is the eyeball clipart located? Only the blood labels are linked.

  • 6 Oct, 2011

    SDijanic, Here are the clip-art labels. Let me know if this works for you: http://images.marthastewart.com/images/content/web/pdfs/2011Q4/blood-lables-phobia-1011mld.pdf

  • 28 Sep, 2011

    When will the clip-art printable stickers for the Test Tube Blood-Orange Cocktails be available?? The link gives a "Web Error 404 page Not Found"