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Bee Doll with Compound Black Eyes

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This sweet bee made by Nicole from Flowery Branch, GA is finished with a set of 30mm realistic glass bee compound eyes from HandmadeGlassEyes.com⁠⁠ The dark eyes perfectly pair with the cozy, striped body of this bee doll, giving it just the right amount of life! You can check out our entire collection of glass insect eyes here, for crafting handmade bee dolls and more! About the glass eyes from handmadeglasseyes.com: All artisan glass eyes are original graphic designs designed by Megan Petersen of Spokane, Washington Each cabochon is handmade with attention to detail and inspected for quality All products are made...

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Amigurumi Baby Dragon with Orange Glass Eyes

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This fun amigurumi baby dragon doll was hand crafted by Rozan from Colorado Springs. She intended to add wings to the little guy, but the soon-to-be owner of the dragon loved him too much as he was, and wanted to take him home right away! Rozan completed this amigurumi baby dragon with these orange alpha dragon glass eyes. The eyes provided the perfect finishing touch he was waiting for! You can check out our entire collection of glass dragon eyes here, for crafting amigurumi dolls and more! About the glass eyes from handmadeglasseyes.com: All artisan glass eyes are original graphic designs...

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Polymer Clay Grogu Sculpture with Glass Eyes

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Chris Gadd from Didcot, United Kingdom crafted this Grogu-inspired sculpture with polymer clay and these big brown glass eyes from handmadeglasseyes.com. In his 5-star review of the glass eyes, Chris states that he loved the eyes and, "They were perfect for my project and working really well with polymer clay! Highly recommend!" Note: customers bake our eyes in polymer clay for up to 275 degrees F, for up to 30 minutes without issues. Any longer or hotter, however, and we recommend first coating the backsides with a heat protective agent such as resin or enamel. Get 20% off your entire order of...

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Custom Furby Eye Chips

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Ashley Brown Johnson City, TX uses our 14mm glass eyes to customize Furby dolls, and the results are mesmerizing. Ashley uses 14mm glass eye chips from handmadeglasseyes.com to customize her Furby dolls. "Make absolutely fantastic eye chips for custom furbys," She states in a recent 5-star review. If you'd like to add unique glass eye cabochons to your own creations, you can grab 20% off your entire order from us when you sign up for e-mail updates here. About the glass eyes from handmadeglasseyes.com: All artisan glass eyes are original graphic designs designed by Megan Petersen of Spokane, Washington Each cabochon is...

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Creepy Blythe Doll Eyes - Perfect Fit Eye Chips

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Carla Carpenter from Willsboro, NY uses glass eye chip designs from handmadeglasseyes.com to add to the eye mechanisms in her customized Blythe dolls for a touch of extra dimension and creepiness. In her 5-star review of the glass eye designs Carla says, "Super nice eyes, thank you!" If you would like to order any of the eye designs on our site to be the right fit for Blythe dolls, simply order size 14mm from the drop down menus on each of the product listings when adding to your cart and put "for Blythe" in the note to seller field at checkout, and...

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