+ 3 easy ways to DIY the evil eye

I’ve been excited about this trend, its so unique, fun, and surprisingly it can be a great staple in your wardrobe…and its all about eyeballs! And it can be perfect to do before Halloween, because its a little creepy chic, even though I would make this regardless of the holiday. A few ways I would make this (and plan on making this), is either with freezer paper, stencil, or stamp. I looked online and in all the stores and had no luck finding any stamp or stencil that resembled this eyeball. So, DIY it is…here are the 3 ways I would.

1. freezer paper – find an image online, print it off onto freezer paper, then cut out the image. Iron it to your shirt. I would just stick with one big eyeball or a couple, because the cutting out can be a little time consuming. (example here)
2. stencil – print of the image onto hard stock paper, cut it out with an exacto knife, place where you want it on the shirt, then paint away with a sponge brush and fabric paint. Repeat if you want it to be small multiple eyeballs, then throw the paper away. (example here)
3. stamp – carve the evil eye image out in a stamp, dip in fabric paint or on stamp pad and stamp away on your shirt.


  1. Maribelle says:

    You’d best correct this.
    NOT the “evil eye”, but rather protection against it.
    Known as the Anti-maloccio – against the evil eye.
    It’s power colour is blue, btw.

  2. What a fun and creepy trend! I actually hadn’t come across this before, but then again, I live in a small town. I might just be trying some of this myself – and I would love to see whatever you DO end up trying. :)

  3. Another thing that will be added to my “to do” list :)
    I’m going to need more hours in a day.


  4. this print is so nice!!!


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