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  • Elle A

    Googly eyes apples

  • Jeanette Allday

    Fruit with eyes! Perfect for the lunch box for kids.

  • Jen Kauffman

    Stick googly eyes on your kid’s apple or banana and give them a fun fruit surprise in their lunch box! (Trust us: they will LOVE this!) www.parents.com/...

  • Alicia Bayer

    Everyday objects gain a playful personality with simple additions. Randomly stick self-adhesive googly eyes of various sizes on objects around the house: fruits, veggies, toothbrushes, phones, mugs. Anything can be anthropomorphized. For added humor, make an assortment of mustaches from card stock and use poster tack to stick them on photographs and other items. Leave a tray of extras in a handy spot and encourage your family to join in the fun.

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