Step 6: Making Irises

Cut out your irises, if you're using the craft punch, this is your time to shine! If not, I hope you have a steady hand or you're using waterslide transfer paper. 
<p>awesome , I love it</p>
<p>Thank you!</p>
You are welcome
<p>awesome , I love it</p>
Very creepy! Awesome job!
Thank you!
Glad to see another haunter joining Instructables!<br>Thanks for posting!
Thanks! I'll have other stuff, eventually... My first love is haunting, but with every passing year, I find more and more techniques that transition outside of that area of my life and mesh seamlessly with new interests and pursuits. In other words, there will be plenty of Halloween stuff, but it won't ALL be Halloween stuff. :)
Nice tutorial. I thought I should share another tutorial with you that might be complimentary to yours. Terra's tutorial has been around for a few years but I thought it might interest you.<br>http://www.halloweenforum.com/members/terra-albums-tutorial-realistic-eyeballs.html<br><br>And if nothing else she's got a truly wicked printable eyeball template that I thought you might like.<br>http://www.halloweenforum.com/special/TerrasHalloweenEyes.jpg<br><br>-T
Thanks so much for the link! Terra is &quot;quite&quot; famous and a mainstay on the Halloween forums. She is really amazing and I've been a fan of hers for a couple of years now. I tend to shy away from the &quot;Halloween&quot; specific groups only because there is SO MUCH amazing content that it's kind of like sensory overload for me!<br><br>You are definitely correct, that is a truly wicked eyeball template and I will be making use of it, thanks so much for sharing. They have better detail and colour that the one I posted.

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