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Round / Sphere eyes question

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I understand how you thread the wire into the ball, but how on earth do you get it to come back out?
 

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I understand how you thread the wire into the ball, but how on earth do you get it to come back out?
Its very fiddley haha.. If you bend the end of the wire into a U shape, it should find its way out easily enough with a bit of wiggling :smile:
 

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Its very fiddley haha.. If you bend the end of the wire into a U shape, it should find its way out easily enough with a bit of wiggling :smile:
Huh! I'm going to have to try that. I've been Gorilla Gluing it to the bottom of the ball. Your solution sounds much better. Thanks for the tip!
 

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I buy doll joints and attach the pegs to a small strip of wood, put it inside the head and through to the outside then attach the eyeballs onto the pegs.
 
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