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12mm glass cabochon eyechips. Blue and violet glass eyechips for Pullip, Dal, Taeyang, Isul

12mm glass cabochon eyechips. Blue and violet glass eyechips for Pullip, Dal, Taeyang, Isul

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: 12mm glass cabochons, craft glaze, photo paper, love
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This listing is for one pair of blue/violet 12mm glass cabochon eyechips. Doll not included.

I have been a fan/ardent collector of glass cabochon eyechips for some time, as I find that they replicate the look of half-dome acrylic eyes without the extensive modification process necessary to install them in a Groove doll eyemech. At this time, there are no other U.S. based sellers of glass eyechips. I've decided to start making my own chips, partially for my personal enjoyment, but also because I'll be going back to school in the fall, and need additional funds for my tuition!

**ATTENTION**

These are 12mm sized eyechips for Pullip, Dal, Taeyang, Isul, and other dolls requiring 12mm flatback eyechips.

These eyechips are assembled by me, using 12mm flatback glass cabochons and professionally printed images of human irises. The finished chips are not waterproof. Eyechips may be secured into the eye mechanism with a small amount of craft/school glue (i.e. Elmers, etc.).

Though I use these chips exclusively for the customization/modification of Groove dolls, you may find that they have uses in your other craft projects. I'd love to see what you come up with!

**Depending of your monitor settings, the image can be slightly different from real product.
This listing is for one pair of blue/violet 12mm glass cabochon eyechips. Doll not included.

I have been a fan/ardent collector of glass cabochon eyechips for some time, as I find that they replicate the look of half-dome acrylic eyes without the extensive modification process necessary to install them in a Groove doll eyemech. At this time, there are no other U.S. based sellers of glass eyechips. I've decided to start making my own chips, partially for my personal enjoyment, but also because I'll be going back to school in the fall, and need additional funds for my tuition!

**ATTENTION**

These are 12mm sized eyechips for Pullip, Dal, Taeyang, Isul, and other dolls requiring 12mm flatback eyechips.

These eyechips are assembled by me, using 12mm flatback glass cabochons and professionally printed images of human irises. The finished chips are not waterproof. Eyechips may be secured into the eye mechanism with a small amount of craft/school glue (i.e. Elmers, etc.).

Though I use these chips exclusively for the customization/modification of Groove dolls, you may find that they have uses in your other craft projects. I'd love to see what you come up with!

**Depending of your monitor settings, the image can be slightly different from real product.

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