Get your eye drops. I mean Supplies: Molded Eyeball (at Michaels for 99 cents each), paint, paintbrushes, Mod Podge, E-6000 glue, and a magnet. If you cannot find a molded eyeball, you can use a wooden ball also available at Michaels arts and crafts store.
Blink 1: Start by watering down your red paint. Paint a light coat of red on the veins; repeat if you want them to appear darker until you’re satisfied with the results.
Blink 2: Paint the sclera, the white part of the eye, with white paint. While it dries, add a little of the water down red paint, in a circular motion, to give it a more natural look.
Blink 3: Paint the iris, the part that gives your eye its color. Start with the lightest color first working your way to the darkest color. I did yellow, blue, then purple, gradually blending the colors together.
Blink 4: Outline the iris and fill in the pupil with black paint. Add a small dot with white paint on the black pupil.
Blink 5: Mod Podge the whole eyeball to seal in the paint.
Blink 6: Glue a magnet on the bottom of your eyeball with E-6000 glue.
Place the bloodshot eyeball magnet on your refrigerator. Now, you have an eye on those late night snackers!