Halloween Bat Craft

Halloween is around the corner and its time for some spooky fun. Bats are right there as one of the most popular Halloween paraphernalia and it was a blast creating these super cool SPOON BATs with my toddler.

Spooky is fine, but who said Bats can't also be cute?

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HOW TO MAKE BAT CRAFT?


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Black Spoon
Wiggle Eyes
Cardstock Paper (Black, Gray)
Tissue Paper (Pink)
Glue
Scissor

BEHIND THE SCENE STEPS

1. Cut out the shape of wings, ears, and mouth from cardstock and tissue paper. You can use our free printable template if you like (Get free template by subscribing at the end of the post).




2. Glue spoon to the wing.



3. Glue pink part of the ears on black.


4. Glue eyes, ears, and mouth to the spoon.



And, your Bats are ready to rock for Halloween!

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Happy Crafting!


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3 comments:

  1. What did you use as the sticks to hang the bat upside down?

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    1. Those are the twigs we found on a nature walk. Just painted them :)

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  2. Also wondering how you got the bats to hand upside down!

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