Outdoor Halloween Decoration: Flying Bat Wreath
Easily craft this sculptural Halloween wreath that resembles bats taking flight with craft foam, floral wire, fabric and yarn.
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Attach Bats to Wreath and Adorn With Ribbon
Wrap the ends of the floral wire around the wreath until each bat is "flying" 1 to 2 inches above the wreath's surface (Image 1). Tip: To ensure the look is balanced, space bats 3 to 6 inches apart. Wrap ribbon around top of wreath (Image 2) and use it to hang finished wreath on your front door, over a mirror or in your home's entryway (Image 3).
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