Trace or freehand the silhouette of a bat onto craft foam with black pen or marker (Image 1) then cut out silhouette with scissors (Image 2). Repeat the process to make multiple bats in assorted sizes.
Bat Silhouette on Craft Foam for Hanging Halloween Wreath
Trace or freehand the silhouette of a bat onto craft foam with black pen or marker then cut out silhouette with scissors. Repeat the process to make multiple bats in assorted sizes.
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).
"Flying" Bats on Halloween Wreath
Wrap the ends of the floral wire around the wreath until each bat is "flying" 1 to 2 inches above the wreath's surface.
Black craft foam, googly eyes and fishing line are all you need to create a whole colony of swooping, weatherproof bats. Kids big and small will love this quick and easy Halloween craft, perfect for adding a spooky touch to your front yard.
School glue and black glitter are all you need to give plain pumpkins a chic makeover. Choose an easy pattern for crafting with kids or go with a timeless design, like a monogram or graphic pattern, for a sophisticated look.
Add a little Halloween "spirit" to your kitchen counter. All you need is a large glass jar, basic craft supplies and a little imagination. This easy project is perfect to do with kids, they'll love coming up with ideas for spooky details.