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    DIY Spooky Bat Chandelier using hula hoops! So creative

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    Spooky Bat Chandelier using embroidery hoops and foam bats. #halloween #party #decorations #fallfestival #halloween #halloweenparty #halloweendecorations #halloweendecor #falldecor #fallcrafts #halloweencrafts #halloweenplanning #halloweenideas #holiday www.gmichaelsalon.com

  • Mackenzie Cox

    DIY bat chandelier using embroidery hoops and foam bats.

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