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Bat Garland No need to bait your home with bugs to attract a scary swarm of bats like these; all that's required is tissue paper and a pair of scissors.

Hanging Bats | Step-by-Step | DIY Craft How To’s and Instructions| Martha Stewart

This would be cute for our Virginia Big Eared bat. Obviously, we'd need to make our bat have bigger ears!

Garland Idea - Ribbon instead of paper. Can use an assortment of color groups for different occasions!

Use a die-cutting tool or bat punch to cut 24 bat shapes from various colors and patterns of scrapbook paper. Bend the wings slightly to give the decoration dimension. Cover a 12-inch cardboard or plywood square with even-weave fabric, taping any excess on the back. Use two stacked adhesive dots to attach bats onto the fabric-covered square. Remove the backing from the frame, and attach the board to the backing with hook-and-loop squares.

If I have said it once, I have said it a thousand times, one can never have too many bats.

Hanging Bats When night falls, a cast of creepy characters can help turn your yard into a landscape that's equally frightening and enchanting. Welcome trick-or-treaters in hair-raising style by turning your front porch into a bat cave with just our template, thick black paper, and painters' tape.

I'd have this in my house year-round instead of the Halloween decoration it's meant to be. Becaaaause I'm strange.

Tissue Paper Eggs Use this simple technique to create beautifully decorated Easter eggs. Make Tissue Paper Eggs