I made these cute little bats for our dining room last year. Our dining room is all dark wood, decorated with silver.
Once again, they're quick, easy, and CHEAP!
Glue (I used Elmer's Craft Bond- Paper Craft Glue Gel...it doesn't spread out as much as some)
Cutting tool...Silhouette, Cricut, or a pair of scissors ( I used scissors. If you're using scissors, you'll need a pattern and a pencil, too)
Here is a pattern....If you're using a shilouette, you can use this pattern too. Save it to your computer, go to insert, file, and select whatever you named it as... and it's free! YAY!
Trace the Shape onto the paper, and cut them out. Or, use your handy-dandy cutting machine. Make sure that you make your bat big enough to fit a hole punch in-between the ears.
Trace around the outside of some of the bats with glue- add glitter. On the other bats, I just added glittery eyes. I thought it looked better having them a little different from each other.
Add a ribbon through your hole punch..and hang them up!
I also made a few (without the hole punch) and taped them to my mirrors....