If you’ve ever seen a bat up close, you’ll know they are actually really cute. Unconvinced? Stick with these non-living versions instead.
What You Need:
- toilet paper roll
- construction paper
- black or brown paint
- bat wing template (click here)
What You Do:
Paint a toilet paper roll and let dry. Or, leave it unpainted.
Push the middle of the roll down at one end, to create two points.
Cut the roll into a point at the other end.
Snip a set of bat wings out of black construction paper. You can use the template here.
Cut two slits into the paper roll and slide the bat wings inside.
Make a face with construction paper, googly eyes and/or markers.
This post also appeared on The Yummy Mummy Club with the title: 6 Boo-tiful Halloween Crafts for Your Kids.
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