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Sun, 03 Oct 2010
Halloween is round the corner, time to play at trick or treat, but remember to be careful that pumpkin head goes home to eat.

Flapping Bat For Halloween

Halloween Flapping Bat from Kaboose

Total Time Needed:
1 Hour

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Looking for a festive decoration for your home this Halloween?

Try conjuring up a few of these flapping craft foam creatures.

Materials
  • Bat templates
  • Black craft foam
  • Red sequins
  • Black paper fasteners (or brass fasteners colored with permanent black marker)
  • 10-inch piece of string or dental floss
  • Short piece of ribbon
  • A bead (optional)Diddilyies pet
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Instructions
  1. Flapping Bat - Step 1

Click here to download a printable version of the flapping bat. To view the .pdf file, you'll need Acrobat Reader which is available for free from the Adobe site.


  1. Flapping Bat - Step 2

  2. Cut 1 body shape and 2 matching wing shapes from black craft foam, punching holes where indicated. Glue red sequins to the head for eyes.

  3.  


  1. Flapping Bat - Step 3

  2.  To attach the wings to the body, align the hole farthest from the rounded end of each wing with a shoulder hole. Use black paper fasteners (or brass fasteners colored with permanent black marker) to loosely attach the wings to the back of the body, as shown.



Next, thread one end of a 10-inch piece of string or dental floss through the remaining wing holes and tie it in a loose loop, making sure the free end extends beyond the bat's head. Tie a bead to the end of the string, if you like.

Tie a piece of ribbon through the hole at the bottom of the bat, then hang him upside down on a wall or window. To make the bat's wings flap, pull the hanging string.


 All Halloween Characters from www.familyfun.go.com



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