Halloween bat. Children's recycling crafts

Halloween bat. Children's recycling crafts

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These terrifying Halloween bats or vampires are made from recycled material and are ideal for decorating at a children's party. And, to do so, we have used rolls of toilet paper.

An original craft to decorate for the Halloween party, it is also a very entertaining activity for children who will improve their motor coordination by having to do precision work.

  • Roll of toilet paper
  • Toilet paper
  • White glue
  • Scissors and brushes
  • Marker and tempera
  • Black and orange cardstock
  • Plastic eyes
  • Pencil

1. Prepare all materials before beginning.

2. Paint the toilet paper roll with black tempera

3. Print and cut out this template to make the bats' wings, mouth, and fangs.

4. Pencil the outline of the wings on a black card and cut it out.

5. Glue the wings onto the paper roll

6. Cut out half a red circle and two white triangles to make the mouth and glue them to the bat's face, also the plastic eyes and ... ready, your evil vampire bat!

This craft has been made byLaura, ofJuice Animations.