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Spooky Bat Girl

By: Deborah Everton

This Spooky Bat Girl project makes a great Halloween art project.  So enjoy making this with your kids or just some friends.  Then set it out on display for All Hallows Eve!


  • Box
  • Paint
  • Glue
  • Glitter
  • Plastic Spiders
  • Cardstock
  • Twig
  • Rhinestones
  • Foam Adhesive Squares
  • Black Pen
  • Templates


  1. Download and print template onto cardstock. Make sure they fit into your box. Clip out and trim the shapes. Edge the cutouts with back ink.
  2. Paint your box and let dry.
  3. Glue the background onto the inside of the box.
  4. Cut out bat wing shapes and add glitter.
  5. Snip the ring part off three plastic spiders and glitter.
  6. "Prune" the twig to fit into the box and glitter.
  7. Adhere your glittered twig to the inside of the box with hot glue. Drape the tendrils of hot glue around your twig to make webs.
  8. Glue medium bat wing shape to back on "Little Witch" girl.
  9. Put a foam square onto the back of the "Little Witch" girl and place her onto the background.
  10. Glue glitteres bat onto her hand.
  11. Glue the cut out "frame" shape to the outside lip of the box. Let dry.
  12. Add two tiny red rhinestones to the glittered bat for eyes and blue the bat to the top frame.
  13. Glue the spiders to the frame.


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