Dollar Store DIY: Going Batty Bat Banner

Halloween Bat Banner:: PIN THIS ::

Do you have an empty mantel or entryway that could use some sprucing up?

If you are looking for a way to add some Halloween charm to your home for less, this Going Batty Bat Banner is perfect. It only takes minutes to make, and you can create one for around $2. All you need to do is make a quick trip to your local dollar store and you are ready to roll.

Take a peek below at how you too can go batty and create this fun Going Batty Bat Banner!

Supplies Needed:
Package of black bat cut outs
Halloween Ribbon
Hot glue and glue gun
Scissors

All of the above items can be found at your local Dollar Tree store. Just look in the Halloween d├ęcor aisles and craft supply aisle.

Directions:
1. You will want to begin by measuring out about 3 feet of ribbon. Cut. You may alter this length based on the size banner you want to make.
2. Lay out the bat cut outs. You will notice there are three different varieties. You now need to decide what pattern you want to place your bats in.
3. Once you decide, it is time to start gluing. Place a dab of glue on the back of each bat and press it firmly to the ribbon. You can angle the bats if you wish for a flying look!
4. When your bats are dry, you can now hang the banner any place you wish. These banners look cute draped on mantels, in doorways, or even just on the wall. A little piece of tape or a push pin is all you need to secure it.

This dollar store DIY project is so easy, even the kiddos can get in on the action and help you. It is a simple and inexpensive craft that is perfect for giving your home a little extra spookiness for less. So head to your Dollar Tree store and grab the supplies you need to get crafting!

Total Cost = $2
(assuming you already have a glue gun w/ glue sticks)

See more Dollar Store DIY Crafts to help decorate your home for Halloween for less!

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