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|CREATE|fork pom-pom bat garland


Our Halloween decor planning is in full swing now, so I've committed to myself to get a few little projects done for the weekend so I can decorate!  The first project I finished was a cute little pom-pom bat garland which I've made to put up on our fireplace.  I'm so excited I LOVE HALLOWEEN! 


You will need
Wool, I used grey and black
Googly eyes
Felt
Needle and thread
Fork
Scissors

1. Follow the instructions in my fork pom-pom tutorial post and make 8 pom-pom's.


2. Make a small bat wing template and cut out 16 wings, because half of my bats are grey and half are black, I made 8 of each.




3. Using the needle and thread, sew the wings onto the pom-pom making sure that you pull very tight and that the end of the wing is tight in the middle of the pom-pom.



I then suspended each of my bats onto a long string of wool.  I can't wait to get the rest of our Halloween decor up, these bats are going to look awesome with my black feather boa ;)

I hope you have enjoyed this little diy.

You can see all our Halloween decor ideas here
Moonlight and Mason Jars Link Party
Monkey and Mouse

6 comments :

  1. They look really effective Leandra and I love how you have made the pompom. They look just about simple enough for even me to make! Thanks for sharing #HowToSundays

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  2. They look so good, will have to get Hollie to make some in half term!

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  3. I make pom poms everyday! I sell pom pom monsters on etsy. love the wool you used for these, may I ask what brand it is? And the bats are just soo cute! pinning them #HowToSunday

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  4. I make pom poms everyday! I sell pom pom monsters on etsy. love the wool you used for these, may I ask what brand it is? And the bats are just soo cute! pinning them #HowToSunday

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  5. I make pom poms everyday! I sell pom pom monsters on etsy. love the wool you used for these, may I ask what brand it is? And the bats are just soo cute! pinning them #HowToSunday

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  6. I loooove these! They are so cute! Not sure I'll find time, but really want to make some pom pom bats. They look fantastic hanging on the mantel.
    Thanks so much for linking up to #HowtoSunday :) x

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