Bat Printable for Halloween (2 Sizes)
These free bat printables in two sizes are perfect to decorate your home with in so many ways this Halloween.
I love using simple black decor when decorating for Halloween and decorating with these free bat printables couldn’t be easier!
Today I’m joining 20+ blogger friends for a big Halloween printable tour hosted by my friend Kristen of Ella Claire. Be sure to visit all the bloggers at the end of this post to download all your free bat Halloween printables.
I just decorated my mantel for fall using my cloche collection and fall leaves and using my cloche collection again, I’m decorating them with bat printables in two different sizes.
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Click the green download box near the end of this post and print the bat printable template out. Cut out the bat shapes to use them as a template. Fold a piece of black card stock in half and place on the fold and cut out.
To hang them under glass cloches, poke two holes along the bat’s body with a pen and run string (I used clear bead and jewelry cord stretch 0.7mm) through the two holes like the photo below.
Then tape the top of the string to the inside middle of the cloche so the bats hang from the inside.
The bats then appear to be flying around inside the glass cloches!
This was fun to create and I’m sure there are so many possibilities of where you can hang these bats from.
(the links to where I purchased my cloches are in this post)
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Now be sure to visit all the bloggers below to download 20+ free Halloween printables!
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Click in case you missed:
Tarantula Halloween Printables
Flying Bat Cake Topper by Ella Claire | Halloween Labels with Faux Rust by Finding Silver Pennies | Haunted House by My Someday in May | Trick or Treat Tag by Boxwood Avenue | Vintage Inspired Halloween Greetings Postcard by Live Laugh Rowe
Trick or Treat by anderson + grant | Bats- 2 Sizes by So Much Better with Age | Black & White Halloween Cupcake Toppers by Cherished Bliss | Trick or Treat Stickers by Zevy Joy | Soul Taker Drink by My Sweet Savannah
Vintage Crows by Paint Me Pink | Hocus Pocus by Lolly Jane | Halloween Wine Labels by Brooklyn Limestone | Black and White Halloween Gallery Wall by Taryn Whiteaker | Vintage Halloween Treat Bags by Town and Country Living
Halloween Paper Rosettes by Happy Happy Nester | Wizard School Acceptance Letters by Nina Hendrick Design Company | Monster Mash by Clean and Scentsible | Trick or Treat Halloween Banner by The Happy Housie | Happy Halloween Treat Bags by On Sutton Place
Vintage Style Animal Skulls by Twelve on Main | Skeleton Paper Cones by My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia
I can’t tell you how much I love this simple and beautiful project! The perfect way to decorate for halloween!!!
Thanks so much, Chloe!
These are adorable 🦇 bats
I can’t get the download to work for the 2 bats sizes
They look cute!!
These are absolutely perfect, thanks for sharing! xo
I love the bats in the cloches! They look soooo good!
I love the way you have suspended your Halloween bats inside the cloches Jamie. They look totally amazing.
Thank you for sharing this project at Create, Bake, Grow & Gather this week. I’m delighted to be featuring this post at tonight’s party and pinning too. Now I’m off to visit all those other Halloween printables.
Aww, thank you so much, Kerryanne! I truly appreciate the love.
Jamie, I love this display of printable bats on your mantel. I especially love the look of them “flying” in the cloches! Just awesome! I’ve chosen you as one of my features on Share Your Style tonight. I hope to see you over at the party.
Thank you so much, Kim. I truly appreciate it!
You’ve been PINKED! Your post was a hit on the Classy Flamingos Blog Party. Come by and pick up a badge this week at poinsettiadr.com You rock!
Thanks so much, Linda. I truly appreciate the feature!
Wow! So simple and elegant and wonderful all at the same time! Thanks for sharing how you got the bats to “fly” in the cloches! Congrats for being featured over at the Friday Features blog party.
Thanks so much! I truly appreciate the feature.
These bats look great in the cloches! I’ll be featuring it tonight at Merry Monday!
Thanks so much, Jenny. I truly appreciate the feature!