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Make a Bat-Shape Lollipop Holder for Halloween

Delight your trick-or-treaters with a bat-shape lollipop holder made from paper.

What You'll Need

  • Tracing paper
  • Pencil
  • Scissors
  • Construction paper: black, orange, white, and lime green
  • Paper punches: large and medium
  • Glue stick
  • Fine-point marking pens: black and silver
  • Lollipop

Download the Going Batty Treat Holder pattern

How to Make It

  1. Enlarge and trace the body and banner patterns and the hole positions. Cut out.
  2. Trace around the bat shape on black paper, the banner on orange, and the fangs on white. Cut out the shapes.
  3. For the eyes, punch out two white circles using the large paper punch. Use the smaller punch to make a lime green nose. Glue the shapes into place.
  4. Draw in the black and silver details and the lettering using marking pens. Fold the wings inward.
  5. Punch two holes in each wing as shown. Align the hole punches; insert the lollipop stick through the holes.

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