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Bat Ribbon Sculpture, YouTube Video

Bat Ribbon Sculpture, YouTube Video - The Ribbon Retreat Blog
I have a confession to make…no laughing. Ok, laugh away! One of the spookiest things, for me, during this spoooooooktacular time of year is creepy, wing flapping, night dwelling BATS! EEEEEEKKKK! I am a little afraid of them…ok, maybe a lot! When I was growing up, I had the privilege of growing up on a cattle ranch where we were often times finding ourselves needing to go to the barn in the dark to unsaddle horses, put away tack, etc. But, the worst was when you had to do it in the dark. There were some little creepy bats who loved to fly out and try to dive bomb your head. Thus my fear of these black flying monsters. However, today Shirley is coming to my rescue and introducing us to the most friendly and most adorable bat I have ever seen! I can tell you, I am everything but scared of this sweet little bat and that adorable little bow on her cute head!

Not only am I in love with this little bat, but I can’t wait to make one for me, one for my little lady, and some for teachers, neighbors and friends. I am sure they are going to love them too! So let’s get started!

Supplies:

3/8″ Black Grosgrain Ribbon
3/8″ Orange/White Swiss Dot Ribbon
Googly Eyes
Clip
Gem
Scissors
Needle and Thread
Lighter
Hot Glue Gun

Bat Button
Don’t be scared…this bat is lovable and just so dang cute! Enjoy!

Seriously though, aren’t you in love with this little critter? I dare you to try to make only one. This fun little bat could also be made into a little fella by moving the bow from the head to his neck to make him look like he has a fancy bow tie on. How fun would that be?
Thank you Shirley for sharing this adorable project with us and the always awesome video tutorial!

Are you ready to make this fun and festive Bat Ribbon Sculpture? Me too! Make sure to stop by The Ribbon Retreat to get all of your Halloween crafty supplies AND all of the ribbon you can imagine to make a whole colony of these friendly little bats! The Ribbon Retreat has the funnest and most festive ribbon around! It’s not too late to get all of your Halloween supplies for your last minute costume, home decor, and hair accessory crafting! Find our one stop crafty shop HERE!

Video tutorials are my favorite, and The Ribbon Retreat has some of the best around. You can learn how to create gorgeous and professional looking hair bows, hair accessories, home decor, tutus, and other fabulous projects by simply viewing our amazing video tutorials on our awesome YouTube Channel. We have almost 120 videos just for you that are prefect for the crafty beginner all the way up to the professional crafter! And the best part…we add a brand new video with an incredible project each week! Yep, each week we add another fabulous video just for you to our lineup! Make sure to stop by and see all of our videos HERE!

Here are a few of my favorite videos you will find on our YouTube Channel…

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Felt Bow Tie Hair Bow, YouTube Thursday - The Ribbon Retreat Blog

How to Make A Turkey Ribbon Sculpture, YouTube Thursday - The Ribbon Retreat Blog
Happy Creating & Happy Video Tutorials!
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