Yay! It’s now an acceptable time to start planning for Halloween. Haha! I love decorating and planning parties for Halloween. Who am I kidding? I love planning parties for any holiday or event. Halloween is so fun because there are so many styles. You can be super scary and creepy, scary-cute (That’s how I would describe this style.), or cute and kid friendly. My kids love their halloween decorations scary. The creepier the better for them. I, on the other hand, like things a bit friendlier.
I’m so excited to be sharing one of my favorite holiday and party accessories with you today. Confetti Lights. If you check out any of my parties in the last year or so, you will see these lights make an appearance in just about every one. They don’t just make an appearance because I sell them, but because they really are that cute. They are now a party staple for me. There is a huge variety of colors and they look great hanging on walls, used as a centerpiece or table runner.
I put a fun twist on them for Halloween and turned them into little bats. A small addition, but man, it’s adorable.
How to Make Bat Party Lights
Supplies Needed: (affiliate links included)
- Black Confetti Lights
- Black cardstock
- Double-sided adhesive
- Scissors or a Personal Cutting Machine (Silhouette or Cricut)
- Bat wing pattern (includes .svg and .pdf version)
- Cut out the black wings and fold along dotted line.
- Adhere the wings to each side of the ball using double-sided tape
- Add the bat ball to the string of lights.
Isn’t that the easiest craft ever? It just takes a few minutes and will look great all season.
Thank you for joining me today and letting me share my favorite lights and pattern. Visit my studio blog for more fun printables and party ideas, including this bone-shaking skeleton yoga poster.
Make magic potions and have all the kids giggling with excitement. These were an absolute hit with all the neighbor kids.
This Haunted Gingerbread House party complete with candy corn bags of frosting is one of my favorites.
Here are a few more fun Halloween posts to check out on Eighteen25: