*5-6 yards ribbon
*Transparent thread or fishing line
*2″ round punch
Tip: if you tie one square knot right over left, left over right, and then the next piece the opposite way, left over right, right over left, your knots will be finished at a slightly different angle, which will make for a fuller-looking hoop when finished.
Apply a little glitter glue around the edges if you like.
I also created some mini accordion fold circles using a 1″ x 4″ strip and 1/4″ scoring lines.
Lay out your bats and circles in the way you want them to hang.
5. For the end of each string, I glued the transparent thread between two 2″ circles.
Next I glued the front and back bats together with the thread in between in the same way, alternating with the accordion circles. The circles were glued on with a 2″ circle of black card stock on the back. Repeat until you have 3 strings of decorations.
Finally, tie your strings to the embroider hoop, spacing evenly between ribbon.
That is too perfect. I love Halloween!
so cute!! I think I'll try to make one this year 🙂
I love the "Love grow tags" and the "Thankful glitter tags" for thanksgiving!! SOOOO cute! Everything is adorable!
Just Rhonda says
Oh, this is so cute! Thanks for the very-detailed tutorial. Can hardly wait to make one!
Sailing with bare feet says
This is such a cute idea!
Ooooh I love the chandelier! Spooky! Thanx for sharing!
Vanessa at Rescued Goods says
I can't wait to try this. So festive!!!
Oh, this is adorable…thanks for the inspiration!