Lollipop Bat

Supplies

1 qty. 2” x 3” Black Cardstock for body
1 qty. 3” x 3” Black Cardstock for the wings
1 qty. 1” x 2” white Cardstock for the eyes and fangs
Marvy Uchida Shipping Tag Punch (Pink) #30028758
” Hole Punch #77178558
Mini Glue Dots #30001510
3/16” Meriken Double stick tape #30013283
Pencil for tracing
Sharp Scissors
Approx. 3” of Ribbon for bow
Fine Metallic Silver Deco Color Marker #77659383
Sharpie Fine tip black marker #91029
Red ink pen
Lollypop

Pattern1
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Directions
 

Punch out the shipping tag from the black cardstock. Place the cutting guide along the top straight edge of the tag, aligning with the side edges.
Trace along the curve and cut out to create the top of the bat’s head. Trace and pieces from cardstock according to the patterns. Use the metallic silver marker to lightly outline the tag and the wings. Use t he ” hole punch and punch a hole about ” in from the tip of the tag.
From the white cardstock, punch out 2 dots using the ’ hole punch. Use the black marker to draw in the eyes on the white dots. Position the eyes on the tag and use the glue dots to attach. Use the silver marker to draw a squiggly smile. Color the tips of the fangs with the red pen. Use glue dots and attach the fangs to the smile as on the pictured sample.
Slip the lollypop stick through the hole in the tag. Secure the tag to the lollypop with a glue dot. Use the double stick tape to attach the wings to the sides of the bat. Tie the ribbons to the lollypop stick below the bat. Tie the ribbons into a bow.

 

 

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