This snap lid bat magnet craft is super cute and easy to make with the kids. It’s the perfect bat craft for Halloween!
Now that the littles are back to school we are starting to focus on all things Halloween. We don’t do a lot of decorating (I save that for Christmas!!) but we sure like to celebrate with fun, festive crafts like this Bat Magnet.
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My absolute favorite kind of crafts are ones that use supplies that you can easily find around the house. I’m not a big fan of having to make multiple trips to the craft store AND using up some of my craft stash is a huge plus!
I also love using materials that we can recycle into something fun. I have a stash of old snap lids that were previously used in canning – they are perfect for so many cute projects! We have even more crafty snap lid ideas coming soon so stick around!
Be sure to check out this Frankenstein magnet craft, pumpkin magnet craft and spider craft too.
Bat Magnet Craft:
- Snap lid
- White school glue
- Googlie eyes
- Black paper
- White paper
- Black acrylic paint
- Paint brush
1: Paint the snap lip black and cut out bat parts. You will need two wings, two ears and two fangs.
2: Glue all of the bat parts to the lid. Don’t forget to stick the magnet to the back of the bat.
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Our crafting essentials for kid crafts:
- We love using these Apple Barrel Acrylic Paints to add bright color to all of our projects.
- These paint brushes are ideal for most craft surfaces and a great price!
- This art supplies kit is our favorite because it has everything we needed to get started.
- This rolling storage cart helps to keep our craft supplies organized.
We made a whole bunch of cute Halloween creatures that are now decorating our refridgerator! What would you make? Do you have any snap lid craft ideas that we should try?
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