This simple craft will delight the Halloween lover. This peculiar holiday has not penetrated into our culture, but crafts depicting bats, Jack's pumpkin head and other "heroes" can perfectly entertain children and adults.
For such a craft, you will need a paper cup, black paint (any with which you can paint your existing glass), a black thread about 20-50 cm long (cotton or woolen), scissors, glue, black and white craft paper, eyes for glue-based toys.
Helpful Hint: If you don't have black paper for making bat wings and ears, paint your regular printer paper with a black felt-tip pen, marker, or black watercolor. You can also print a black square of a suitable size on the printer.
1. Paint the paper cup black.
2. Use a thick needle to thread the thread through the bottom of the glass and tie the thread so that the knot is inside.
3. Cut out the wings of a bat out of black paper and glue them on the sides of the cup, bending the edge by 3-5 mm.
4. Where the muzzle should be, glue the mouth and fangs from white paper, triangular ears from black, as well as ready-made eyes.
The bat is ready! Put on some of these toys and hang them in your garden or home to scare guests. By the way, if you want to make it more naturalistic, stick on the fangs "drops of blood" from the red teardrop-shaped stasis (such rhinestones are sold in most stores offering goods for self-jewelry).