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Here is a cute way to dress up your house or classroom for Halloween. I think a fun way to use these would be to place painted chipboard letters that spell bat in the pocket. Take the two half circles left and place them on top of each other. The other hat is sitting on a snow globe of NYC we have out year round.

Depending how big you make these and how heavy your paper is you could think of some fun classroom uses for the bats or fill them with a little treat. The pumpkin picture is an old Halloween card Lu got her first Halloween - I framed it.

If you made 7 or more you could use them as a count down to Halloween. The sign above I did not make I got it in Peddlers Village (Doylestown, PA - I think.)I linked this post up to Amy's Monthly Round Robin over at Keeping Up with the Schultz Family.

If you think of a fun way to use them let me know... You can link up a project or just check out the other projects linked at Keeping Up with the Schultz Family.

And as always send me your pictures or link so we can see what you've done!

I made a smaller one and used it to cover a lollipop! Lay in front of you with round end on bottom and flat end on top.

Instead of glue I just taped it on the back to make it easier to unwrap..

The silver ball -- the hat with the purple bow is sitting on -- is a paper mache balloon Lu made using silver tissue paper.

Just a parting shot of how we used the witches hats as decoration.

These example sentences are selected automatically from various online news sources to reflect current usage of the word 'fruitcake.' Views expressed in the examples do not represent the opinion of Merriam-Webster or its editors.