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Fun Eyeball Bats Craft

Written by: | Published: October 18, 2016 | Updated: August 13, 2023

Looking for a quick Halloween craft that includes a little glowing fun? These Fun Eyeball Bats Craft are the perfect Halloween project! You just need a few supplies and a package of glow sticks to make this cute craft. You can hang these bats to display, stick them to the wall or decorate for your Halloween party.


Fun Eyeball Bats

These glowing eyeball bats will definitely be a fun addition to your Halloween decor this year! This is also an easy class party project the kids can make in about 5-10 minutes.


  • Eyeball Printable
  • Mason jar lid rings
  • Glow stick bracelets (they usually come in packages of 10 at the Dollar Store)
  • Black cardstock
  • Scissors
  • Oil – I use vegetable oil, but coconut, corn or a light olive oil would work great too.
  • Paper towels


  1. Follow the instructions to make my Glowing Eyeballs and set the eyeballs aside.
  2. Cut out 2 bat wings from the black paper. I find it is easiest to cut two wings at once so they are identical. You can also use the free bat template from my mini bat clip project to help you out with the bat wing shape.

Quick and easy Halloween project, right? You could also use these fun eyeballs to add some glowing goodness to monster decor, vampires, witches and even a skeleton or two. I’d love to see what YOU create.

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