This Halloween craft could’t get any easier. I’m sure many of you created these as a kid – I remember making them with my mom to hang from our trees.
This year, instead of using white sheets, my daughter and I went digging in my fabric drawer and she picked out some of her favorite patterns of the fabric quarters I had leftover from a project I did with my 6th graders last year. We wrapped the piece of fabric around a styrofoam ball and tied off each one with string.
To get them to hang, and look as if they are flying, I used clear thread on a needle and simply threaded it through the top of the ball.
I told you this one was easy. Easy and a great way to use up old fabric scraps!
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