Sunday, October 15, 2017

Bat Juice Jar


Halloween is my favorite time of year! I love to decorate and I love to make new decorations every year. This year one of my additions is this fun Bat Juice Jar. It looks fabulous on my window sill in the kitchen. The light coming through behind it adds just the right touch!


For this project I used the Classic Monograms - they are the perfect size for adding to projects like this. When using on fabric these simply iron on, However for this project I ran these through my mini Xyron® machine and that worked perfectly to adhere them to the glass.


Supplies:
Joy® Classic Monogram Letters
Glass Jar
Twine, paper flower, brad
felt bats, google eyes
flexible sign holder
food color

1. Mix a little food color with water to fill the jar. I tried a couple of different colors and the light green was my favorite!
2. Wrap twine around the neck of the bottle. Tie a bow with many layers of twine and attach to the neck. Adhere paper flower with brad in center to bow.
3. Adhere google eyes to the bats
4. Adhere letters and bat to front of bottle.
5. Twist flexible sign holder and adhere to back of bottle. Attach bat to the other end of sign holder.

To see more amazing projects using Joy Iron-on Embroidered Letters check our Pinterest board.


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