On Halloween, welcome trick-or-treaters in hair-raising style by turning your front porch into a bat cave. These fluttering winged critters are easy paper decorations.
Source: Martha Stewart
Thick black paper
Painters' tape or removable hooks
Print our half-bat template; then fold a piece of thick black paper down the middle, place the template on the fold, and trace. Cut out, and unfold. Use a bone folder to crease wings (and fold opposite the direction of body fold).
Poke holes in the bat for monofilament: in the tail for an upside-down bat, in the wings and head for one that's right side up. Hang from ceiling with painters' tape or removable hooks.