1 X Halloween Yard Decoration Scary Hanging Bats
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- Durable and weatherproof black corrugated plastic shaped bats
- Two Holes in each bat for easy installation to hang from anywhere
- Includes bat eye stickers to place on cut bats
- Die cut from a black sheet of corrugated plastic SHAPES ARE FLAT NOT 3-D Hanging method NOT included
- Great Halloween Yard Decorations
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This Halloween yard decoration is cut from black corrugated plastic this allows both sides and edges to be completely black. Set also includes a variety set of eyes. The eyes are vinyl stickers that can be applied by you. Bat measurements: approximately Largest bats: W16"x5.5"H, Second Largest: W12"x4"H, Smallest: W9"x3"H (You provide the material to hang with)
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I was guessing the ends of the string that come with a metal piece somehow thread through a punched hole through the bats and then the metal piece would keep it from coming back through the hole.. but that's not the case. I ended up having to tie them in knots individually...then the white plastic 'things' that the string is wound to was another thing to tackle...I had no clue how to affix them to the tree limbs...it's got a shallow hook that you couldn't use to hook onto a limb...and several other features to it that I had no clue what to do with. And I'm an engineer. I had to jerry rig the plastic things in the tree. So finally, after way too long, I finished and they looked good. But everyday, when the wind blew, my bats would be stuck in the tree or tangled up together and I had to untangle them...everyday. I recommend the manufacturer to find some other way of hanging these things because they are cute (and add instructions to the package) and make sure they are hung far apart so they don't tangle in each other.