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Make Bat Wings
Angie of Little Inspiration shares how to make these DIY, no-sew bat wings.Yes, you heard that right, they are no-sew. So, now that we know those sewing machines can stay tucked away, let's make some of these adorable wings for guests to wear at a vampire party. How cool would it be for them to wear these at your event, and then wear them home as party favors?Continue to 2 of 5 below.
02 of 05
Serve Bloody Beverages
These blood type beverage bottles come from Paula Biggs of Frog Prince Paperie. They were just one of the creative items on the menu at her fabulous Vampires vs. Werewolves party. Her party was inspired by Twilight, but many of the details would suit any vampire party theme.Continue to 3 of 5 below.
03 of 05
Katherine of Katherine Marie Photography made these cute count's teeth for a fall party. Candy corn serves as the "teeth," and these packets filled with them make sweet vampire party favors. The card stock toppers could also be used as invitations -- either with or without the candy teeth bags.Continue to 4 of 5 below.
04 of 05
Vampire Bat Lanterns
Looking for easy, do-it-yourself decorations for your vampire party? Look no farther than these paper bat lanterns from Party City. Create several of these creepy-cute critters to hang around your party space, or have guests make their own as a party activity and then take them home as favors.Continue to 5 of 5 below.
05 of 05
Fangs for Coming Party Favors
Another favorite from Frog Prince Paperie's Vampires vs.Werewolves party, these "Fangs for Coming" favor boxes are the perfect parting gift for vampires to take back to their lairs. The red kisses are a clever filling for the boxes topped with vampire fangs. Simple, spooky and sweet -- everything a vampire favor should be!