A wood frame with string inside to look like a spider web.

Friendly Halloween Spider Web Frame

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A wood frame with string inside to look like a spider web.

Easy and unique Halloween Craft and Decoration

 

 

Here’s a Friendly Halloween Spider Web Frame that is adorable and perfect for the door if you put it on a hanger or ribbon. 

The mantle or the table, really anywhere you want is great for this unique and easy to make craft. 

Make them as a family, gifts night-out, teen get-together or party, kids craft or family time fun. 

 




 

Friendly Halloween Spider Web Frame

Supplies:

click on the title or name to easily see the product if you’d like

Wooden frame, 8×11″ or your choice of size –  like these

Cotton String

Green paint of your choice,  HERE is an  Olive Green

Sponge brush

Decorations as desired, here are ideas:  THIS ONE or THESE

Hot glue gun

 




Instructions:

Paint the frame with the green and let it dry completely.

Friendly Halloween Spider Web Frame

Friendly Halloween Spider Web Frame

Begin with a drop of hot glue and with the string at the top of the frame.
With the string taut, now make a spoke wheel with the string, still one piece. 

Friendly Halloween Spider Web Frame

Friendly Halloween Spider Web Frame

You can see the pattern here on the back.

Then go around the spoke strings to make a web pattern.

Friendly Halloween Spider Web Frame

Friendly Halloween Spider Web Frame

Now, don’t be too worried if it’s not a perfect web.  All spider webs are unique and creative, just like yours will be!  Have fun with it and make it your own:)




Attach your embellishments with the glue gun. 

Friendly Halloween Spider Web Frame

Friendly Halloween Spider Web Frame

Now where to display this spooky spider frame – on the door or shelf? 

hhhmmm….Maybe we will have to make more!

Copyright Carrie Groneman, A Mother’s Shadow, 2014, 2018

Recognize a blessing and be a blessing today.




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6 replies
  1. Jade @ Jonesin' For Taste
    Jade @ Jonesin' For Taste says:

    I like the simplicity of the frame and how it is a craft I could totally make for my kids that would look fantastic on a mantel. Thanks for sharing with the Merry Monday Linky party and I hope that you’ll be able to make it again next week.

    Reply
  2. Adrian
    Adrian says:

    Love all things spider! Weird? Thought not:) Thanks for linking with us at the Teach Me Tuesday Linky Party! I hope you’ll have the time to party with us this week, as well.

    Reply

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