Last updated on September 8th, 2017 at 08:33 pm
Want to add a touch of the spooky to your Halloween decor? Try one of these spider web crafts and DIYs!
Okay, where did this year go? We are already in October and I am so excited for fall and Halloween (I am always over summer before the heat even starts)! Today I’m rounding up my favorite spooky spider web crafts and DIYs. Each one is perfect for adding a touch of the macabre to your house for Halloween!
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Spooky Spider Web Crafts
My favorite spider web craft I’ve done is making these Embroidery Hoop Spider Webs with pipe cleaner spiders.
Or use your Cricut to cut these cute spider web pinwheels I designed!
Instead of using yarn, Life PreKARIous uses jute twine to get a more rustic look for her giant hula hoop spider web.
I love how Twelve on Main has somehow made webs elegant and rustic with her framed spider webs. A fun DIY if you aren’t into the “creepy” factor as much.
If you aren’t good with yarn, try wire! It’s a forgiving medium — just bend differently if you don’t like what you’ve done. These wire spider webs with the curlicues at the end from The Seaman Mom are so cute!
There are not many instances when I’d be happy to see spider webs on my couch, but I’d make an exception for this adorable spider web doily pillow from Crap I’ve Made!
If you want to get your kids in on the web weaving these popsicle stick and yarn spider webs from The Crafting Chicks are too cute.
Fast Forward Fun wanted Halloween decorations on a budget, so she made some giant spider webs out of trash bags! So clever, and a great way to make a big impact without the big bucks.
Similarly, Mom.me uses craft paper to make giant spider webs, and also makes pom pom spiders, which I am absolutely in love with! Another DIY on the cheap.
If you’re not a fan of carving pumpkins, or want your pumpkins to last longer than a few days, Woman’s Day has a cute tutorial for spider web covered pumpkins — easy and super adorable.
K’s Craft Shack uses, of all things, hot glue to make a 3-D spider web vase! This is such a cool idea — I can’t wait to see how I can apply it to other crafts.
Another fun craft using glue (craft glue) are these glittery glue spider webs from Centsational Girl. She hung them on her bookshelf — Halloween perfection!
Do you have a fun spider web craft? Leave me a link in the comments and I’ll consider adding it to the post!