The kids will love your Silly Spider Web Halloween Wreath. Because we are all afraid of spiders and Halloween seems to inspire spider decor, I decided to make a Spider Web Halloween Wreath that is afraid of spiders!
This Silly Spider Halloween Wreath comes with a little story. There has to be a story behind why a spider web is afraid of spiders, right!
THE SILLY SPIDER WEB WHO IS AFRAID OF SPIDERS
Silly Spider Web is afraid of spiders. He wasn’t created by a spider like most webs are. He isn’t even made of silk. No sir. Silly Spider Web is made of cotton, just plain old cotton, nothing fancy. No spandex added, no blended polyester, just plain old cotton.
He likes to feel the breeze blowing through his fibers. It makes him smile. He never ever enjoys having creepy crawly things climbing on him and most of all not spiders. They always think they can stay too long and they keep trying to catch bugs on him. He is so afraid one of them is going to crawl into his open mouth one day. He tries to give them the evil eye but they just crawl up between his eyes and hide on his head until they give up and go away when they realize bugs don’t go there. The bugs are all afraid of his big eyes.
HOW TO MAKE A SILLY SPIDER WEB HALLOWEEN WREATH
- (1) Wire Wreath form (Dollar Tree)
- Scrap black fabric cut into long strips (about 1/2 yard)
- 1 pair of large Googly eyes (Dollar Tree)
- 1 Fake plastic spider, preferably orange (Dollar Tree)
- (1) White cotton fake spider web (Dollar Tree)
- (2) 12″ strips of Halloween colors Wire Mesh (Dollar Tree)
- 1 black chenille stick
- e6000 Glue
If you enjoy crafting and creating, you know we tend to make it up as we go along and that is exactly what I did with this Halloween wreath. Follow my creation process in the video and see how cheap and easy he is to make. I only have about $5 invested in this cute fella.
Originally I intended to put this cute little Spider Web Halloween Wreath on the front door but he is so fun I decided to create a Halloween vignette in the foyer.
All of those Dum Dum suckers in that bowl will be long gone before Halloween night.
Stop by and get more creative Dollar Store Halloween project ideas from my friends and co-hosts for this month’s Dollar Store blog hop:
Because we all love crafting, we’ll be back the 3rd Friday of October with Thanksgiving ideas created using Dollar Store items! Go here to see all of the August Fall Decor creations including my Rustic Fall Centerpiece.
Click the links below to see the other fall inspired DIY’s for amazing fall Dollar Store DIY’s!