The best part of this do it yourself Halloween Spider Web Wreath is that it is so simple to make, and you can find last-minute supplies at several retailers! Halloween is almost here, so let’s get crafting!
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I just love fall and all the porch decor that comes along with Halloween. Each year I add a new wreath to the mix, but this year I waited until the last-minute to update my fall porch! I have my Witch Broom Wreath hanging on the door to greet trick-or-treaters, but I needed something that could sit on my farm style bench with a few pumpkins.
What you’ll need:
Fake Spider Webs
Orange Ribbon or thick Yarn
Craft Staple Gun-Optional
Tip: I bought a wreath with plastic packaging, and left the plastic on for this craft so I can change the wreath over to a Thanksgiving wreath after Halloween. One wreath, two ways!
How to make the Spider Web Wreath:
- Gather your supplies on a large work surface
- Cover wreath with a light coat of glue. I used a paint sponge to spread the glue over the wreath
- Pull your spider web into thin strips and wrap around the wreath
- Turn the wreath over and pull some web across the inside of the wreath, securing on the opposite side with craft staples
- Wrap yarn or ribbon around the wreath and secure on the back of the wreath. Add the spiders to the wreath.
Need some last-minute inspiration for the kids? Check out my round-up of Fall Bat and Witch Crafts for Kids!
And here’s an idea for a Halloween craft both kids and adults will enjoy! Plant Pot Witch Cauldron.