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A Roundup of 6 Halloween Spider Crafts

Submitted by on October 15, 2013 – 6:58 amNo Comment

Decorate for Halloween with Spiders

Decorating for Halloween with Spider Crafts and Recipes

 

Check out these fun ideas for creating your own spider decorations.

1. I loved this giant spider made from a milk jug and pipe insulation! Such fun. Would be perfect on the window or on a fence.
http://spoonful.com/crafts/spooky-spider

2. These simple Styrofoam spider crafts are easy to make for any age kids. Make a whole bunch and use them as a table decoration or as a cake topper!

http://www.activities-for-kids.net/easy-halloween-crafts.html

3. This article is full of ideas for decorating your home for Halloween but I especially loved the spidery window hanging and the tablecloth.

http://luxedb.com/inspiring-ideas-for-halloween-decorations/

4. Love, love, love these cupcakes decorated with webs and spiders. What a cute idea to grace any Halloween dessert table.

http://www.bettycrocker.com/recipes/scary-spiderweb-cupcakes/b1aadd00-1abb-48cd-9d45-b443fcc89ca1

5. This spooky spider craft in black and orange would be great for a table decoration or make a bunch and hang them from a tree outside. I love these simple crafts that are fast, inexpensive, kids of all ages can make and they still look adorable!

http://cdn.sheknows.com/articles/sea-spiders-craft-Halloween-photo-R-CL-0049%281%29.jpg

6. No Halloween party would be complete without party favors! These spider lollipops are the perfect way to round out any Halloween event.

http://www.craftfullymade.com/tag/for-kids/

Do you have any special decorations you’d like to share? Leave us comment below!

 

 

 

 

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