Indoor, outdoor, large and small, I have 10 Halloween spider crafts for all. In my web today are Halloween spider wreaths for your front door, glamorous glittered spiders, easy spider crafts that kids can make, and even a spider headband. For more spider crafts, don’t miss yesterday’s Halloween Duct Tape Wreath with a spider theme, and Monday’s Tarantula in a Cloche.
Summer from Summer Scraps combines strips of tulle and a glittered spider to create a Halloween Spider Wreath that’s colorful and even a tad glamorous.
Lizzie Jane’s cute, Front Door Spider lives on a web Lizzie Jane spun across her entire front door. Be sure to check out her tutorial on Lizzie Jane Baby.
This Ginormous Spider from All You magazine is really clever, and his legs are made from inexpensive foam pipe insulation.
From ginormous to these mini, Glittered Spiders inspired by a Pottery Barn catalog. Nicolette from Momnivores Dilemma figured out how to recreate the Glittered Spiders she admired in the PB catalog.
Jenn from Clean & Scentsible shares a classic technique that’s easy for kids – she wraps balls of STYROFOAM™ Brand Foam in eyelash yarn to make Furry Yarn Spiders.
In a guest post on Sugar Bee Crafts, Shatzi super-sizes the Furry Yarn Spiders and makes hers with large, 5” – 6” balls of STYROFOAM Brand Foam.
Here’s one of my favorites by Kathleen George – a Daddy Long Leg Spider perched on legs made with repurposed clothes hangers.
How about using a cone for a spider? This Jumping Spider bounces on an elastic cord.
And for the grand finale – a Spider Headband. I would love to wear this spider headband on Halloween! Laurie shares how she made it, and several other Halloween headbands, on the Fiskars site.
Did any of these creep you out? I hope not! I’ll have more Halloween craft ideas tomorrow – none of them with eight legs, I promise.