Get your spooky on with a spiderweb frame! It’s a quick Halloween project that will get you ready for ghosts and goblins!
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Hot glue gun and glue
Black paint (optional)
Make your spiderweb frame
- Check your empty frame for hardware that might show other than hangers. Remove anything that will show from the front.
- If your frame isn’t black (or the color you want), paint frame.
- Attach yarn to back of frame using thumbtacks and/or hot glue. Zigzag around the frame, spacing the yarn to create a web.
Wood frames (easiest): Thumbtacks work great on wood frames with the yarn looped around them. Add a little hot glue to secure.
Plastic frames: Attach end of yarn with a blob of hot glue. Let the glue cool, then stretch across frame and attach with another blog of glue. Let cool. Continue until you’re happy with the web. Be sure the glue isn’t hot enough to melt frame!
- Once the glue is completely cool, check to be sure the yarn is taut and not too loose. If needed. pull loose strings to the side and add more glue to hold it tight.
- If your frame doesn’t already have a hanger, add one.
- Attach your spider.
- Hang and enjoy!
Share your spiderweb frame photos in the comments below!