How to Make a Spider Web { A Simple Halloween Wreath }

Today I am so excited to show you how to make something that is so incredibly easy, you could make it with your kids!  

We are going to learn…

how to make a giant spider web!

I love a good  Halloween craft that your kids can help you make and it still looks like a million bucks!   A sweet combo for the holidays and it really gets everyone pumped up about Halloween! 

When I saw a similar wreath in  a Better Homes and Gardens magazine, I knew that we could make one for ourselves!  Of course, now I can’t find the picture, but I did buy the exact fabric they used at Hobby Lobby! 
Let’s get started!!

Spider Web Embroidery Hoop Wreath


24 ” Embroidery Hoop
1 Yard of Spider Web Fabric
Ribbon for the Bow
Black Spray Paint

Spray paint your embroidery hoop black and let dry.  Then, you will lay the fabric over the inner part of the embroidery hoop and place the larger hoop over and tighten.  

Now you simply add your spiders { the girls decided they wanted orange glittered spiders instead of the black fuzzy guy! } and a bow to cover the hoop hardware.  I attached the spiders with a thumbtack since the spiders had styrofoam bellies.  That is it!  Super, super easy and super cute!  

Now you know how to make a spider web!

This is part of the black and white Halloween entryway I will  be showing you in a few days!  I hope you will like it! 

If you love embroidery hoops as much as I do, you might also like our monogrammed hoop wall art.  It would make a sweet Christmas gift!  



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Trish Flake

Author/Co-Owner at Uncommon Designs
Hey y'all! I am Trish and one half of the creative team at Uncommon Designs. I adore party planning, holiday celebrations, and all things crafty! I am so excited to share my creative adventures with you!

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