DIY Halloween Wreath: Spooky Spider Web - Engineer Mommy
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Do you like making your own Halloween wreath? This tutorial I have today will show you how to easily make a Spooky Spider web Halloween Wreath. It’s much easier than you might think, and the result is totally impressive! There are a couple giant spiders and a cute little sign that says “Welcome to our Web.” There is a thick, white spiderweb and one giant spider weaving his web, too! Here is a look at it!

DIY Halloween Wreath: Spooky Spider Web

DIY Halloween Wreath

DIY Halloween Wreath


Pretty cool, right? Here are the instructions.

Supplies:
wire wreath form
orange mesh ribbon
hot glue
Halloween decorative garland
small piece of wood (for sign)
orange paint
white marker
scrapbook stickers
white spider web (from the craft section)
2 large spiders
white thread

Directions:
1. Wrap the wreath form with the orange mesh ribbon. Glue to secure.

DIY Halloween Wreath: Spooky Spider Web

DIY Halloween Wreath: Spooky Spider Web


2. Wrap the festive Halloween garland around the wreath.
DIY Halloween Wreath: Spooky Spider Web

DIY Halloween Wreath: Spooky Spider Web


3. Paint the wood orange.
DIY Halloween Wreath: Spooky Spider Web

DIY Halloween Wreath: Spooky Spider Web


DIY Halloween Wreath: Spooky Spider Web

DIY Halloween Wreath: Spooky Spider Web


4. Glue the spider web onto the back of the wreath in multiple spots.
DIY Halloween Wreath: Spooky Spider Web

DIY Halloween Wreath: Spooky Spider Web


This is what it looks like from the front.
DIY Halloween Wreath: Spooky Spider Web

DIY Halloween Wreath: Spooky Spider Web


5. Using a combination of stickers and a white marker, write out the message “Welcome to our web” on the sign. Adhere a spider to the sign.
DIY Halloween Wreath: Spooky Spider Web

DIY Halloween Wreath: Spooky Spider Web


6. Using some more orange ribbon, suspend the sign in the middle of the wreath.
DIY Halloween Wreath: Spooky Spider Web

DIY Halloween Wreath: Spooky Spider Web


7. Suspend another spider from the wreath with a piece of white thread.
DIY Halloween Wreath: Spooky Spider Web

DIY Halloween Wreath: Spooky Spider Web


So easy! And so festive, too!

Hope you like this project! Want to see more Halloween crafts? Check these out!

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 October 11, 2015  Posted by

28 Responses to “DIY Halloween Wreath: Spooky Spider Web”

  1. I love DIY anything but I love the spider wreath. Thanks for sharing the idea.

  2. I usually do a fall wreath that takes me all the way through Halloween and Thanksgiving, but the spider wreath is so cute that I may have to make an exception. All of the wreaths are pretty!

    • EngineerMommy

      I used to do one wreath for this whole season, too. Now, we recently moved to a new house and I can’t get enough decorating lol! :)

  3. That’s really cute. You make it look easy enough that even I could do it :-)

  4. What a fun wreath!! That huge spider make it perfect. I need to get busy and make myself some decorations. I gave all of mine to my Daughter and Grandkids.

  5. Very cute! I am always looks for DIY decorations that my boys can help me with!

  6. This spider wreath for Halloween looks super cool! Too bad we don’t really celebrate Halloween here in Estonia :(

  7. Oh that is so fun. I need to put some decorations like this outside so our house isn’t so boring for the trick-or-treaters.

    • EngineerMommy

      Yes, I want the little trick-or-treaters to know that we are celebrating Halloween and have some candy for them! :)

  8. Super fun. I made a Halloween wreath last year… with gauze. Creepy, right!?

  9. I love homemade wreaths. This one is pretty awesome, I think it would look so good on my new front door!

  10. I LOVE how wreath turned out! I’m always up for a fun DIY craft (especially ones that are holiday related.) <3

  11. looks easy to follow along! Plus you can easily convert the wreath for Christmas!

  12. How fun! I love the backing of the spider web. So great for Halloween!

  13. This looks really easy for a Halloween DIY! Fun project for the kids!

  14. Your Halloween wreath came out great! Looks like it would be easy to revamp it for Christmas or Thanksgiving too!

  15. Very cute and creative and easy, this mama needs easy or it’s not going to happen. This is doable, thanks for sharing!

  16. That’s a really cute idea! A couple of years ago I did a lot of wreaths. Since then, I’ve gotten out of it but then I’ll see an idea like this and want to start making them for every holiday again.

  17. Thank you for sharing at the Thursday Favorite Things blog hop

  18. This will look good on our front door! Great idea!

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