Whether you’re decorating the door for your own kids or your classroom students, they’re are going to squeal with joy over this silly spider Halloween door decoration! Follow the super easy steps below to make one of your own!
Silly Spider Halloween Door Decoration Supplies:
- Darice Black Rectangular Table Cloth.
- Darice 6″ Sticky Backed Eyes.
- 9 x 4 in STYROFOAM® Cone.
- 6 x 3 inch STYROFOAM® Cones.
- Black Crepe Paper Streamer.
- Darice Hercules 2 Sided Tape.
Step One. Gather supplies. Don’t forget that you’ll be cutting the styrofoam cones in half to sit flush up against the door. They eyes have their own adhesive backing so you’ll only be using the Hercules tape for the tablecloth, cones, and streamers.
Step Two. Unless you have a Styrofoam Cutter (lucky you!), use a sharp knife to cut all the cones in half. You might want to do this outside since it can get pretty messy. Careful with your fingers!
Step Three. Use strategically placed strips of the Hercules tape to attach the black tablecloth to your door. You might want to test in an inconspicuous spot first if you’re worried about the tape pulling up paint or any other finish. Adhere the eyes and teeth in their proper positions. Almost there, just need legs!
Your silly spider Halloween door decoration is good to go! So super easy, right? The only thing you really have to keep in mind is that you have enough space on both sides of the door for the legs. This would also be an awesome door decoration for any classroom or office, as well as for your home. What a fun way to welcome all the adorable little trick-or-treaters!
Be sure to come back and share your crafty Halloween door with us! Hope you have a wonderfully spooky (and silly!) Halloween!
You may also like -
Meet Vanessa Brady…a self proclaimed sleep deprived mother of two adorable boys and when she has a little time to spare, she makes things and posts about them on her craft blog, Tried & True. If she’s not cooking, sewing, gluing or making, she would probably go crazy.
Join Vanessa on her crafty adventure over at TriedandTrueBlog.com!