Make Spider Webs
Who needs to make spider webs? At our house we tend to have the real thing on display. We’re a spider-friendly household. Mostly they hide in the shadows, but on occasion we can’t help but notice and appreciate an eight-legged friend.
Shortly before Halloween in October 2012, a spider took up residence in the kitchen garden window. Not content to merely hang out in a corner like the other spiders, she set up camp inside a basket of vegetable brushes. After a few days we welcomed her to our menagerie and named her “Charlotte.” In no time at all a dozen flies found themselves ensnared in elaborate webs that were attended to each night as the rest of the household slept.
Charlotte doubled in size after we first spotted her, measuring nearly an inch from top to bottom at her peak. She was a bit shy and preferred to hang close to her safe spot inside the small willow basket. Charlotte’s webs were quite elaborate, though we failed to discover any words among them, as was the case with her namesake in the popular children’s book. It was a sad day when Charlotte left us for good. We missed seeing her and the beautiful webs she created and maintained.
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How to Make Spider Webs
You can get the same creepy Halloween spiders look for your home with fake spider webs and realistic plastic spiders. Halloween is all about spider webs, and they’re one of the easiest and most economical ways to decorate your home for the fall holiday. Stretchable spider webs are suitable for indoor or outdoor use. DIY spider webs are easy to apply, and look great on shrubs.
Create stunning spider web displays with minimal fuss. Simply stretch the spider web material on desired surfaces and accentuate with scary plastic spiders. For maximum impact, try a giant spider web. They’re easy to create from items you may already have around the house, like inexpensive clothesline cord and zip ties.
Fake Spider Webs
Twelve Pack Spider Webs and Plastic Spiders
Individually packaged stretchable spider web material is non-flammable and black light (UV) responsive. Plastic spiders measure 1.5 inches.
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Fake Spider Webs
Super Stretch Spider Web Material
Super scary spider web material is available in several sizes. When you want to make spider webs, remember that less is more. One bag will go a long way. The 16-foot long web stretches to cover 200 square feet and includes 4 creepy plastic spiders. Non-flammable webbing material is suitable for indoor or outdoor use.
Spider in Witch Hat
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Giant Spider Webs
Hairy Spiderweb with Two Giant Spiders
You’re bound to scare trick-or-treaters with this glittering, horrendously hairy spiderweb, which measures a full 90 inches in diameter. This jumbo web is the perfect creepy touch for a doorway, window, or wall. The set includes two terrifying spiders, but why not add more. Spiders measure 6.5 inches long, and color patterns will vary. The giant spiderweb pairs well with an extra set of two Sparkly Spiders.
Boo Halloween Spider Web
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Be sure to have plenty of scary spiders on hand for table decorations, party favors, and to enhance your fake spider webs. You can even hand them out to trick-or-treaters! Add a few to the candy bowl.
Boo Halloween Black Bat
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Giant Inflatable Spider Decoration
The 8-foot wide animated Airblown Spider makes a colorful addition to your Halloween decorating. The giant spider lawn decoration inflates to 3-feet tall in just seconds. Everything you need for quick and easy set-up is included–motor fan, AC adapter, lawn stakes, tethers, and complete instructions. For night time display, simply plug into any standard outlet to power the internal light. This high-quality big spider lawn decoration is made of durable weather-proof and fade-resistant nylon. Be sure to order early because inflatable Halloween decorations sell out fast.
Charlotte’s Web (2005)
Based on the Children’s Classic by E.B. White
How to Make a Large Spider Web
Materials: Clothesline, Zip Ties, Scissors, Ladder
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- 1 Make Spider Webs
- 2 Charlotte’s Web
- 3 Welcome to My Web Site
- 4 How to Make Spider Webs
- 5 Fake Spider Webs
- 6 Twelve Pack Spider Webs and Plastic Spiders
- 7 Halloween Glow House
- 8 Fake Spider Webs
- 9 Super Stretch Spider Web Material
- 10 Spider in Witch Hat
- 11 Giant Spider Webs
- 12 Hairy Spiderweb with Two Giant Spiders
- 13 Boo Halloween Spider Web
- 14 Plastic Spiders
- 15 Boo Halloween Black Bat
- 16 Giant Inflatable Spider Decoration
- 17 Charlotte’s Web (2005)
- 18 How to Make a Large Spider Web
- 19 Meet Our Kitchen Mascot
- 20 Still Looking for Halloween Costumes?
- 21 Halloween Fun Shopping