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Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Spiderific Halloween Wreath!


I am always in a crafty mood, but when it comes to Halloween, I get overly excited to create more crafts. I love door wreaths, they look so good and can be made for any occasion. So, why not make a spooky Halloween wreath. Wouldn't that be fun? Now, lets begin making our Spiderific Halloween Wreath.

Supplies used and needed for the Halloween Wreath:
Grapevine wreath
Black Tulle or ribbon (which ever you like)
Plastic Spiders-Black, Purple and White (or your own colors)
Glue Gun (Adult use this only)
Black or Spray paint (to be safe use spray paint outside)
Spider web

We went out side to paint our wreath black. In order for my daughter to participate in this project I ended up using regular black paint instead of the spray paint, since she loves to paint. Sophia had so much fun painting the wreath. Then it was time to dry off.  
Once the wreath is completely dry, I started to tie the black tulle ribbon at the button of the wreath.  I reached for my spider webbing and wrapped it around the wreath to fully cover it. Now it is starting took a little scary right, LOL. Then you are ready to place the spiders on the wreath. Sophia loved the glittery purple spiders we found at the craft store. They really look good. This is the part where I take over, since I will be using the Hot Glue to attach the spiders onto the wreath. You can arrange them anywhere you like or even use little plastic skeletons. Now, tie the remaining tulle on top of the wreath to hang it from.  Take a second look to make sure everything looks the way you like it. If it looks great then it is time to hang your lovely Spiderific Halloween Wreath on your door. Voila! You are done!  

Sincerely,

Show Me Mama
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22 thoughtful responses:

CNM said...

Cool wreath! I made a spider wreath too! Gotta love those sparkly spiders!

http://lessonsofanewlywed.blogspot.com/2010/10/lesson-113-halloween-wreath.html

Jessi said...

That is so cute...what a neat idea!

Stacy said...

That is so cute and so creative! I love it!

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SoMo Mom said...

Super cool! I was thinking I needed something "scary" instead of "cute" for the front door to match my zombie decor. I think I'll try it out!

Domestic Goddess Mommy said...

Thanks for following me! I'm following back. I must get a hot glue gun!! I love this wreath and think I'll try it with my girls tomorrow!

Kim - A Creative Spirit said...

So cute and OH so easy.Thanks for tutorial....

Melissa said...

How neat! Love it, thanks for sharing! Following you from Bloggy Moms...love your blog! :-)

Melissa
http://thechroniclesofarookiemom.blogspot.com/

Nichol said...

Oh how cool! This wreath is amazing and sounds simple enough for me:)

Wendy Walker Cushing said...

Nice to meet you and thanks for following my new blog too at www.Wendyshat.blogspot.com Your wreath is great! My kids love that spider web stuff and I seem to find it on bushes outside many months after Halloween is over!

livingoutloud said...

Love the purple spiders!
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Purple Froggie Clay Stuff said...

Great wreath!

I'm a new follower, hope you consider following me back
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I always follow back!

emilyc @ Sew Super Sweet said...

Such a cute wreath!

Thanks for stopping by Sew Super Sweet, I appreciate the visit! Look forward to checking out the rest of your site!

southernscraps said...

Awesome wreath. Thanks for visiting and following my blog!

Lara said...

That's came out awesome! Thanks for sharing!

Victoria's Voice said...

This is just too cool! I have to make this for Halloween this year. Thank you for sharing.

I am following through Follow Friday Blog Hop. I hope you have an excellent weekend!

Vickie
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Stephanie said...

Thanks for visiting Does This Baby Make Me Look Fat!

I'm now following you!! Thanks!

AirForceWife and Mommy of Two said...

very creative. I wanted to stop by and thank you for the follow. I am now following you back :)

Show Me Mama said...

Thanks everyone! It was fun making the wreath and since I LOVE crafts, why not make a Halloween Wreath. Can't you tell? LOL

Jackie H. said...

Cute! My son saw some similar spiderwebs in the grocery store and was very intrigued. I may have to try this wreath too! I'm following back. Thank you for visiting my blog.
Jackie
www.readysetread2me.blogspot.com

Life with the Lebedas said...

I love it!! Your so creative! You should so link this up to my Craftify It Thursday Post!

Thanks for participating in Mommy Madness! Have a great weekend.

Jennifer @ Life with the Lebedas

Kentucky Frugalista said...

I really like that! Thank you so much for the follow. I am now following you as well and looking forward to review and craft updates.

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