Spider Web Sun Catchers


Know what’s LOTS of FUN?? Last-minute crafting for Halloween…. in your pajamas!!!!

Clara loved making these spider web sun catchers using clear contact paper, and a few items from the dollar store.

First, invite the kiddos to break up fake spider webs from the dollar store into small pieces. Clara LOVED this part — such a fun sensory experience!!

Arrange the web pieces on the sticky side of a sheet of clear contact paper.

Add color-coding label “spiders” (also from the dollar store) — I embellished these with a permanent black marker to add eyes and legs. Cover your sun catcher with another sheet of clear contact paper on top — sticky side down.

Display in a window!

Ooooo… so spooky!!

Wishing you and your family a fun-filled weekend!

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Comments

  1. Dear Valerie,

    If only all spiders were that cute. I’ve seen a few in the basement which you’d rather not hear about!

    Love,
    Mark

  2. Cute! We have been doing last-minute halloween crafts this weekend too. Such fun! :)

  3. Oh I like that one. We just spent yesterday afternoon adding tons and tons of spiderwebs to our front porch, oh and a ghost!

  4. You always have such fun, easy ideas. Love this one. I actually had a bunch of webbing leftover and was wondering what to do with it. I am tweeting this! Vicky from Mess For Less

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