To start off this post, I want to make sure you all know that this Spider Web Wreath is beyond simple to make so do not be dismayed. Double, double toil and trouble; Fire burn, and cauldron bubble. Welcome the children with treats & a Spider Web Wreath.
This has truly been one of my cheapest and simplest Halloween DIY projects I have made. I grabbed all my stuff at different dollar stores and other things I already had around the house. I provided links below to order them online in case you don't have some of the materials for your incredibly spooky Spider Web Wreath.
Spider Web Wreath
Double, double toil and trouble; Fire burn, and cauldron bubble. Welcome the children with treats & a Spider Web Wreath.
Prep time: 10 mins
Work time: 30 mins
Total time: 40 mins
Makes: 1 wreath
Plug in your hot glue gun.
Crumble up a ton of coffee filters.
Cut eleven 4" pieces of black ribbon. Fold all your black ribbon strips halfway. Set aside.
Glue coffee filters to wreath base until fully covered.
Insert the toilet paper tube in the center of the wreath. If needed, add glue to properly adhere. Fill with cotton balls leaving space at the top of the tube.
Glue the black ribbon strips to the top of the tube. Glue one last cotton ball fitting flush in the tube. Glue plastic spider on top.
If desired, open Word and type in “Boo!” using any of your favorite free chalkboard lettering fonts. Set the font color to white with a black highlighted background and 72 pt in size. Print out. Allow to dry. Cut out.
Once your “Boo!” cutout is dry, add a dab or two of mod podge onto a paper plate. Using your foam brush, apply mod podge to the back of the cutout. Allow to dry for 2-3 minutes. Apply mod podge to the front of the cutout. Allow to dry for 2-3 mins.
Glue “Boo!” cutout to the front of the wreath. After adhering, dab some more mod podge onto the front of the cutout in order to securely prevent from water exposure or corrosion.
Cut a piece of ribbon to desired length based on where you are hanging it. Fold halfway and adhere to the back of the wreath with hot glue. Allow to dry.
Hang wherever desired for a spooky vibe!