Approximate Time: 15 minutes without drying time
Fold your chenille stem in half evenly and cut. Repeat with other stem. Take the four stem halves and fold *them* into half evenly. Cut the stems. You should now have 8, small, even, orange stems. Make a small loop at the end of each orange stem, as shown in the "Step 2" picture. This is the spider's "foot" at the end of each "leg".
he foot should go flat against the floor, with the leg arching up, then back down to slip under the spider's body. Use some craft glue to secure the legs to the spider's body. Place four legs on each side, coming from, under the spider, as shown in the "Step 3" picture.T
Glue googly eyes to black bead. Glue the head to front of body, as shown in the finished project picture. Let glue dry.
Fill your dish with candy or other goodies and set out for guests.
By Aysha from Boise, Idaho
Halloween Spider Crafts
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What a cute idea. This would be cute to give the grandkids treats in. Then they could use if afterwards to keep other treats or goodies in. Also good project fot cub scouts or brownies. Thanks
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