So, I was itching to make something spooky for the BEST
holiday ever.... after Christmas of-course.
Projects with it just keep floating in and out of my mind.
Wreath form of your choice
Glue gun and glue sticks
Double stick tape
Divine Twine you WILL need a full roll.
And a few items from you craft stash to make your wreath special.
Start out by placing a strip of tape on the form.
Begin wrapping, tightly neatness counts. ;)
Wrapping takes some time......... it was the longest. part. of. this. entire. project.
Now the webbing begins.
Start by tying a piece of twine around the form.
Secure each knot with a little glue to help keep them taut.
DO this right after each knot.
Now bring twine across to other side of wreathe.
Attaching with a knot and some more hot glue.
Keep doing this until you like the number of cross pieces you have created.
I varied the spacing of the twine to create a more realistic look.
Now for the spiraling pieces. Using a continues
piece of twine wrap cross pieces to create that
swirl found in a web. This is a little tricky.
When you have achieved your desired effect
tie twine and cut off excess.
Now for the really fun part.... giving my little
pet a place to call home. ;) A bouquet of glittery
black roses for my spider Hugo to hide in.
I love this project and loved working with
Look at the pattern the twine makes.....cool.
Simple and spooky.
Simply spooky..... ;)
This craft is linked up to Today's Creative Blog.