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35 Creepy Spider Craft Ideas

Updated on September 28, 2016
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Spiders have always given me the creeps. So, remembering that these are Halloween spiders, and not the real thing, I set aside my goofy fears to search for great, spooky spider crafts for this article. I was surprised, and pleased, to see so many different spider projects available. In this article I've done the time consuming search for spider crafts for you.

You'll find pictures and the site name of different spider projects, plus when you click on the name of the project's site, you'll be taken directly to the instructions page for that particular spider craft.

To make the spider craft, shown above, go to Fete Gazette. for the instructions.

35 Creepy Spider Craft Ideas

1. Spider Pinata
13. Egg Carton Spider
25. Chenille Strips Spider
2. Mason Jar Spider
14. Paper Cup Spiders
26. Tabletop Tree Spider
3. Gel Spiders
15. Pom Pom Spider
27. Long Legged Spider
4. Halloween Spider Countdown
16. Spider Lollipop Treat
28. Spider Ring
5. Spooky Spiders
17. Jar Lid Spiders
29. Dangling Spider
6. I Dare You: Listen to This
18. Spider Pumpkin
30. Spooky Spider
7. Spider Suckers
19. Spider Framed
31. Scary Spider
8. Spider Pocket Candy Holder
20. Black Spider
32. Silly Spider
9. Balloon Spider Decoration
21. Hanging Photo Spider
33. Fuzzy Friendly Halloween Spider
10. Incy Wincy Spider
22. Jingle Bells Spider
34. Furry Halloween Spider
11. Pine Cone Spider
23. Paper Plate Spider
35. Window Spider Web
12. Creepy Halloween Coasters
24. Egg Carton Spider
 

1. Spider Pinata

Having a Halloween party? How about making a spider pinata to entertain the kids? You'll be able to easily make this spider pinata by following the tutorial found at homelife.


2. Mason Jar Spider

These littler mason jar spiders would be perfect as favors or place card holders for a Halloween party. They are very easy to make, just follow the instructions given at MASON JAR LOVE.

3. Gel Spiders

Imagine all the places you can put these gel spiders. The surface just has to be shiny to hold the gel spiders. So use them on windows, mirrors, glass vases, etc. You'll find the easy to follow instructions for making gel spiders at Milk and Cuddles.


4. Halloween Spider Countdown

When the kids are anxiously waiting for Halloween to come, and you're tired of explaining how many days are left til the big day, consider making this spider countdown project. Find the tutorial for the web and spiders at Cutesy Crafts.

5. Spooky Spiders

Not only do I love the looks of these spiders, with their big feet, but I also like the idea of decorating with purple, green and yellow balloons. Find the instructions for making these spooky spiders at Better Homes and Gardens .

6. I Dare You: Listen to This

7. Spider Suckers

There is also a video in this article that shows how to make these spider suckers, but maybe you'd rather just read the instructions. You'll find the tutorial at the iheartnaptime site.

8. Spider Pocket Candy Holder

Paper plates are a great craft supply when you want to make decorations, or a candy holder, like the one shown here. Find the instructions at The Ramblings of a Crazy Woman and then help the kids make their own paper plate pocket candy holder.

9. Balloon Spider Decoration

Can you imagine this huge spider hanging at your ceiling? No Halloween party should be without at least one of these. You can find the instructions for this balloon spider at Family Crafts.

10. Incy Wincy Spider

Looks like this little incy wincy spider will actually climb. This will be an exciting craft project to do with the little ones. They will so love this spider! If you go to the My Little 3 and Me site, you find the instructions for making the Incy Wincy Spider.

11. Pine Cone Spider

I have to admit that this is the first time I've seen a spider made using a pine cone. Pretty darn cute too. When you visit the Fireflies + Mudpies you'll also find the directions for making a pine cone spider. Look at all those google eyes!!

12. Creepy Halloween Coasters

To make some really creepy looking Halloween coasters, just go to the CRAFT KLATCH site to find the tutorial. These are very attractive looking coasters, and so very useful also.

13. Egg Carton Spider

This is a "toddler friendly" version of the classic egg carton Halloween craft for kids. Find the directions at the Craft Elf site.

14. Paper Cup Spiders

These little guys are hardly scary at all, but they are exceptionally cute. For the instructions, go to craftown.com.


15. Pom Pom Spider

For a creepy crawly spider decoration that is fun and easy to make using yarn and pipe cleaners, go to Craft Elf.

16. Spider Lollipop Treat

17. Jar Lid Spiders

Making jar lid spiders is another very imaginative use for old jar lids. Go to the 30 minute crafts for the instructions. These are so inexpensive to make, so they are perfect for decorating.

18. Spider Pumpkin

Be sure to stock up on the foam pumpkins after the Halloween season this year so you'll have lots of them to craft with. To make the cute spider pumpkin shown here, go to HERE COMES THE girls for the tutorial.

19. Spider Framed

Sometimes I run across a craft idea that surprises me with it's simplicity and attractiveness. To make a spider picture like this one, go to EAST COAST MOMMY to find the instructions.

20. Black Spider

This MARTHA STEWART black spider is huge and also a bit more involved labor-wise than most spider crafts, but look how great it is.

21. Hanging Photo Spider

Try this fun, family Halloween craft in the classroom or at a Halloween party. For directions on how to do this spider craft, go to HALLOWEEN KIDZ.

22. Jingle Bells Spider

This beautiful, classy Halloween decoration gives an elegant look to the spider. Go to CRAFTS-FOR-ALL-SEASONS for the instructions.

23. Paper Plate Spider

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spider-crafts-paper-plate-spider

Even the littlest goblin can make this cheerful spider. You'll find the project at Activity village.

24. Egg Carton Spider

The kids will love making unique faces on their egg carton spiders. Then you can stand them or hang them for Halloween. Go to mamas like me for the directions.

25. Chenille Strips Spider

Make a spooky spider just using chenille strips and google eyes. You can find the instructions for this craft at KIDS CRAFTS MADE EASY.

26. Tabletop Tree Spider

This is a beautiful ornament that could be used not only for Halloween, but also on the Christmas tree. Go to MARTHA STEWART for the directions.

27. Long Legged Spider

I doubt that this spider will go unnoticed with his long legs. You'll find the directions on how to make this long legged spider at Crafts ‘n Coffee.

28. Spider Ring

CRAFTS BY Amanda has the instructions for making this cute little spider ring.

29. Dangling Spider

This little spider wanted to be in films, so he's made out of a film canister. A recycling crafts brought to you by Highlights kids Crafts,

30. Spooky Spider

You have to scan down the page a little at KIDS CRAFTS MADE EASY and you'll find the directions for this spooky spider.

31. Scary Spider

This Halloween make your own spider decorations. Or use them for a Spiderman party! Go to Games Crafts Coloring for the directions.

32. Silly Spider

Make a bunch of these spiders for your Halloween party or to decorate the classroom. Find out how to make them by finding the instructions at TLC.

33. Fuzzy Friendly Halloween Spider

This spider will make you smile, not shriek, this Halloween. A cute decoration for the Halloween party that you can find the instructions for at Better Homes and Gardens.

34. Furry Halloween Spider

You'll enjoy making this little spider with black fun fur yarn. Find the directions at the Sugar Bee crafts site.

35. Window Spider Web

I'm really interested in doing this craft because I think it's a perfect decoration for the windows at home or in the classroom. Very easy to do and easy to remove. Go to Family Crafts for the easy instructions.

© 2012 Loraine Brummer

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      Hannah Writes 4 years ago

      I do not scream when I see a spider! Terrific crafts for kids!

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