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Wednesday, October 11, 2017

DIY Spider Pops Video Tutorial

Katrina woke up sick on Thanksgiving morning so she (& Ken) missed our extended family Thanksgiving dinner. She stayed home from school yesterday to finish recovering even though she was feeling a lot better than she was on Monday. We decided to break up the relaxing on the couch & watching My Little Pony routine with a little Fall crafting.


We gathered our supplies and grabbed some tootsie pops to make these cute (and super simple) Halloween themed treats.


Supplies Needed Per Spider Pop:


1 Tootsie Pop
4 Pipe Cleaners
2 Googly Eyes
White Glue

Happy to see this girl smiling after a sad day of "I just want to feel normal!" and missing her chance to visit with her cousins. I'm glad the sickness was short lived (even if it was poor timing)!


We decided this would be a fun craft to share on the blog, but rather than photograph the steps, it seemed like it would be easier to understand as a video. So here you are, a little one minute video tutorial that shows how to make these cute Halloween Spider Pops:


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14 comments:

  1. Oh, that is ALL kinds of awesome, wow! And such an easy tutorial too. I think Kit will love to make these for his friends. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  2. I am totally going to pin this, what a fun idea!

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  3. Simple & adorable, something even young kids can help with!! Thanks!

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  4. These spiders are super cute! What a fun craft to do with the kids, and make a fun thing to work up and share with a classroom. Pinned.
    Alexandra
    EyeLoveKnots.blogspot.com

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    1. Thank you!Yes, it would be a fun thing for classmates or students!

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  5. These are too cute! What a fun way to decorate a Halloween Table with a tasty treat for kids to take home at the end of a party.

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    1. Thank you :) That's a good idea, to use it like a party favor!

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  6. I love these! I am going to "borrow" your idea! Looks like lots of fun for Little One to do. She loves making thigs for her classmates.

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    1. Good, I'm glad! I borrowed the idea, too! :) I had seen something like this done before.

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  7. This is such a great idea for something to make for your kid's classes for Halloween, or even for family members. I'm going to show the video to my boys - I'm sure they're going to want to make this.

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