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Friday, October 13, 2017

Popsicle Stick PomPom Spider Craft

We are in Halloween craft mode over here; two spider posts in a row! Earlier this week it was a spider treat and today it's a simple spider craft. These would be fun to hang with fishing wire, just about anywhere, to give a creepy (yet cute) vibe. :)




Here's what you'll need to make your own:

Materials:


4 Popsicle Sticks
Black Paint & Brush
2 Googly Eyes
PomPom
White Glue


Step 1: Paint Popsicle Sticks 


Here's a tip: Paint everywhere except where you're holding, to save your fingers. Let it dry, then come back and paint the unpainted spot.

Another Tip: Set your painted sticks on tinfoil to dry (not newspaper or you'll get paper stuck to them!)


Step 2: Glue Sticks Together


Space the sticks out as you like and glue them on top of each other. 


Step 3: Add PomPom


Glue the PomPom on the middle of the sticks


 Step 4: Add Eyes


Glue the googly eyes onto the PomPom and you're finished!



My kids are already coming up with more colourful, rainbow versions of these! :) That's what happens when you keep the craft supplies out and available for your little creatives. ;)




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37 comments:

  1. This looks like a fun and cute craft. I bet my youngest would love to make thee for Halloween

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    1. Thank you! :) It was nice and easy but she loved doing it. That's the way to do it if you ask me! ;)

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  2. So cute. My girls will love these!! I would love for you to stop by diyhshp.blogspot.com and link this up to my More the Merrier link party.

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  3. Oh fun! What a great and easy craft to do with the kids for Halloween. I'll grab some of these items from the $ store today.

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  4. Thanks for this tutorial! It's so simple and fun.

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  5. This will be perfect for my church kids, too!

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    1. Oh fun! :) My daughter is thinking she'll give them to the kids in her Sunday School class :)

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  6. This will be perfect for my church kids, too!

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  7. This looks so easy and so cute with those googly eyes!

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  8. This is super easy for my kids to do and looks like a lot of fun!

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  9. Now I am afraid of spiders but these would be acceptable they are so cute :-)

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  10. Debbie White BeattieOctober 27, 2017 at 2:26 AM

    OMG These spiders are another great craft that the little ones will love to make. The best part are the big google eyes just like real bugs lol

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  11. Great for the young grand children to make, easy and cute.

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  12. very nice project for the kids

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  13. These are really cute... maybe next Halloween we'll make some

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  14. This craft is terrific. It is super easy, but also super cute.
    I have passed it on to my neighbor who is the President of our local Co-Op preschool.

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  15. These are fun and simple enough not to get frustrating.

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  16. This is so adorable! and I love that it doesn't take many items or time to do! some crafts get so complicated and there are so many products you need to buy. Quick and easy is key :)

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  17. Another excellent and simple craft idea. I love the pink and black combo!

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  18. Such a cute simple craft! Thank you.

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  19. I really like how easy & cute all the crafts you post!
    Thx

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  20. Children would love making these and they seem easy enough for young ones to accomplish the task quite easily.

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  21. Well these are beyond adorable! Will have to remember for next year!

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  22. These are really cute and pretty easy for the young ones to make too!!

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  23. Cute idea,bookmarked for next Halloween :).Thanks!

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  24. Oh I'm going to pin this for next year!

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  25. when my girls were little we always set time every few times a month to do crafts we enjoyed it so much

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  26. Very cute and easy for little hands.

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~Heather Lynne

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