Halloween is one of my favorite holidays of the year. I love coming up with new ideas to entertain the neighborhood kids. Because I want to be that house they remember to stop by every year, that's why!
This Halloween, I'm making a few a giant spider webs that glow in the dark! How awesome is that? This is a one of a kind DIY project you and your kids will love.
You will need:
- About 100 feet of cotton twine
- Command Mini Adhesive Hooks
- Glow in the Dark paint
- Glow in the dark spiders
- plastic cup
1. Cut 9 of 4 feet twine. This will be the base of the web.
2. Line up the 9 strings of twine and tie a knot at the very end. Trim off the excess twine.
3. Spread each ends of the 9 strings and tie a knot every 1 inch starting from the big knot outward. These knots will hold the web connections in place.
4. After all 9 strings are knotted, spread the strings out and tie them to a Command Mini Hook. The hooks are attached to the wall. It should look like a giant asterisk.
5. Starting from the center, loop a twine around each of the knots going in a spiral pattern around the web. Stop when the web grows half the size.
6. Pour glow in the dark paint into a plastic cup. Hold the plastic cup near a light to activate the glowing agent for 20 minutes.
7. Use the brush to paint the web.
8. Add the glow-in-the-dark spiders into the web.
9. Turn off the light and watch the web glow.