imageI have been making spider webs like this for years and years and you can too!  It’s easy and inexpensive but be careful, I don’t know if you know this or not but hot glue gets pretty hot!



Two pieces of “dry foam”

Hot glue sticks



Hot glue gun


Okay, here goes!



  1. Add a generous amount of hot glue on one of the pieces of dry foam.
  2. Put the second piece of dry foam on top of the glue and twist the two back and forth.
  3. Start tapping the two pieces together about 1″-2″ apart.
  4. Once you’ve worked up your nerve, start spinning the web by … oh good grief… this is hard to explain!  Here… watch this… Spider Web Video I HATE making videos but I think it’s going to be the only way to properly explain this process.


8 Responses

  1. Meredith Bungard

    Watched your video. LOVED IT!

    • Oh honey… thank you… I hate making videos!!! I slapped that sucker together, uploaded it and prayed for the best! 😉

  2. THAT IS SLICK!!!! And it looks like so much fun!!!! 🙂

  3. Great job! Thank you for the ideas and I love the name of your page!!

  4. I have only seen several of your designs and I love them. You make it seem so easy, thank you.

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