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Halloween Spider Pumpkins

It's an invasion of black spider pumpkins! Recruit your kids to craft a whole family of these easy-to-make arachnids.

What You'll Need

  • Small pumpkins
  • Painter's tape
  • Black spray paint
  • Crafts glue
  • Black glitter
  • Bumpy chenille stems (eight for each spider)
  • Power drill with small bit (optional)
  • Googly eyes (two for each spider)

How to Make It

1. Cover the stems of the pumpkins with painter's tape. Paint the pumpkins with black spray paint; let dry.

2. Brush crafts glue onto each pumpkin, then sprinkle with a liberal amount of black glitter; let dry.

3. Attach black bumpy chenille stems for legs by poking the ends into the pumpkin (four on each side). If needed, use a power drill with a small bit to drill holes where the chenille stems need to be inserted.

4. Glue the googly eyes on to the pumpkin.


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