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Supplies for Lacing Spider Webs:
- hole punch
- circle paper – preferably cardstock
- plastic spider ring – you could make your own spider from yarn or pipe wire as well
First, take your circle paper and punch holes around the edge, as far or close as you want. The more holes, the more web you’ll have.
Cut some yarn, fairly long to lace around the whole circle, and tie it tight at the top through the first hole. Now lace your yarn through each hole. We tried to stay going in a circle to end back up at the top, but you’re welcome to go crazy and lace in any order.
Now you’ll need to attach your spider somewhere in the yarn. You’ll loop him through your yarn on the way to another hole. If you want the spider to slide the best up and down it’s web, attach it before the last hole, then it doesn’t get stuck.
Once you go through the last hole, tie the yarn together in a knot and it’s ready for hanging.