Did Halloween sneak up on you too? I feel like it was just labor day yesterday! Well if your like me and waited to the last minuet to add some spooky decor to your home than here is a super fun and quick diy you can do to add a little “boo” to your home. Best part is that most of the items you need can already be found in your house! Kids will also love helping with this fun project.
Here’s what you will need!
Materials + Tools:
~ Picture Frames (We used 2)
1. Take the glass and backing out of the picture frames.
2. Cut a long strand of twine and tie the twine around the frame. First make an “x” and then continue to fill in extra space. Use tape to hold the twine to the frame so it doesn’t slide around.
3. Cut smaller stands and double them up. These will be used to form the circle part of the web. Start in the center and work your way out. To start the first knot just loop the strings around the first spot. Then continue making knots at each point where it meets the “x” strands. When you reach your first knot just knot and cut off the excess string. Now repeat until your close to the frame.
4. Cut off excess strings and display. We added some glittered spiders to the web.
Grab some picture frames, scissors, twine (we love how the black and white color tuned out but you can use any color), and tape to get started.
Take out the center (glass, matt, and back) from the picture frame and put it aside since you may want to use it after Halloween.
Use the twine to wrap around the frame. Start by making an “x” and then adding one across.
Add another down the center. Now you have the perfect base for your web. Next step is to cut smaller stands to use for the circles. We decided to double up the stands by folding in half and using the loop for our first knot. Start circles near center and work your way out.
Add a spider or two to complete the look! Now its ready to display.
Love how these turned out. It’s an easy diy project that adds the perfect amount of halloween spirit to any room.
Happy Halloween from all of us at FashionAveMom!