During Halloween or for any other spooky party plans, a spider web is a nice touch. There are several crafts that make spider webs and range from drawings to spreading out cotton. The use of crepe paper, otherwise known as tissue paper, to make a spider web can create a web that is easily spooky without the look of normal paper.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
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Things you need
- Crepe paper
Cut the paper into a circular shape. It is fine if the paper is a little uneven because a natural spider web is usually uneven. This forms the outside edge of the web.
Fold the paper in half to create a half circle. Fold it in half again for a rounded triangular shape.
Cut out strips of paper. Work from the inside near the point of the triangle and outward. Small strips are cut out in a similar manner to making a snowflake, but the pattern is a straight cut that gradually moves outward to the largest point. Simple curved strips are appropriate. Leave some small gaps between cuts for the web.
Open up the paper. The spider web is revealed in the paper.
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