Halloween homemade spiderweb doormat

Written by debbie williams
Halloween homemade spiderweb doormat
(Debbie Williams)

What better way to greet your Halloween guests than with a spooky spider doormat? This one glows in the dark so the effect lasts into the night. It's an easy project so it makes for a great last-minute decoration.

Supplies

Halloween homemade spiderweb doormat
(Debbie Williams)

You'll need a 600-by-900cm (2 foot by 3 foot) doormat, glow-in-the-dark dimensional paint or glow-in-the-dark hot melt glue, clear or iridescent glitter, black felt and purple glitter paint.

Draw the web

Halloween homemade spiderweb doormat
(Debbie Williams)

Draw a line across the horizontal centre of the mat with chalk or a light-coloured crayon. Draw a second line down the vertical centre. Divide each section into thirds and make a mark. Connect each mark with a curved line and then a line from the mark to the centre. Make several rows of these curved lines.

Outline the drawing

Halloween homemade spiderweb doormat
(Debbie Williams)

Follow the drawn lines with your choice of either glow-in-the-dark dimensional paint or glow-in-the-dark hot melt glue. Don't worry if the lines are not completely straight as slightly wiggly lines will look more authentic.

Add Glitter

Halloween homemade spiderweb doormat
(Debbie Williams)

Place paper under the project before you start to make the cleanup process easier. Sprinkle glitter over the lines while they are still damp. Let dry overnight.

Make the spider

Halloween homemade spiderweb doormat
(Debbie Williams)

Draw a spider shape on the black felt and cut it out with scissors.

Decorate the spider

Halloween homemade spiderweb doormat
(Debbie Williams)

Use purple glitter to line the edge of the spider cutout. Attach the spider to the mat with hot melt glue after the mat has dried completely.

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