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DIY Halloween Front Door Decoration: Subtle Spiderwebs

Easy DIY Halloween front door decoration: Subtle spiderwebs

Here is a DIY Halloween front door decoration that’s subtle in its spookiness: two DIY glitter spiderweb projects for a classy, understated Halloween front door to lure in trick-or-treaters. Eek!! This Halloween craft project includes how to to make an easy spiderweb on your front door using glitter tape, plus a spiderweb with a big ol’ glitter spider hanging from your address numbers.

DIY Halloween Front Door Decoration - Subtle Spiderwebs

JOANN Fabric & Craft Stores sponsored this #spookyspaces post as part of its Celebrate The Season campaign. All the designs and opinions are mine. Keep reading for your 50% off one item JOANN coupon below. And be sure to check out all of my craft projects that I’ve made for JOANN Stores.

Our Chicago city condo has a challenging clear glass front door; here it is before…

DIY Halloween Front Door Decoration - Subtle Spiderwebs

…and here it is after adding chic and simple glitter spiderweb using black glitter strips, green glitter tulle, and cheesecloth from JOANN Fabric & Craft Stores

DIY Halloween Front Door Decoration - Subtle Spiderwebs

I stumbled upon the glitter strips while browsing the aisles at JOANN. Glitter usually gives me the hives but there’s no mess when using these black glitter strips. And to make the door decoration easily removable, I attached the spiderwebs using VELCRO fasteners plus clear contact paper which makes them totally removable after Halloween …I’ll show you my easy removable trick below.

DIY Halloween Front Door Decoration - Subtle Spiderwebs

Next, I added a glitter-painted spider spinning its web on our address numbers…

DIY Halloween Front Door Decoration - Subtle Spiderwebs

It’s understated, classy and festive, and building neighbors love it too.

DIY Halloween Front Door Decoration - Subtle Spiderwebs

Put the two projects together for a subtle and sophisticated Halloween front door decoration. Come hither, fearless trick-or-treaters, come hither.

DIY Halloween Front Door Decoration - Subtle Spiderwebs

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Supplies for making subtle spiderwebs for DIY Halloween front door decorations:

I bought my supplies at JOANN Fabric & Craft Stores:

Plus scissors and plain rubber spiders — eek!

How to make an (easily removable!) glitter spiderwebs on a front door:

Step 1: Gather supplies for your Halloween front door decorations.

See the list above for my supplies. I used 3 spools of American Crafts 3/8″ Glitter Strips on our door.

DIY Halloween Front Door Decoration - Subtle Spiderwebs

Step 2: Attach removable fasteners to your front door

Cut a small piece of contact paper and apply it to the door. Then cut the VELCRO Sticky-Back Fasteners to size and stick the hook (scratchy) side onto the contact paper. This will hold your web and will be so simple to remove after Halloween, no residue to scrape off at all.

Then stick the loop (soft) side onto the back of the Glitter Strips.

DIY Halloween Front Door Decoration - Subtle Spiderwebs

Step 3: Create a spiderweb design on your front door with glitter tape

Make your web by on your door by cutting strips to size and adding it to your door. It took a couple of naptimes to get this done but my neighbors and I love the glimmer and it’s held onto our glass door very well!

DIY Halloween Front Door Decoration - Subtle Spiderwebs

Step 4: Add spooky Haunted House details to the front door

Grab the glitter tulle spool and cheesecloth.

DIY Halloween Front Door Decoration - Subtle Spiderwebs

Drape it above your door, leaving a bit to hang on the left side and letting it fall down the right side. Do the cheesecloth first and then add the tulle. I used VELCRO Holiday Multi-Clips. I didn’t even cut any of it.

DIY Halloween Front Door Decoration - Subtle Spiderwebs

And now you have a subtle yet spook spiderweb front door decoration.

DIY Halloween Front Door Decoration - Subtle Spiderwebs

Step 5: Paint glitter onto rubber spiders

Paint your spider using the glitter paint enlisting some child labor.

DIY Halloween Front Door Decoration - Subtle Spiderwebs

My helper did a great job! Here’s a before and after.

DIY Halloween Front Door Decoration - Subtle Spiderwebs

Step 6: Make a DIY yarn spiderweb on your front door address numbers

Now to add spooky spiderwebs to our front door address numbers. I used Vanna’s Glamour Yarn in Onyx.

DIY Halloween Front Door Decoration - Subtle Spiderwebs

It helps that our numbers are mounted about 1/2 from our brick because it gave me an easy place to weave.

DIY Halloween Front Door Decoration - Subtle Spiderwebs

Make the long strands of the spiderweb, securing with knots. Then go across until your spiderweb is complete.

DIY Halloween Front Door Decoration - Subtle Spiderwebs

Step 7: Tie spiders onto your yarn spiderweb Halloween decorations

Tie some yarn around the spider to secure.

DIY Halloween Front Door Decoration - Subtle Spiderwebs

And tie him from the left side of the web.

DIY Halloween Front Door Decoration - Subtle Spiderwebs

Please don’t bite the children, Mr. Spider.

DIY Halloween Front Door Decoration - Subtle Spiderwebs

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Be sure to pin my easy DIY Halloween front door decoration for later:

Subtle spiderwebs easy DIY Halloween front door decoration. Use yarn, glitter tape, cheesecloth and a plastic spider to lure in trick-or-treaters ...eek! #halloween #spon #spookyspaces

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Mimi

Monday 28th of October 2013

The subtle spider webs are a nice touch.

Wendy

Thursday 10th of October 2013

This is great non-spooky Hallowern decoration. I can see my four year old wanting a glitter spider!

Kathy Beymer

Sunday 13th of October 2013

Yes, the glitter spider is awesome. We made two and one is, ahem, next to Elise's bed now.

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