Sparkly Spiderweb Wreath

6 Materials
1 Hour
I made this sparkly spiderweb a couple weeks ago and I love it. You can use fabric scraps for this wreath and it's nearly impossible to mess up...
“The messier, the better” definitely applies so this is a no pressure craft. I love how this wreath looks both fun and elegant at the same time.
Start by cutting the yarn and tulle into pieces. Go around the wreath and tie some of the tulle pieces on the wreath.
You can either wrap your ribbon around the wreath frame or cut the ribbon into pieces and tie them on.
Tie the tinsel on the wreath and use the hot glue gun to secure the tinsel at the knot otherwise it will come undone.
Add the white yarn.
Use tulle to fill up the rest of the wreath.
The order that you tie your pieces on doesn't actually matter... just add stuff until you are happy with the way it looks. Use your hot glue gun to add glitter spiders and you are done!
I had all the supplies for except the wreath frame, which I got at the dollar store so this project cost me $1, but will try to price it if I had to buy all the materials.

Suggested materials:

  • Wreath frame   (dollar store)
  • White yarn   (craft store)
  • Tulle   (craft store)
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Holly Lengner - Lost Mom
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