This spider web pumpkin craft is so easy to make and a great way to utilize those small pumpkins. It is quick, easy, and makes some of the cutest Halloween or fall decorations on a budget!
Easy Spider Web Pumpkin Craft
I am always drawn to those cute little pumpkins that are everywhere during this season. They are so little. They are so cute!
I buy them and take them home. And they sit in a bowl on my kitchen counter until they rot away. Not cool!
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Small pumpkins are too little to carve easily, but I thought they could make really cute jack-o-laternish decorations. That’s when I came up with this adorable pumpkin craft!
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Supplies Needed For This Spider Web Pumpkin Craft
Directions To Make A Pumpkin Spider Web
Cut the top off the little pumpkin.
Scoop out the pumpkin guts.
On a piece of parchment paper, trace around the top of the little pumpkin with a pencil to create a guide.
Using a glue gun, create lines across the circle – start by creating a line that cuts it in half.
Then quarters, then again in each of those segments so that you have 8 equally sized sections.
Start on the outside and swag between the lines you just created just inside the circle and then again further into the circle.
Let it cool and then peel it from the parchment paper.
It should be just the right size to fit across the open pumpkin top. Once you’re sure it fits take it back off.
Add a battery-powered faux candle and the web and you have a sparkling spider web jack-o-lantern!
- Small Pumpkins
- Parchment Paper
- Led Tea Candles
- Hot Glue Gun
- Cut the top off the little pumpkin.
- Scoop out the pumpkin guts.
- On a piece of parchment paper, trace around the top of the little pumpkin with a pencil to create a guide.
- Using a glue gun, create lines across the circle - start by creating a line that cuts it in half. Then quarters, then again in each of those segments so that you have 8 equally sized sections. Start on the outside and swag between the lines you just created just inside the circle and then again further into the circle.
- Let it cool and then peel it from the parchment paper.
- It should be just the right size to fit across the open pumpkin top. Once you're sure it fits take it back off.
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Have you tried this super cute spider web pumpkin craft? How did it turn out? Let us know in the comments!