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Spiderweb Halloween Candle Holder

Halloween is the perfect time to fill your home with spiders. Or maybe it’s the perfect time to ignore the spider webs slowly forming in my undusted dining room?

two glass votive holders covered with white yarn and black spiders to make Halloween candle holders

Either way pull out your glue gun and get ready to make a few spooky Spider Web Votive Holders! They look awesome during the day and even better at night.

It’s funny how so many DIY Halloween decorations work out that way isn’t it? It’s certainly true with the Bloody Candle Holders and the Halloween Skeleton Display!

I have a thing for spiders, you can probably tell by looking at my past projects including the very large lawn spiderwebs with giant spider warning signsembroidery hoop web art and hot glue spiderwebs.

You probably have most of the supplies floating around, if not everything is easy to find at Target, the dollar store or Grandmas.

Spiderweb Candle Holder Supplies:

Spiderweb Votive Holders

Instructions:

1. Tie a small knot in the end of the yarn, clip off the end and hot glue to the knot to the vase

Use a pencil to push the yarn into the glue without burning your self

2. Keep gluing and wrapping, eventually the yarn will stick to itself and you won’t need to glue every 4 inches

3. When you are finished stick the yarn in a blog of glue and once it’s hardened clip of the rest of the yarn

4. Finish up by gluing on a few spiders

5. Add a fake tealight and you’re good to go with a creepy spiderweb Halloween Candle holder! They leave pretty cool shadows on the wall too.

If  you don’t love arachnids you could always add a pair of googly eyes instead and have a mummy candle holder.

Check out my Halloween Page for more ideas or start here:

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Vanessa

Thursday 16th of October 2014

These turned out great. I love it

Ele

Sunday 28th of October 2012

Really cute idea!

kim

Sunday 28th of October 2012

Awesome idea, so cool!

CrochetHappy

Thursday 25th of October 2012

These are great! I'm going to make some!

TracyAnn hopping in from I Gotta Create Link-Up and www.crochethappy.com

JOY

Thursday 25th of October 2012

Such a cute, easy and quick idea. I think I'll enJOY doing this one.