It’s Magic Marker Monday again over at 5 Minutes For Special Needs. I found a cute and super easy Spider Craft in Woman’s World Magazine this week I wanted to share.
What you’ll need for each spider…
Black marker or dimensional paint
paper for fangs
pencil & yarn for hanging
If you plan on hanging your spider, use pencil to make hole in bottom of cup, thread yarn through the hole and knot on the inside of the cup to create hanging string.
Flip cup upside down and cut 4 1/4 to 1/2 inch slits on opposite sides of the cup. Push pipe cleaners into slits to form legs. Meghan decided she only wanted them to have six legs..lol
Glue on eyes, draw mouth, and glue on fangs. Here’s how Meggers turned out, cute right!
You can use different colored cups, purple is really cute. Enjoy!
16 thoughts on ““Snip Up Some Silly Spiders””
Okay, the spiders look really cute, but are you sure you want to be anywhere around “spiders” with your track record? 🙂
LOL Umm… I don’t mind this kind so much. :o)
You always do the cutest things with her! Where do you get all your ideas?
Thanks Wenders! Magazines and the internet mostly. I loooooveee GOOGLE!
Ha ha! I lol’ed when I saw the pictures, ADORABLE. I wanna make some spiders! I think my three-year-old would love this. This would be a great craft when it’s raining here, which is like, you know, every day.
Ha! They are so cute! What a great idea! Thanks!
These kind of spiders don’t bother me… actually, I kind of like them. This will give me and Ryerson something fun to do this week and he does love him some crafts!
These are just adorable and so clever! I just love Meghan’s little six-legged spiders — she chose great colors too 🙂
~Michelle @ 5MFSN
Very, very cute and a possible idea for a craft for JG’s birthday party!
Those are so cute! I may have to use that idea for Peanut’s preschool party. I’m the room mom. What was I thinking?
How cute! What a great idea!
I am a preschool teacher. I am wondering what kind of cups you used ? ?
Love this idea!!!