Spider Costume
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Spider Costume

A glittery web adorns this costume, making it perfect for Halloween. Why not make one for everyone in the family? Design by Joann Pearson & Jeanne Jacobowski
Craft Time: 30-60 minutes
 
 
 
 
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Material List

  • Shirt
  • Black sweatshirt
  • Tulip® Silver Glitter Paint, 4 oz bottle
  • Silver fabric glitter (optional for additional glitz)
  • Tee shirt board
  • Scissors
  • Chalk pencil
  • Pom pom spider
  • Pom pom, black, 2-inch
  • Pom pom, black, 1-inch
  • Rhinestones, red, small, 2
  • Chenille stems, black, 2
  • Spider Mask
  • Small plastic half mask
  • Black acrylic paint
  • Black glitter
  • Zucker Feathers Feather Hackle Plate
  • Tulip® Silver Glitter paint
  • Paint brush
  • Craft glue
  • Spider Trick or Treat Bag
  • Large black canvas tote
  • Tulip® Silver Fabric paint
  • Silver glitter (optional for additional glitz)
 

Project Instructions

Step: 1

Shirt: Cut bottom band and cuffs from shirt. Cut V shapes at bottom and sleeves of shirt.


Step: 2

Draw spider web with chalk pencil onto shirt.


Step: 3

Outline spider web with silver glitter paint-if desired while paint is wet, sprinkle with silver glitter. Let dry and shake off excess glitter-be sure and save for future projects.


Step: 4

Pom pom Spider: Glue pom, poms together to form body. Glue rhinestones in place for eyes.
Cut chenille stems in fourths (8 total pieces) and glue into sides of pom pom body for legs.


Step: 5

Spider Mask: Paint mask black, while wet sprinkle with black glitter, let dry.


Step: 6

Using silver glitter paint, draw spider web on mask. Let dry.


Step: 7

Glue feather hackle to back top of mask.


Step: 8

Spider Trick or Treat Bag: Draw spider web onto canvas bag. Outline with silver fabric paint. If adding glitter, sprinkle while paint is wet.


Step: 9

Write "Trick or Treat" with fabric paint. Let dry.


Tips

Refer to photo to complete project.

Follow manufacturer's directions for product used.