Tuesday, April 29, 2014


It's another project day, and you all know how much I love making accessories that really spook up a room. And subtle spider webs make great accents for your Halloween home.

You can cast an eerie shadow over the room with this easy-to-make spiderweb lampshade idea, from the super-crafty folks at Better Homes & Gardens.

What You'll Need:
~Spiderweb-printed acetate (You can find these at most craft stores, or buy online)
~Spray adhesive

How to Make It:
1.Make a tracing paper pattern for one side of the lampshade.

2.Lay the pattern atop the acetate, and cut out the shape with scissors or a crafts knife.

3.Spray the acetate with the adhesive and press onto the shade.

Super-easy and super-creepy! I've used this pattern on tablecloths, napkins, and even painted on tabletops and bookcases.

Because after all, a home can't have too many spider webs, can it?