Take your standard paper popcorn box and add some spider webbing and creepy crawlies for this Halloween Spider Web Popcorn Box! #PopcornBoxParty2017Last year I joined this fun blog hop where we all received a paper popcorn box and decorated it for Halloween. It was such a fun thing to do, so I joined again this year. Last year I went for a sinister glam look, which matched my Halloween decor. This year my decor has a ton of spiders, so I continued that theme onto my popcorn box!
The sponsors for the blog hop this year are: World Market - Kunin Group - Udderly Smooth - Expressionery - Ellison/Sizzix - Oriental Trading
Be sure to scroll to the bottom to check out the other popcorn boxes in this blog hop and to enter the giveaway!
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- Popcorn Box (courtesy of World Market)
- Felt (courtesy of Kunin Felt)
- Large googly eyes (courtesy of Oriental Trading)
- Stretchy White Spider Web
- Scary Spiders
- Glossy Red Spray Paint
- Tacky Glue
Instructions~First off, take some of the spiders outside and spray paint them with the red paint. That way they stand out on the box and everyone knows that red spiders are way worse than black ones! While those are drying, glue the felt on to the box. I just slathered a bunch of glue on and then wrapped the felt around. Let that dry for a few minutes and then cut the top of the box so the sweet rounded edges turn sharp and pointy like teeth.
Glue on the giant, peering googly eyes and then run a bit of glue down a corner of the box. Take a very small amount of webbing and stick it to the glue and then stretch it around the box, and back on to the glue. Be very careful not to get too much webbing near the top of the box, because if it gets on your popcorn it's tough to untangle and it becomes super frustrating. Um, I know this from experience. Lastly, glue on the spiders. Just but a dab of glue on each leg and stick it on. Give the glue a little time to dry!