Paper Spiderwebs Tutorial {Just In Time for Halloween}

If you love to make paper snowflakes, then you will love this tutorial I found for using similar techniques to make paper spiderwebs.

Vanessa at A Fanciful Twist demonstrates how to make two different spiderwebs from plain printer paper.  She shows how to fold the paper and exactly where to cut.  Using spray paint and glitter, she then transforms them from plain pieces of paper into the pieces of art you see above! Gorgeous, aren’t they?  

These would be great to use as decorations for Halloween, but I also think they could be used as a background mat for Halloween layouts or as an embellishment on gift bags and cards.  If spray paint and glitter are not your thing, you could also use patterned paper from your scrapbook stash to make these – just make sure the paper is not a heavy weight because of the folding and cutting that is involved.

Well, here’s the link to Vanessa’s awesome tutorial…enjoy!

SCRAPLIFTER SOURCE: Paper Spiderwebs Tutorial from A Fanciful Twist

While you’re here, make sure you check out our other handmade Halloween decorations.  Also, be sure to let us know what you think about these paper spiderwebs by leaving a comment below…

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