These itsy bitsy spiders will be crawling up around your wrist in style with this adorably creepy bangle!
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Step 1: Materials
To make this spider bangle, you will need:
- a large bangle
- plastic spiders
- glue gun
- rhinestones (optional)
- paint and paint brush (optional, if you have an unfinished wooden bangle)
Step 2: Prep Bangle
To start, paint your wooden bangle a spooky Halloween color. This step is only for those who bought a wooden bangle. If you have a bangle that's already been made, like my purple bangle, you can start by wrapping a piece of ribbon around it. For my striped version, cut off a piece of ribbon, and wrap it around one section of the bangle with hot glue to stay in place. Then, repeat on all sides until you get a pattern of stripes around the bangle.
Step 3: Add Spiders
Now, grab a few plastic spiders and use dots of hot glue to attach them around the bangle. Make sure to leave a space or two in between if you plan on adding a rhinestone.
Step 4: Add Rhinestones
To give it some extra sparkle, you can throw on some rhinestones around the bangle. You can even add a rhinestone to a spider or two of you like. Just make sure to use enough hot glue so that it sticks and doesn't come off.
Step 5: Slip on and Enjoy
Once the glue has completely dry, you can slip it on your wrist and enjoy!
Participated in the
Halloween Costume Contest 2016