1. Find a large spider web outside suspended between shrubs or plants away from anything you would worry about getting a little paint overspray on, the standard flat round orb webs work the best. Choose to do this on a non windy day.
2. Tap the web before you start spray painting to make sure no spiders are home.
3. Hold a newspaper directly behind and under the web while spray painting to catch the paint that goes through the web.
4. Use white spray paint to cover the web, spraying in circular motions. The more paint you get on the web the more it will show up on your card stock. I have a few half-used spray paint cans in my basement, so I just grabbed a white one so it would show up on black paper.
5. Remove the newspaper carefully to not disrupt the newly painted web.
6. Hold the black cardstock parallel behind the spider web and pull through the web. The web is naturally sticky and the paint is still wet so it dries onto the cardstock.
7. Set aside flat to dry.
8. Use for background paper for scrapbooking and Halloween cardmaking.
I just think this is fun to do every year about this time, so here I am blogging about it again!
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