This DIY spider egg Halloween decoration is a spider craft both kids and adults can make. Decorate your Halloween party with spider eggs hanging from the ceiling or hang them outside to surprise trick or treaters on Halloween night!
Spooky Spider Egg Craft for Kids and Adults
Spider eggs are fun to make with the kids! Make some fun and spooky spider eggs to decorate school Halloween parties or your house on Halloween night. Your party guest and children that come to trick or treat on your doorstep with love them!
DIY Spider Egg Halloween Decoration Supplies
- White yarn
- White glue
- Mixing bowl
- Monofilament line or fishing string
- Small spiders or spider rings
How to Make Spider Eggs for Halloween: Step by Step Directions
Read through the step by step directions before starting this DIY Halloween decoration.
Step 1 – Blow up balloons to make spider eggs
Step 2 – Mix white glue with water in equal parts
Use equal parts white glue and water and mix to make a watered down glue solution for the yarn.
Step 3 – Add white yarn to glue solution
Carefully place the white yarn into the glue solution to soak. Make sure you leave an end of the yarn on the side of the bowl so you can find it.
Step 4 – Wrap balloons with yarn
Next, wrap each balloon with white yarn to make spider eggs. Do your best to wind the yarn and wrap it around and around in several directions to create a spider egg.
Step 5 – Allow Spider Egg Halloween Decorations to Dry
Tie dry yarn or monofilament line around the knot on the balloon and hang it to dry for at least 24 hours. The yarn will be hard when it’s dry.
Step 6 – Pop balloons and remove from the inside of the spider egg craft
Use a needle or sharp knife to pop the balloon inside each spider egg and gently remove it from the inside of the spider egg. Work carefully so your spider egg craft does not collapse.
Step 7 – Tie a section of monofilament line or fishing string to the spider egg Decoration.
Cut off a section of monofilament line or fishing spring about 12 to 36 inches long depending on where you plan to hang your Halloween decoration.
Step 8 – Hang Spider Egg Sac Decoration
Decorate your home or school with these fun spooky spider eggs for Halloween parties and for trick or treaters on Halloween night!
Step 9 – Decorate Egg Sacs with Spiders
Have fun adding spiders to your egg sacs to decorate them. Kids love decorating for Halloween!
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DIY Spider Egg Craft Photo Tutorial
It became a challenge to take pictures when my daughter and I were making these spider eggs together because our hands got filled with glue! I think you can figure out how to wrap the balloons with yarn in the brief photo tutorial below.
In our excitement to pop the balloons once our spider eggs were dry, we also forgot to take pictures of them when they were hanging to dry–doh!! I think you get a general idea of how to make these, right?
If you would like a video, let me know in the comments below and I will make one!
Spider Egg Halloween Decoration Kids Can Make
My daughter and I had a lovely time making this spider egg Halloween craft together. We hope you enjoy making some spooky spider eggs with your children for Halloween as much as we do!
We like to hang our spider egg decorations on our front porch next to our giant stick spider web Halloween decoration! Click on the link to learn how easy it is to make your own.
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