Creepy Crawler Spider Jars
Decorating for Halloween is my most favorite past time. I love to come up with ideas like these creepy crawler spider jars year round that I can make myself. A few years back I made gravestones with the kids.
We ended up redoing them to have all scary characters on them and few other people like Edgar Allan Poe, William Shakespeare, and Nikola Tesla. We had to show some versatility on what we enjoy. It was so much fun to create them.
This year I decided I needed to come up with some lighting ideas for the windows, pathways, or balconies. I’ve worked with everything else but lights in the past.
This was so much fun as it is pretty easy to create anything with battery operated tea lights. For these jars it is just a few items.
Make Spider Jars
- Plastic Spiders
- Battery Operated Tea Lights (2 to a jar)
- 1 Package of spider web
- 2 or 3 Different sized mason jars
Simply cut some spider web off the end. Wrap webbing around the tea light. Slide into the jar and place spider in place. Repeat the process. Twice to each jar.
These are great to light the way in a dark house for your Halloween party. Use them as centerpieces or decorate the backyard for more creepy fun.
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What a cute idea. I bet our son will love this.
These are way wayyy funn!!!! I love them, and I have a ton of mason jars to craft with. Might have to make these for a Halloween party this weekend.
Eeewwww. I dont like spiders but these are really cute!
These are awesomely creepy. They would be great for Halloween parties.
I can’t get over how cute and creepy they are at the same time. Very creative and delicous to drink.
Those look GREAT. I love the creepy spooky feel but they still love easy to do. 🙂 Very Nice!
Now those are some creepy spiders! And such a wonderful idea to use to light the way on a spooky night! Very cool!
This are so incredibly cute and creative! I love that they are easy to make, and very inexpensive too!
Out of many of the mason jar ideas I’ve seen for Halloween, this is by far one of my favorites! Great job!
I’d like to call these NOPE Jars! LOL Very creative though! And spooky!! Awesome job!