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It takes a spider's eight legs to hold this bag! Make these creepy spiders for scary movies, Halloween parties, or any time you're ready for a treat!
Using Crayola® Erasable Colored Pencils on black construction paper, draw a large spider. Make eight separate legs. Color in the spider with Crayola Gel Markers.
Cut out the spider pieces using Crayola Scissors. With Crayola School Glue, attach one end of each leg to the back of the spider. Dry.
Make a bag with construction paper that's large enough to cover most of the spider's belly and eight candies, one for each leg. Write Trick or Treat!, or other words, on the bag with Crayola Washable Markers.
Cut a piece of foam produce tray that's a little smaller than the spider. Glue it to the center of the spider's belly with Crayola School Glue. Glue the bag to the foam so it stands out from the spider's body.
Fold your spider's legs over the candies so they touch the bag. Glue to the bag.
Add touches of Crayola Glitter Glue to make your spider sparkle. Dry.
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