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These easy spider web treat bags are perfect for a trick-or-treat party—or a scary birthday any time! See how they’re made on the Crayola CreaTiVe Workshop™.
Spin your own Crayola Color Explosion™ spider web! With a Color Explosion marker, draw an X on the paper. Tilt the paper and draw another X in the spaces between the first X.
Draw the spider web lines around from line to line, starting in the middle and moving out. Slowly glide the marker over the paper to reveal surprising, bright colors hidden under the black coating. Cut out the spider web with Crayola Scissors. Add Glitter Glue to the web for sparkle. Air-dry the glue.
Attach the spider web to a white lunch or gift bag by pressing a brass fastener through the center of the web and then through the bag. Separate the prongs inside the bag.
Fill bag with treats and activities such as Wacky Spider Pencil Toppers, Glow in the Dark Silly Putty®, or Halloween activity pages!
Make several Spin-a-Web Treat Bags for a party or to give to friends who trick or treat at your house! Build your own giant Spider Treat Sitter to hold your treats. Find out how to make Wacky Spider Pencil Toppers and Spider Treat Sitters on Crayola.com, too.
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