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Guess who’s coming to trick or treat? A giant, colorful spider full of treats to share! Watch a Treat Sitter being made on Crayola CreaTiVe™ Workshop.
Turn recycled containers into a big Halloween spider! Use your imagination, your favorite Crayola products, and materials you have on hand. Here’s one way to construct a Spider Treat Sitter.
Draw a spider body on recycled cardboard with a Crayola Marker. Cut the scraps into small bits to use later to make a 3-D face.
Cover your crafting area with newspaper. Paint the spider body and a large box lid (a copy paper box is just the right size) with Crayola Washable Paint. Air-dry the paint.
Draw eyes, a mouth, and spider freckles on black Crayola Color Explosion™ Paper with Color Explosion Markers. Cut them out with Crayola Scissors. Glue the face pieces on top of the cardboard bits to make them stand out. Glue the face on the body.
Create letters on Color Explosion paper to spell out a fun or scary message. Glue letters to the box lid.
To make spider legs, cut Color Explosion paper in half. Fold each piece in half by bringing long sides together. Fold a second time in the same way. Unfold. Slide open sides together to form a long, 3-D, triangular leg section. Tape sides together. For ea
To put the spider together, glue the head to the back of the box lid. To hold it in place, you may need to prop it up in the back with masking tape and a cardboard tube. Glue or tape the legs in place around the sides. Cut small slits in the legs to fit t
Add Glitter Glue to your spider to catch the light at your party or moonlight on your covered front porch! Air-dry the glue.
Fill your Spider Treat Sitter with fun and healthy treats!
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