Hee hee hee, my pretties! I can’t wait to show you how to make your very own glue gun spiderwebs because as we all know spiders are excellent webmakers, but good luck getting them to work on command and put webs where you want them. First though, I feel like a confession is in order or I will feel like a total hypocrite. You see, there was a time when I was a huge advocate for glue-gun control. It’s not that I ever wanted them outlawed or anything, I mean I believe in our right to hot glue things together, but I’ve seen too many tragedies against crafts with glue guns and it pained me. Then, I bought my first glue gun and the power I feel when I have that hot gun in my hand is unbelievable, it’s a rush and now I understand that glue guns don’t make ugly crafts, people with glue guns make ugly crafts. And really one person’s ugly is another person’s fabulous glue gun creation.
Okay now that I’ve gotten that out of the way, time to show you how I made my very own spiderwebs with a glue gun. I wanted them to add a little Halloween flair to my digs. I love that when the times comes to sweep the cobwebs away these are really easy to remove.
You will need:
- A hot glue gun
- Plenty of glue sticks to refill your hot glue gun
- A cookie sheet
- Parchment paper
- Glitter spray paint (totally optional)
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