You can make your own fancy spiderweb luminary with just a few Cricut cut spiderwebs. This is a really neat looking Halloween decor project you can make in about 30 minutes and looks great, especially at night.
I love this Cricut project, the spiderwebs are so fun and easy to use. Cut different sizes of webs for a unique look that you piece together yourself.
DIY Spiderweb Luminary
Create a spooky spiderweb luminary for Halloween in just a few simple steps. Grab a mason jar and some black cardstock and get ready to get crafty!
- Cricut machine
- Cricut Design Space™ software
- Spiderweb Cut Design by Jen Goode
- 12″ x 12″ Standard Grip Cricut® mat
- Back cardstock
- Painters tape – or other light stick tape
- Quart size mason jar
- Battery operated votive candle
- Follow onscreen instructions to cut 2 sets of spiderweb pieces.
- Wrap a piece of painters tape around the middle of the mason jar, sticky side facing out.
- Stick spiderweb pieces to the tape to create the look you want around the jar.
- Adhere web pieces together using glue. Allow to dry.
- Slip the entire piece, including tape off the jar.
- Carefully remove the tape from the jar. Place spiderweb back on to jar. Optionally, glue in place.
- Place candle inside jar and enjoy. Tip: I added a piece of wax paper inside the jar to create a partially opaque look.
Note: If you add any kind of paper inside the jar, make sure to use a fake, no-flame candle.
Tip: This project coordinates with the spiderweb wreath (link to project?) and the spiderweb garland.