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Spiderweb Garland with Paper cut spiderwebs

Written by: | Published: October 04, 2019 | Updated: January 16, 2023

Grab your Cricut machine and some black cardstock and get ready to make this super cool (and easy) spiderweb garland for Halloween. I’d designs a cut file for Cricut that will help you easily cut (or draw) all the spiderwebs you want! For this project, I’ve also combined some of the webs so you have less to lay out and all you need to do is cut and glue and voila, you are ready to add some extra spooky accents to your Halloween Party Decor.

Spiderweb Garland designed by Jen Goode
Spiderweb Garland designed by Jen Goode

This design file comes with a draw line as well, so you can add a hand-drawn spiderweb to any project you want!

Spiderweb Garland

Whether you want to make a Halloween garland for your mantel or a fun accent to an entire staircase railing, you can create a custom decor piece easily. You just cut out as many spiderweb pieces as you need and connect them with glue. You can also use this spiderweb cutout to create party invites, t-shirt designs with sparkle vinyl or create a custom wall art design. So many possibilities… and as many spiderweb pieces and want!


Image names – Spiderweb by Jen Goode #M77B7AF


  1. Cut design following on screen instructions for mat changes
  2. Glue spiderweb pieces together according to the layout. Allow to dry.
  3. Display as desired.

Tip: Don’t worry about dried glue showing on your finished piece, you can flip the entire web over so the glue is on the back.

Look how delicate the cuts are.

Make a spiderweb with your Cricut Machine - designed by Jen Goode
Make a spiderweb with your Cricut Machine – designed by Jen Goode

When you glue the pieces together, don’t worry about excess glue showing, you can just flip the whole web over and no one will ever know.

Make your own paper spiderweb garland
Make your own paper spiderweb garland

Look how awesome these webs are all together. After you make your garland, cut out a bunch of extra spiderwebs to decorate everything else. You could even make a spiderweb “lace” table runner!

Spiderweb Garland made with a Cricut

Spiderweb Garland made with a Cricut

Playing with my webs in the sunlight makes really cool shadows!

Playing in the shadows with a paper spiderweb
Playing in the shadows with a paper spiderweb
Spiderweb Garland designed by Jen Goode
Spiderweb Garland designed by Jen Goode
Create with Cricut - Make this project on Cricut Design Space

Spiderweb Garland Make-it-Now project designed by Jen Goode

You can mix and match and create all kinds of cool Halloween decor looks. There’s a second design in the Cricut design space that is a pre-made mini garland you can try too. What will you do with your own spiderweb garland? I’d love to hear what you create! Stop by the 100Directions facebook page and tell me about it!

DIY Spiderweb garland designed by Jen Goode and made with Cricut
DIY Spiderweb garland designed by Jen Goode and made with Cricut
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4 thoughts on “Spiderweb Garland with Paper cut spiderwebs”

  1. Hi, I love the spiderwebs! I’d like to make them but the link is disabled. Will it be up again sometime. Or did I miss it’s availability?
    Thank you!

    • Hi, thank you for the note! I’ve updated the link and included info for a new project canvas available through Cricut Design Space!

  2. How small do you think the spider web design can be made on the Cricut? I think I’ve read that vinyl can be very precise when cut very very small–is that true? I’m just now researching these cutting machines, and I am trying to decide if it would be a useful machine for me to use in dollhouse miniatures. Thank you!


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