How to Decorate With Fake Spider Webbing

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Transform your house for Halloween by decorating with fake spider webs. Stretch it across furniture and doorways to make a space look spooky and haunted.

How to decorate with fake spider webbing.
How to decorate with fake spider webbing. (Image: Angie Diersman)

Things You'll Need

  • Fake spider webs
  • Fake spiders
  • Scissors
  • Removable tack putty
Supplies for hanging fake spider webs.
Supplies for hanging fake spider webs. (Image: Angie Diersman)

Stretch Out Spider Webs

Out of the package, fake spider webs look like a large cotton ball. The more you stretch it, the more realistic it will look. One package can go a long way and decorate many different areas in your house. Use scissors to cut the webbing into smaller sections.

Fake spider webs start out compressed like a cotton ball.
Fake spider webs start out compressed like a cotton ball. (Image: Angie Diersman)
Stretch webs to make it look realistic.
Stretch webs to make it look realistic. (Image: Angie Diersman)

Use Hooks to Catch the Web

To secure the webs, it’s easiest to catch them on a hook, nail, or sharp corner. You can also stretch it around objects.

Catch the webs on a hook or nail.
Catch the webs on a hook or nail. (Image: Angie Diersman)
Stretch the webs around objects.
Stretch the webs around objects. (Image: Angie Diersman)

Use Tack Putty for Difficult Areas

If you have a difficult area where there is nothing to catch the webs on, use some removable tack putty. Stretch the webs out first and then tack it to a small ball of putty. This works well on the side of a door frame or on the back of furniture.

Use tack putty on difficult areas.
Use tack putty on difficult areas. (Image: Angie Diersman)

Use Webs on Windows

Stretch the webs across a window. When the light shines through, it will highlight each strand.

Stretch the webs across a window.
Stretch the webs across a window. (Image: Angie Diersman)

Use Webs Outside

Fake spider webs also work well outside. Stretch it across a garden lattice or brick.

Stretch webs across a garden lattice.
Stretch webs across a garden lattice. (Image: Angie Diersman)
Stick webs to outside brick.
Stick webs to outside brick. (Image: Angie Diersman)

Spread Webs Around Lamps or Other Household Objects

Wrap the webs around lamps and household objects.

Wrap webs around a lamp.
Wrap webs around a lamp. (Image: Angie Diersman)

Add Fake Spiders

Add fake spiders to give it a spooky realistic look.

Add fake spiders.
Add fake spiders. (Image: Angie Diersman)
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