Want to be the best-looking house on the block this Halloween? This big-impact giant Spider’s Web Halloween Front Porch will have trick-or-treaters shrieking as they risk getting trapped in a sticky spider’s web to get their candy! Read on to see how I set it all up.
How to Create a Spider’s Web Halloween Front Porch
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First, I used a variety of materials to create spider webs all over the porch and the nearby bushes. Using more than one texture and color of webbing adds interest and dimension. I strung and draped them from every nook and cranny on the porch, and tried to make them look as organic as possible. Don’t forget to leave a path to the front door for trick-or-treaters, though!
Then, it was time to add the creepy crawlies. The spiders! My main focus was the GIANT spider at the top of the porch, overlooking the rest of the decorations. Underneath, I added tons of spiders in different colors and sizes, spread throughout all of the webs. I even placed a skeleton spider on the steps to greet guests – it is Halloween, after all.
The final piece of this Spider’s web Halloween front porch was lighting – I wanted this set up to be seen in the dark on all Hallow’s Eve, but didn’t want to use my bright front porch lights – not really the vibe I was going for. So I added lanterns with faux candles to provide a creepy flickering glow to the whole display. In addition to Halloween-themed skeleton lanterns, I wrapped regular black lanterns in spider webs and faux spiders to match the theme.
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Interested in more DIY Halloween décor inspiration? Don’t miss my post with 13 DIY Halloween Decoration Ideas! Or, if you’re seeking more Spider Halloween content – check out my Spooky Spider Halloween Party for Kids.
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