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Thursday, July 9, 2015

How to Make a Spider-Man Wreath #DIY

I enjoy greeting our guests with fun door wreaths for holidays and birthdays so this year I had the challenge of creating a Spider-Man Door Wreath for Jude's 5th birthday.  I started googling some ideas and found a couple that I liked but then I decided to make some short cuts and create this one!  

Spider-Man Door Wreath


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Festive right?  Well, the best part is that it really did not take long and was really budget friendly.  A lot of the wreaths I was finding had handmade paper Spider-Man cut outs but I decided to go the easier way!  I simply used a hanging decoration from the local party store and used one of them for the wreath.  Easy!!  


Materials Needed:

Foam Wreath - any size
2 inch ribbon (I used Red and Blue)
Hot glue
Red and Blue cupcake liners 
Spider-Man cut out

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Directions:

1.  Wrap the foam wreath with the 2 inch ribbon, completely covering the foam.  Use hot glue to secure ribbon to foam wreath.  

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2.  Using hot glue layer the wreath with cupcake liners.  Make them into flower like shapes and hot glue them individually to the wreath. 

3.  Cover the whole wreath with liners and alternate colors.  

4.  Once covered in liners, tie a ribbon to the top of the wreath for easy hanging.  

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5.  Hot glue the Spider-Man cut out to the cupcake liners on the bottom right side of the wreath. 

6.  Let glue dry completely and display on the door for your Spider-Man party!

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I got so many complements on this door wreath and I am pretty proud of it!  Best thing about it - I reused it for the 4th of July and simply added a holiday bow to the wreath and removed the Spider-Man cut out!  Love that!


Do you have any upcoming birthday parties you are planning?


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16 comments:

  1. Oh this is too cool! My boys are in a huge Spiderman phase right now, and they'd love this! I'd have to make them each one! - Jeanine

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  2. What a cool idea! Perfect for a kids party!

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  3. My little cousin is a huge fan of Spider Man and he would love something like this hanging in his room. It is so simple to make that I will have to give it a try.

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  4. Oh that is so clever! My son would have loved helping make one of these. He used to watch the Spider-Man cartoon all the time.

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  5. This is awesome! Remind me of my boys! They would love this on the front door!

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  6. This is such a cool Project .. I like that all the supplies are easily accessible and can easily turn into a masterpiece

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  7. That came out great! So cute and so creative!

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  8. The party was so darn cute. Love the cupcake wrappers for the wreath too!

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  9. This looks like a fun craft to do with children. I have some kids in my life that would love to put this together.

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  10. Ooooh now this is fun and I can see a variation on this for a Halloween theme, too - fun!

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  11. One thing is for sure: that wreath is certainly good enough to be used for other things than Spider-Man. I thought when I looked at it, before I read the article, that it would be great for the 4th of July!

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  12. Your wreath is awesome, my little guy would love one!

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  13. Oh wow, what a cute, creative and unique wreath idea. I'm sure Tyler would love making this as would Alyssa and Abby. Shoot, I'd love to make one too.

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  14. That turned out great! Remove the Spiderman, add a flag, and it could be a 4th of July wreath next year! Right now I'm planning my daughter's upcoming Minion birthday party.

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  15. This is so cute! My son would love to have this... I might just have to make this for his bedroom door!

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  16. I really like that. It is a cool idea.

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