This project is sure to be a fun addition to your Halloween lineup. We love using No Days Adhesive and how easy it makes gluing! Once you're done, slump the project into a Jumpin' Jack Splash Mold to create a spooky candy dish!
4GBS-10-200S-F 10 Inch Square White Blank GP1009 Black Glass Pebble GSTRIP543-2 Grape Strips N2264-96 Amazon Green Noodles RO56-96 Black Glass Rod S56-96 Black Stringers
SP-NDLF-4 No Days Adhesive ST340 Running Pliers ST352 Pistol Grip Glass Cutter ST356 Wheel Mosaic Cutter ST540 Thinfire Paper Cotton Swabs Nipping Basket
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1. Lay your grape strips around the edges of your blank to frame the piece. Using a Wheel Mosaic Cutter, nip the ends of the strip to fit into place. Secure with a small amount of No Days.
2. Start your web by choosing the center point. This doesn't have to be the center of your blank, in fact it will look more realistic if it's not! From there, start sectioning off the blank with Amazon Green Noodles. While you are arranging the noodles towards the point, you may need to nip a few in half so the center does not get too high.
3. Once you have your blank sectioned off, you can start nipping smaller pieces of the Amazon Green Noodles into a nipping basket. Starting from the center, arrange shorter noodles around in a circle. As you move out from the center, the pieces will get gradually longer.
4. Continue arranging the noodles into concentric circles. Attach to the blank with small amounts of No Days Adhesive.
5. To build your spider, glue a black pebble to the blank with No Days. Nip a Black Rod into a nipping basket to create a small dot for the head, and attach to one side of the pebble.
6. Snap a Black Stringer into eight small pieces with your fingers. Arrange them around the spider body, making sure to have them touch the web.
7. Let Dry. Contour fuse using the 6 segment program provided.