Tasty Spider Gift

These are an oldie-but-a-goodie. My kids actually made them at my mom’s house last Halloween-time, and I snapped a photo of those ones so I could try to do them again. Behold, Tasty Spider Gift second edition! These fun little gifts are so simple, cost-friendly (Booyah!) and cute that kids AND adults alike will love them!

Tasty Spider Gift / Busy Mom's Helper

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Little Canisters with removable lids
Tape or Hot Glue
Googly Eyes
Black Pipe Cleaners (or colorful, your choice)
Jewel, pom-pom – something for a nose
Candies to hide inside!
I got my little canisters at a Family Dollar, and they were only about 50 Cents a piece. So….take your little canisters……
….and glue four pipe cleaners per side (spiders have eight legs, remember?) to the bottom of the canisters. I used black because that’s what I had on-hand, but making fun colorful spider legs would be awesome!
Tasty Spider Gift
Next, glue on the Googly Eyes and Nose to the lid.
Tasty Spider Gift
Fill with candy, replace the lid and VIOLA!!! A really easy, inexpensive little treat craft for the kids (adult-kids also included)!
Tasty Spider Gift
Did you see my other fun Halloween Craft this week?
Cute Witchy Hat

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12 Responses to “Tasty Spider Gift”

  • Oh my! How creative is this little treat! I bet the kids LOVE it!! what a great find at the dollar store. You really had a great vision for those canisters…
    And, YES! I did notice the super cute hat… Thanks for sharing all you hard work this week!!

    hugs x, Crystelle
    Crystelle Boutique

    • Thanks so much, Crystelle! Ya, the kids have so much fun with them – especially the treats LOL

  • Hi Danielle! Stopping by from Pin It Thursday, and had to come check out these super cute spiders. My son was looking at these also, and said “Pin It, Mom!!” Done, and done! 🙂

    • Awww, I’m so glad! Hope he enjoys them as much as my kiddos did! Have a fabulous week!

  • What a fun, easy and inexpensive idea! I love that it is a treat holder as well!

  • Oh my gosh, how cute and fun. I think I’m going to have to do this with my kids this year. Thanks so much for sharing how to make these adorable spiders and for linking up to Thrifty Thursday.

    • Thanks so much Ruth – you totally should make it with them, my kids had a blast, so I’m sure yours would too 😀

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