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Clothes Hanger Spider Web And Spider

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The other night my 7 year old wanted something to do while we were preparing dinner. He loves playing with fuzzy sticks (pipe cleaners) so I thought I’d give him a little direction and ask if he wanted to make a spider web and a spider. He was all for it!

I just grabbed a few things and let him have at it. A wire hanger, a spool of string, and the Ultimate Fuzzy Kit from Craftprojectideas (from the package they sent us to play with).

DIY hanger spider and spiderweb craft

 

I helped bend the hanger to a circular shape and he asked for a little help getting the string to stay put (it need to be held taut as you string it around.

DIY hanger spider and spiderweb craft

 

But other than that it was all done by him. I find that my boys like craft projects that:

they do by themselves, that they came up with, that are quick, and/or that DO something (they prefer projects that have a purpose)

Since this one was quick, and he did himself he really enjoyed doing it.

The spider he wrapped 2 of the fuzzy sticks around each other until they formed a circular shape and then stuck in and bent some legs. Glue on some googly eyes and it was done and he was off.

DIY hanger spider and spiderweb craft DIY hanger spider and spiderweb craft

 

I think he’s pretty cute, but I get the feeling that he’s watching me.

DIY hanger spider and spiderweb craft

 

Maybe he’s staring at me because he’s missing 2 legs?

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Allison Waken is a wife, mom of boys and Phoenix, AZ native. She has been creating inspiring content for All for the Boys since 2011. Allison loves travel, movies and spending as much time as possible with her family while she can!

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