How to Make a Spider Treat Plate

Make your Halloween party the best ever by creating your own spooky plates!

How to Make a Spider Treat Plate

What you will need

  • Black paper plates
  • Pipe cleaners
  • Stick on eyes
  • Sticky Tape
  • PVA Glue
  • Scissors

How you do it

  1. Take 4 pipe cleaners and cut them directly in half to create 8 smaller lengths with a pair of scissors.

    cut the pipe cleaners
  2. Turn over one of the paper plates and start sticking the pipe cleaners to it with sticky tape.

    stick on the legs
  3. Repeat this until you have attached 8 legs onto your plate.

    8 spiders legs
  4. Once all the pipe cleaners are attached turn the plate over and bend them in to spider leg shapes.

    bendy spiders legs
  5. Take a set of stick on eyes and stick them down with glue onto the front of the plate.

    spider eyes
  6. Once the glue has dried, fill the plate with either party snacks or treats and you’re done!

    spider treats

Our Useful Tips

Krafty Kathryne Suggests....
  • Try using different coloured pipe cleaner legs to make a family of spiders
  • Put a blob of blue-tac on the back of your plates and mount them on the wall for spooky spider decorations.
  • According to our little book of Spider facts, most spiders actually have eight, yes 8 eyes! So you could maybe make your spiders much more scary than ours!!

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