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October 12, 2011

Have you seen this idea yet?

My favorite antique vendor had a lace doily in a embroidery hoop for a spider web. I came home and scoured my supplies.

I decided my spiders needed a dusting of white glue and Martha glitter for a little bit of glam.

A vintage glittered tag was the final touch.

My spider web is taking up residence over my kitchen window and I decided to give the area a Halloween make-over.



Vivian, your garland looks fabulous in my window.

Happy Halloween!
Happy Crafting!

Linking up with:
Very Merry Vintage Style

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Jodee said...

Love, love, love your new spider web. It's the perfect addition to your kitchen!

Pam Kessler said...

No, I had not seen that yet. Very, very cute. Love the black creepy cloth for the window covering.

My Vintage Mending said...

Never have seen that creepy cloth. What a great idea. I love that spider web doily. Adorable. Oh to tour your home at the holidays...smiles...Renee

Michelle @ Dream Home DIY said...

I would have never thought of this, but its PERFECT!! And there is absolutely nothing that glitter doesnt make better :)

La Vie Quotidienne said...

what a great cute! The window looks so wonderfully spooky. (-:

Heather said...

How fun that must be to have in your kitchen! The doily makes a great spider web.

Janet said...

The spider web doily is a really cute idea!

Debbie-Dabble Blog and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

LOVE the spider web idea!! I never saw that before but what a great idea!!
I looked at that spooky cloth so many times this season and keep deciding not to get it. Maybe once it hits clearance, I will pick it up for next year.
The area area your kitchen window looks terrific!! So festive!!


Lee said...

So cute! Wish I have a doily...perhaps I need to go shopping!
Thanks for sharing the great idea!

Lynn said...

omg that is just beautiful!! Thank you for sharing the tip with us and the halloween postcard garland is adorable!!

Cheryl G. said...

Very clever!
Every spider needs a little bling!

Cindy said...

What a cute idea...I think I have everything needed except for a hoop!

The kids and I received the most wonderful package this afternoon. Tori and I squealed with delight at every single thing. You are so sweet and thoughtful. It really made my day!!!

I love WW Josie! She is the ultimate supergirl in my book!!!

Much love and thank you so much once again,

GardenOfDaisies said...

The lace doily as a spider web is a fantastic idea! I just don't know if I can do it here... I am not a spider fan. (We have more than enough of real ones here. Ugh. If you want to hear me shriek, just put me in the same room as a little jumping spider.) So I tend to stick with pumpkins and black cats for Halloween.

KJ@letsgoflyakite said...

I really like all embroidery hoop wall art, this is a great idea!

vivian said...

I love the spider web idea! will have to keep my eyes open for an old doiley.. actually probably have a few somewhere in the bottom of something!
Glad you like the banner! did you notice in one of my last posts that I posted a picture of the pumpkin scones you had sent me?
I had fun swapping with you! might have to become something annual!
have a great day!

katskraps4kids said...

no I had NOT seen this idea yet -and it is SOSOSOSOSOSO cute! your window looks great! tfs! Your newest follower, Karyl

Unknown said...

Cute and creepy! Ha! Very creative...and I love the way you've got different fabrics displayed in the hoops. Thanks for sharing!

Hope In Every Season

Diann said...

This is such a cute idea Kim! I have already added it to my holiday inspiration file! Thank you for sharing with us at TTF and have a great weekend!

Queenie's Vintage Finds said...

Ohh! That doily spider web is awesome!! thanks for sharing that :)
Big hugs,

very merry vintage style said...

Hi Kim! Your glitter spiders are so cute! Love this idea-
Beautiful! Thanks so much for linking up to Share the Love Wednesday link party--hope you'll be back this week!