Spider Pumpkin Candle Holder

Looking for some Halloween decorations that will not break the bank? Well then I have a great decoration craft idea for you! This cute spider pumpkin candle holder!!! It is so easy to make and since I had everything but the mini pumpkin on hand, my total out of pocket cost was 35 cents!

Mini Pumpkin
Orange pipe cleaners
Wiggle eyes
Tea candle

Simply “carve” out the pumpkin like you would a large one. Take four orange pipe cleaners and cut them in half to make the eight legs. Twist four pipe cleaners together to make 2 bunches of legs. Next glue on the wiggle eyes. I put the candle in so it was snug and then placed the legs wedged between the candle and the pumpkin and wallah, the cutest darn tea candle holder ever!

I love how cute they are and the fact you can make so many and not go broke. They really do add a festive feeling to any room. This is a wonderful craft we will do year after year. I mean who wouldn’t love a spider (pumpkin) infestation in their house!?!?!

52 thoughts on “Spider Pumpkin Candle Holder

  1. I love this idea. It's cute, it's cheap, and it's super easy to make with my kids. I'd love to have this all over my house. Thanks for sharing such a cute idea.

  2. Hello! I'm going to be featuring you at Meaningful Mama this week and pinning your idea! Thank you for joining us at Mom's Library. I'm hoping you will be linking up this week too.

  3. That's so cute ( and I say that about a spider) ! Pinning it!

    Thanks so much for linking up at Teach Me Tuesday last week. You are very much appreciated. Hope to see you again this week. Starts tonight at 8PM CST.

    Have a great week!!

  4. OMG this is just too cute!! I would like to invite you to my DIY Crush Craft Party which starts at 7pm EST. and is new every Thursday. I'll pin every post!! πŸ˜‰

  5. What a cute idea – Thanks for sharing on the Pleasures of the NW’s DIY party-and don’t forget to leave a comment at the party – Next week’s features that also leave a comment get pinned and tweeted!

  6. Oh! Oh! I love this! We have a few mini pumpkins from our vines that we planted too late that I had no idea what to do with besides use them for decoration. lol

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