Spider Web Craft Paper Table Runner with Spider Confetti

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Spider Web Craft Paper Table Runner with Spider Confetti

As I prepped my front room of the house for a fun-filled Halloween themed party room I knew I wanted to make the kids table more exciting than just a roll of craft paper on the table. That’s when I remembered I received a really cool spider web and spider punch last year for the 12 Month’s of Martha box. So I dragged the exersaucer to the front room, placed Ryder in it and I went to punching town. Once you get the hang of lining up the punch with the paper this goes by very quickly! I love how a simple punch can really transform the details in a table.

Learn how I made this super easy Spider Web Craft Paper Table Runner with Spider Confetti in less than a half hour.

Supplies:

  • Craft Paper
  • Scissors
  • Martha Stewart Crafts Edger Punch, Spider Web
  • Martha Stewart Crafts Spider Punch
  • Assorted purple card stock
  • Double Sided Tape

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First, lay out the craft paper, and cut it to the length of the table. I cut it a little longer than the table so I could tape it down on the ends.

Spider Web Craft Paper Table Runner with Spider Confetti

Punch the corners.

Spider Web Craft Paper Table Runner with Spider Confetti

Then line it up and begin punching the edges.

Spider Web Craft Paper Table Runner with Spider Confetti

This is what it will look like when it’s done!

Spider Web Craft Paper Table Runner with Spider Confetti

Next up, grab some paper to make the spider confetti. I used a bunch of scrap paper in various shades of purple! It was a great way to use up scrap paper.

Spider Web Craft Paper Table Runner with Spider Confetti

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Spider Web Craft Paper Table Runner with Spider Confetti

Set out some crayons for the kids to doodle on the Spider Web Craft Paper Table Runner. They will think it’s so cool they can color on the “table cloth”.

 Disclaimer: I was not compensated to create this project–I just received product that I love and want to share with our readers. 

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