If you follow me on Instagram (please do!) you’ve seen me tease about my Halloween front door this year. I took my inspiration from these Elmers Glue Spider Webs I used to decorate my Halloween party a couple of years ago.
Easy Halloween Door Spider Web
As always I started with a $1.00 plastic table cover from Walmart. From there I measured my door and cut the table cover about 2 inches larger than my door so I could tape it on the sides.
After laying it on my kitchen island I used a 1/2″ paintbrush to paint the spider web with the Mod Podge. I worked in sections so it wouldn’t dry before I could get the glitter on.
First I painted the horizontal webs and poured glitter on them. I let them dry about 5 minutes before shaking off the excess and painting the vertical stripes and adding more glitter. Once it was fully glittered and had dried about 15 minutes I took about 2 TBSP of Modge Podge and watered it down with about 1/4 cup of water and sopped that over the top of the glitter with a foam brush to make sure that the glitter wouldn’t just fall off each time the door is opened and closed.
I love it! If you’re looking for other easy Halloween Door decoration ideas, look no further. I’ve got a Frankenstein, Skeleton, Cyclops and Witch Cut-outs that will ensure your house is dressed for Halloween!