spider parade

You know I can’t resist a good bottle-cap craft…

The bottle cap stash was coming close to overflowing in its very special under-the-kitchen-sink storage area, so I thought we should make some spiders.

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spider craft1

All you need is some bottle caps (I like these dos equis ones), pipe cleaners, hot glue, regular glue, and googly eyes. Oh, and an enthusiastic spider-loving preschooler.

spider underside
I cut the legs and then hot glued them to the back of the cap.
dos equis spider

Once they dried, I bent the legs out in a spidery fashion and gave them to the eyeball girl.

gluing spider eyes

The eyeball girl then determines exactly how many eyes each spider gets. Some get 2, some 3, some 5, and the less fortunate, just 1.

spider invasion

Then we let them invade our kitchen table. And we put one by the spider paste.

As for spider books, we really like:
Aaaarrgghh! Spider!
Aaaarrgghh! Spider! by Lydia Monks

Do you have any favorite spider books?

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