and the Krylon Paint you’ll want to have on hand
and here’s how you can create your own
Creepy Crawly Halloween Canvas
Glitter Blast your spiders in the color of your choice, I chose Orange Glitter Blast, let dry.
Using Black Krylon spray paint, mark out the areas you would like for your spider webs, let dry.
Spray one side of your spider web stencil (I used a spider web cut-out purchased from the Dollar Tree) with Easy Tack Repositionable Adhesive.
Place spider web over the black paint and coat the entire canvas with White Dual Paint + Primer, let dry.
Layout the words Creepy and Crawly with your Chipboard Letters and paint with several light coats of the white paint.
Position your letters on canvas using a ruler and glue down.
Draw a straight line onto canvas using a paint pen. Glue Spider to canvas.
I just love how this Halloween Canvas turned out! My daughter is already trying to claim it for her room.
But I think it looks rather cute here in the living room….
With my Creepy Crawly Halloween Vignette!
Next week, I’ll share how to make this fun Glitter Blast Spider Web Bling Pumpkin!
Here’s some other fabulous Krylon Paint Projects from
Be sure to head over and see what they came up with using fabulous Krylon Products!
Also, check out our “Krylon at Halloween” Pinterest Board
or be inspired by the fabulous projects in Krylon’s Projects in a Can.
Krylon is also having a sweepstakes called “Make it Gr8 in 8” where you can submit a quick fix for a chance to win great prizes.
Thanks for creeping and crawling with me here At The Picket Fence!
Eclectically Vintage says
Glitter blast is amazing – I think I may need to get it in every color!
You really know how to spin a web of craftiness!
Finding Home says
I just saw the glitter blast in the store the other day and was wondering what I could do with it and now I know!
Beth@Unskinny Boppy says
Heather this looks SO cute! That glitter blast is so pretty. Great job on this one! 🙂
DIY Show Off says
Adorable, Heather! I love it! Definitely have the glitter blast sitting on hand. Must give it a try!
Jennifer Rizzo says
So SO cute~! I love the Pumpkin and the sweet canvas!!!!
Yvonne @ StoneGable says
Heather, this cute canvas is cute… but even more… it is very upscale!!! I would hang this in my home! LOVE it!!!! Great tutorial… thanks!!!!
Kim @ Savvy Southern Style says
Great looking project. I love the letters being white.
Savvy Seasons says
Super cute project, love it! You make it look so easy. Thanks for sharing! XO ~Liz
What a fun Halloween decoration…this would be super cute in our playroom. The “creepy crawly” just tops it off!
Linda @ it all started with paint says
Okay, I’m seriously in love with that glitter spray paint! Seriously! How cool. And your canvas and vignette is the perfect mix of creepy but not at all skin crawly. I mean, who would be afraid of a glitter spider?
Hi Heather! Oh, this is so cute! How in the world do you think up these things? I love it and you’re the best!
Hi Venessa, I wanted to thank you so much for your sweet kind words to me and they mean so much.
You both are the sweetest ones,
Heather SettingforFour says
Love this project – you guys are so creative! That glitter spider is the cutest! I am featuring your DIning Room makeover today on my blog – thanks so much for linking it up to the Traditions Thanksgiving Linky Party! https://www.settingforfour.com/2012/10/features-from-week-1-thanksgiving.html
What a cute project!
Amanda @ Serenity Now says
Too much fun! That glitter blast is lovely. I really like the vignette. 🙂
This is really cool! c: