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Glitter Web

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This is a very simple way to add some glitter to your Halloween spread. Fill a tea cup with treats and use glitter web as a placemat.



Time: 10 minutes (plus 24 hour dry time)
Age: 5-10's, Over 10's
Level: Easy



Materials
Baking paper
Glitter glue in squirt tube

Method

On a flat sheet of baking paper draw a web.



Evenly trace over the sketched web with a glitter tube.
Leave to dry at least 24 hrs.



Carefully peel glitter web from baking paper. The smaller the web, the easier to peel off in one piece without breakage.

#5 to 10s
#Over 10s
#Halloween
#Spider
#Web
#Glitter

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