Have you started decorating for Halloween yet? I love decorating my house for every holiday, but my budget doesn’t allow for much spending in the way of non-necessities. That’s why I was so thrilled when Meg of Mega Spooky sent us this awesome, uber-cheap Halloween project. She used coffee filters to make cobweb cutouts, and then she took it a step farther by assembling them into a festive garland. [how to make a coffee filter cobweb garland]
The finished garland is elegant enough to hang in your home, while still being cheap and simple enough to make for school Halloween party decorations. It would also be a great addition to the decor at a Halloween wedding. For larger cobwebs, look for commercial size coffee filters (restaurant supply stores usually carry them fairly cheaply). For miniature cobwebs, try using white cupcake liners instead.
- Coffee filters, $1
- White thread or string, on hand or $1 and up
- Glue, on hand
Total: $1 and up