Without a doubt
most people are afraid of spiders and their sticky webs. So,
when it comes to using fake spider webs as Halloween props,
always better when you want to
terrify your visitors!
Extra large spider webs such as
these can be used to create an entire
Spiderweb Man makes the largest
rope spider webs as Halloween props available anywhere. These house size webs
are hand made, extremely impressive and available in five
enormous sizes from twenty to fifty feet in size!
They are made from cotton and
are available in standard or GlowWeb which has been treated
to glow under a black
Almost Giant Spider Web is the smallest web they make, measuring
feet across its diagonal, and has three
The Bermuda Spider Web measures
thirty by thirty by thirty feet and has four anchor points.
When we received our Bermuda GlowWeb, we were very pleased
with both the quality and construction. We used screw-in
metal cup-hooks to anchor two ends
to the house and a tent stake to anchor the third end to the
Itsy bitsy spider, not!
What would a spider web be without a
big, scary spider hanging in it, poised to attack anyone that dares
to approach! A fake
spider can easily be attached to the web using either twist-ties or string. Spider
props of various types and sizes can be found at many
retailers during the Halloween season.
Once the web was up and night
fell, we illuminated it with a dual lamp four foot black
light unit. You will want to position the black light unit so that it's light is directed onto the
surface of the web, but where your visitors cannot see the black light unit its self.
Conceal the cord both for safety and effect.
Available exclusively from
not as impressive as the webs above, Morris
Costumes manufacturers a nine foot diameter spider web made of
4mm white rope and has
loops on each end for easy
While they do make a version with black rope, we only use
the white one for realism.
This size web works well indoors where space is limited, or
outdoors in small areas.
The location for the web has to be large
enough to accommodate the size of the web stretched out.
White cord can be used to
tie off all of the ends of the web to your house, front porch, carport, garage,
between trees, etc.
We secure ours with a staple gun.
We like to hang one of these large
spider webs between
two trees, at a slight angle. From here you can place a large spider prop
on it or
dozens of the small plastic spiders that can be purchased by the bag.
Glow-in-the-Dark Spider Web
article if you want to make
the web glow under a black light.