Creepy Spider Umbrella


Scare your friends while you carry this creepy spider umbrella from I Love to Create around. You can make this cool Halloween decoration in seven easy steps.


  • Tulip® Glam-It Up™ PDA: Personal Dazzle Assistance
    • 26641 Clear
  • Tulip® Soft Fabric Paint™
    • BI15790 Crimson Red
    • BI15793 Grape
    • BI15797 Lime
  • Umbrella – black
  • Paintbrushes – Liner, Round
  • Small round sponge
  • White chalk pencil
  • Water dish
  • Foil
  • Pattern



  1. Set umbrella in “open” position. Referring to photo as a guide, use chalk pencil to lightly sketch cobweb lines all around umbrella.
  2. Print out spider pattern and flip over to backside. Trace design with chalk pencil then flip back over and place chalk side down onto umbrella. Run hands over paper to transfer spider design in chalk onto umbrella.
  3. Squeeze puddles of each color of Soft Fabric Paint onto a piece of foil. Using Liner brush, paint Lime over cobweb design. Note: two coats may be needed for optimum brightness. Let dry between coats.
  4. Using the Round brush, apply two coats of Grape to spider. Let dry between coats.
  5. Sketch hourglass shape onto spider with chalk pencil, then apply two coats of Crimson Red to hourglass and “button” at top of umbrella, letting dry between coats.
  6. Allow all paint to thoroughly dry, then wipe away any remaining chalk with damp sponge.
  7. Peel crystals from backing and stick onto eyes of spider and all cross-sections of cobweb.


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I think the Spider Web Umbrella is awesome.(I would use it all the time not just on Halloween). I plan to use Spider & Web (similar version)for a cake decoration pattern & Spider Babies (mini version)Cupcakes. Next year I didn't find it early enough. Frankenstein & the cute bug are also cute.


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