Spider Web Pennant

Good Evening!

I have another Halloween project for you today, this time it’s a Spider Web Banner complete with little sparkly spiders. Perfect for any Halloween parties that you may be holding or simply to decorate your home for the spooky season.

I cut my Spider Web Pennants from some black card and threaded them with some black ribbon, I got 3 pennants from one piece of a4 card and they are actually a reasonable size (approx 7.5 inches tall) so you don’t need to use a ton of card stock for these:

Spider Web Pennants 1

To make my sparkly spiders, I cut some narrow strips of black card for the legs and ran a sakura glaze pen over them to add some shine then popped one of the 12mm black sparkles on for the body:

Spider Web Pennants 2

Here’s your Free Cut File – Formats include ai, dxf, gsd, mtc, pdf, studio & svg:
(click on the link below the image to download)

Spider Web Pennant by Bird

Spider Web Pennant Digital Cutting File by Bird

24 thoughts on “Spider Web Pennant

  1. Paula Gale

    Thank you so very much for these Bird – they’re great and just the ticket!!!

    Love how you made spiders from those sparklies – so glad they don’t look like false widows – I fed up of hearing about those – mainly because they give me the creeps and there’s loads of hype about them… I’m sure that they won’t be choosing these webs to go on though!!!!

    Thanks for the file – as always
    Paula x x x

    1. Bird Post author

      Oh I know, I wouldn’t like to come across one that’s for sure! Just the thought makes my skin crawl!!

  2. Pat Hall

    Your the best. I loved the haunted house and did make it for my Grandson. I might try to cut some pendants for the inside of it. Probably to small but nothing ventured nothing gained. Love,Love your work.

  3. Brenda Seek

    I have to say thank you. Your site is fabulous. I have a Cameo Portrait on order and have been cruising the web looking for free cutting files. I hit the Mother Lode with your site. I enjoyed going back in time, all the way to the changing diapers with a gas mask on (and so cute since it was true). It was interesting to see how your techniques and card style evolved through the years, even if I was looking backwards. I put you in my RSS feed, so that I will never miss another goodie. You are amazing and generous.

  4. D~DesignsByDragonfly.blogspot

    I LOVE this!
    Thanks for sharing!
    I LOVE how you add the Studio files.
    I do not have the designer edition so having the Studio file makes it so much easier to play with your wonderful creations.
    Crafty hugs,

  5. Dana

    Thank you so much! I really really love it! It’s so perfect for a halloween party!!!! You do such beautiful work; it is so generous of you to share with all of us.

  6. LIZ B.

    I want to thank you for your wonderful cuts. I have been meaning to send you a donation long before now. It’s not much, but I hope you can use it.

  7. Susan

    Great project idea! Thanks for sharing the cut files. We are sharing your post on our Facebook page today, hope it’s ok! :o)

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