WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2010 | Comments: 5
A white pumpkin is cross-sectioned to reveal a creepy spider's nest.
To make this pumpkin, I sliced off approximately 1-inch from two opposite sides, cored the center, screwed black drywall screws around the edge of the openings, placed a plastic black spider inside and stretched fake spider webbing over the screw heads.
We have a very sunny dining room – this pumpkin sits on our table and catches the light in a really captivating way.
Children love to discover tiny surprises; the openings on either side of this pumpkin allow for both of my kids to peek inside while sitting at the table.