Eek! A tutorial!

Here's a quick tutorial on how to draw your own spider webs. I usually don't like to purchase Hallowe'en stamps because I don't customarily give out cards for the occasion, but I own some a bunch, but one stamp I've never purchased is a spider web. I've seen a few, but I never know what size I will need, so I just draw my own.. Here's how I do it.

I used a Quickie Glue Pen and Glitter Ritz glitter in Black.

Step 1) Draw a tiny circle, and some lines coming out of it.

 
2) Draw arcs in between every line. Don't worry about symmetry. It will all work out!
 
 
3) Repeat and serve! Just kidding.. repeat until you think it looks good! ;)
 
4) Because I used a glue pen, I'll add glitter, and I'm done, but if you use a pen, step three is your last step! So douse the drawing with glitter:

 
And NOW you can serve! Serve up a stunning card or project, that is! Here's a couple examples of how I used this technique:


Have fun, and show me your projects too!!

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15 comments

  1. Tobi,
    Brilliant, creative, fun cards.
    Keep up the wonderful work.
    You inspire me!

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  2. Tobi, your work is amazing! I sure enjoy looking at your blog and the stuff that you do. You are very gifted. LOVE IT!

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  3. very cool. thanks for the tips!

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  4. Great stuff you got here, Tobi!! So we are both jazz musicians and music educators....how cool is that!!! Thanks for sharing your art!!
    -t

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  5. awesome! thanks for sharing this technique!

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  6. awesome! love both projects and your easy peasy tutorial on spiderwebs- thanks!!

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  7. found you at jenn website. That was a quick fun way to do spider web. Thanks for sharing!

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  8. How FUN!!! I love this! That little bag is TOO cute, by the way!

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  9. Stunning! Love this gorgeous layout and your spiderweb is perfection! I loves me a glue pen and you have ROCKed it! Did you know you could add embossing powder onto quickie glue and heat it? :O) (I'm obsessed with that, LOL)

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  10. Neat!! Thanks for sharing!! ;-]

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  11. Oh my gosh, this is adorable. This may be the ONLY time I will ever admit that I "like" a spiderweb!
    LeAnne

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