This post is sponsored by GraphicStock.com.
It has been such a hot summer here, and I have been oh so pregnant, that I am already dreaming of all things Fall! I had this idea for a free printable “pin the spider on the web” game for all of the upcoming Halloween carnivals and parties that you may be throwing, so I set to work designing one! I always loved “pin the tail on the donkey” when I was a kid, so I thought this would be a fun spin on that. Hopefully it will help you in your party planning!
I used a cute spiderweb graphic that I found on GraphicStock.com, and designed the print to be 24″x36″. I had it printed as a 24″x36″ engineering blueprint (you can do this at any copy place or office supply store) and it only cost about $3. This is a much less expensive way to make a huge black and white print than having a poster made. You can download the free print at the end of this post. I used black and white polkadot washi tape to secure it to the wall.
For the spiders, I found a bunch on GraphicStock.com by just typing “spider” in the search box, but the only one that Ella would touch was “the happy spider.” That girl cracks me up. You can do a search and find the ones that will match your party’s theme. There are spiders that are a lot spookier and even some that are different colors (a variety would be a great way to delineate what spider belongs to which child). GraphicStock offers a free 7 day trial, so you can download as many as you want for free…. or you could even design your own print if you find a spiderweb you like better.
Here are a few of my favorites for kids:
You can download them HERE.
Ella couldn’t get enough of this game. We played it over and over and over. And over. You just play it like a typical pin the tail on the donkey game, except whoever pins the spider closest to the center of the web wins!
You can download the 24″x36″ “Pin the Spider on the Web” Free Printable HERE.
You can get your free 7 day trial and download spiders to match your party’s theme HERE. Their images are royalty free so you can use them forever for your different halloween projects too.
If you use this for your Halloween party and post a picture on Instagram, be sure to tag me so I can see!
You may also love these Free Printable Thanksgiving placemats: