Needing a last minute game idea for you Halloween or harvest party? This spider corn hole game might be just what you hoped to find. We have been all about spiders around here as we are preparing for my daughter’s spider themed harvest party at school. I have brought you spider fact printable cards, spider guts squeezable applesauce, spider juice boxes, mini spider donuts and spider eggs. This spider game will continue the theme and can be made with any standard corn hole game.
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You will also find that I often transform a corn hole board into both a harvest themed game or a photo booth for the kids. This is no different. I simply changed the board and bean bags to make it spider themed.
Materials Need to Make a Spider Corn Hole Game
- GoSports Regulation Size Wooden CornHole Set Includes 8 Premium Bags, Wood/Natural
- Duck Brand 299006 3/4-Inch by 60 Feet Utility Vinyl Electrical Tape with Single Roll, Black
- Cornhole Bags (Set of 4):: Choose Your Colors (Black)
- Big Bright Buttons Arctic White 50 Pack
- Needle and Thread
- Black Fabric
- Tulip Dimensional Fabric Paint 4oz Puffy Black
How to Make a Spider Corn Hole Game
Using black electrical tape, add a big X from corner to corner. Next, add a piece of electrical tape horizontal through the center. Starting toward the center point, make hexagons with the electrical tape, getting larger as they go out. Use scissors to cut pieces as you go. Press down. This is really simple and took me less than 10 minutes to complete.
Sew 8 legs onto a black bean bag. I used a cotton material similar to the kind you would use to make sweat pants. My daughter’s pants had just been ripped with a big hole, and the material was perfect, so I just cut strips off the legs of her ripped pant to use. I then sewed two white buttons for the eyes. I added black puffy paint to the center of the button for the eye balls. The spider was complete.
I’m sure the kids are going to have a great time playing spider corn hole at the party. these were fairly easy to make and yet add another fun element to our spider theme.