Halloween is a great excuse to get creative, and while this year will be different, we can still have fun.
Uni-Chalk markers are great for Halloween crafts, as this project shows. Here we show you how to draw a webbed window for the spookiest of seasons. This spider web Halloween design is really easy but very effective and you can do it in just two steps! Plus when you’re done with it you can just wipe it off with no fuss!
We think Uni-Chalk Markers are perfect for any celebration or event. They are the ideal marker when you need to pull something out the bag for a party and handy for practical stuff too.
The uni-ball Chalk Marker writes on and wipes off non-porous surfaces such as chalkboards, chalkboard painted walls and glass, so making them brilliant for window decorations. They should be every home’s go-to marker for decorating, making signs and writing temporary labels. These markers are so good that bars and restaurants use them everyday. With these chalk pens you can get get the same professional look for yourself in this seasonal window display.
So let’s get drawing…
Draw a webbed window, step 1
This Halloween hack project could not be simpler. To start drawing your spider web window, just take a ruler and a uni-Chalk marker and draw diagonal lines emanating out from the corner of your window.
Don’t worry about being too precise, unless you are the sort of person who likes to measure everything out. If you are that person make markers at set intervals diagonally along the window from the end of your first line, then use your ruler to ‘hit’ those as you draw your lines out.
Draw a webbed window, step 2
Once you have drawn out our diagonal lines, use your Uni-Chalk marker to draw in curves between the lines. Again you can be super precise if you like or, as you can see here, a bit free and easy – it’s totally up to you.
Once you have filled in all the spaces you will have a completed spider web design. See, I told you it was easy.
We have drawn ours in with a yellow and white uni-Chalk Marker but you can use any colour you like. We also opted for the medium PWE-5M bullet tip but if you’d like a more delicate design you can go for a PWE-3M or a more robust thicker web you can go for a PWE-8K – it really does depend on the look you’re going for.
Write on, wipe off
Once you have finished with your spooky spider web window design you can take it off easily. Just spray with a little soapy water, take a sponge and wipe off. Then get a clean cloth to wipe clean.