Do you know the definition of a spider web? It’s a thing you walk into that suddenly turns you into a karate master. Ha! I’ve been known to do that, haven’t you? If you’d like to make some karate-inspiring spider web decorations for around your house this Halloween, check out these 13 spooky tutorials I’ve rounded up. Whether you plan to use your spider webs indoors or out, one of these spider webs DIYs is sure to fill the bill. And for once, you can tell people that you MEANT for there to be spider webs all over your house!

The Crafty Lumberjacks spent less than $3 to make several spider webs out of yarn. Once you get the hang of weaving, it’s pretty easy.

Karen from The Art of Doing Stuff spent only $2 for her spider webs. Of course, you could spend a little bit more and add some fake spiders like she did.

This spider web from eHow can be used outdoors because it’s made with rope. The only knot you need to know is the ol’ overhand knot. Simple but effective!

Megan from My Untangled Life made this spider web using clothesline. I love the great big spider in the middle!

Jessica from How About Orange made her spider webs from trash bags! They’re made similar to how snowflakes are made. Fold and cut as per her great instructions and you’ll have inexpensive spider webs in no time.

Christine from DIY + FYI built a great spider web in her window. She used thick black yarn to make a big impression!

Crystal from A Pumpkin And A Princess put spider webs on a Mason jar and turned it into a spooky candle lantern. She used vinyl cut-outs for her spider webs. Wouldn’t a sidewalk lined with these lanterns look great?

Shelterness provides a free downloadable pdf for this great spider web table runner. Felt is a great fabric to use because you don’t have to worry about fraying raw edges. Plus it’s inexpensive!

Melanie from Crafty Cupboard went one step further with her spider web table runner. She overlaid her felt spider web on orange fabric.That’s a great option, especially if you have a dark kitchen table.

While you’re at it, why not add spider web placemats alongside your spider web table runner? Woman’s Day provides instructions and a template. This placemat is made from black construction paper, but you could also use black felt.

Vanessa from A Fanciful Twist also uses paper to make spider webs. It’s similar to making paper snowflakes, so you know it’s going to be fun and easy.

I have a whole Pinterest board on ways to decorate using embroidery hoops. Here’s an adorable hoop project from Cori of Hey, Let’s Make Stuff. I’m definitely making these spider webs this year. All I need is a can of black spray paint because I have all the other stuff in my craft room.

Delia Creates turned a plain black $5 doormat into this wonderful spider web doormat. Doesn’t it look great? I think Delia loves decorating for Halloween even more than I do!

If you like decorating for Halloween, you’ll love this spook-tacular Halloween tablecloth from Bright Settings. It’s chock full of ghosts, goblins, jack-o-lanterns, black cats and more. The fabric is 70% polyester/30% cotton so it washes up great. It’ll look fabulous on your Halloween table for years and years. It’s the perfect backdrop for all your Halloween decor.