I do craft tutorials all the time here on Jenny Matlock.
It's a tangent thing, really. I am forever going off on a craft tangents. Don't you remember?
OK. Well maybe, technically, I don't always share my craft tangents with you because once in a great while they don't translate quite as well as I think they will from brain to execution.
This one turned out perfectly.
It's about how to make neat spider webs on your windows using an advanced craft technique I have perfected at great personal risk.
OK. Close your eyes and open them when I count to three...
Hey, no peaking!
Look! Look! Isn't this cute, cute, cute!
See that spider down in the right hand corner? Isn't that sweet?
I'm going to do all the windows in the french door and put different colors of spiders in each one.
Won't that be adorable?!?
Now, I know you're ready to get the directions.
OK. Got a pencil?
No, don't be intimidated. I double-durn-guarantee you can do this craft, too.
OK. Ready? Cool.
Here's what you need.
It's important that you get just the right size.
If it's too big it may make the whole window shatter.
If it's too small it may not crack the window.
OK, don't hate me for using any photo-op at my disposal.
I'm a blogger, you know?
And every opportunity, including windows broken by the lawn mower, count as fair game.
But it is kind of neat, right?
I know you'll agree with me. Mr. Jenny didn't think it was quite as cute.