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Green Spider Yellow Spider Orange Spider. Pet spiders for teens

As leaves are changing colors from green to yellow, and orange. I have made up these three large spiders into Autumn handmade spiders. These handmade spiders are in the colors of pea green, lemon yellow and a subtle orange.

I have painted each spider with gloss enamel paint in the colors of the glass gem which is their body. I then painted the legs with a white gloss enamel paint for contrast.

Make these handmade spiders part of your everyday decoration. Display them on your kitchen window sill or on a ledge with some moss and a branch.

They are ornaments not toys for children.

These handmade colorful spiders are made of 20 gauge copper wire and an opaque glass gem.

Each spider measures: 3 1/2 inches from side to side and 3 1/2 inches back to front. (8.9 cm and 8.9 cm) They stand 1 1/4 inches from the surface they rest on. (3.17cm)

All the copper wire spiders and spider web designs in this shop will make your decorating very special and unique.

A spider sticker will accompany this order.

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  • Handmade item
  • Primary color: Green
  • Secondary color: Orange
  • Holiday: Father's Day
  • Materials: copper wire, glass gems, solder, enamel paint
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 224 reviews
  • Favorited by: 1294 people

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