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Old 08-15-2013, 07:05 PM   #5
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It took a bit of thinking to figure out how to do that! If you look at the close-up photo, you'll see that I poked a hole in the background cardstock in the center of the web and another close to the edge of the page, then threaded the embroidery floss through so that both ends were at the back of the page. The spider is attached to the portion that is on the front of the page. When you pull on one end of the thread, the spider moves forward, and then you pull on the other end so the spider will move back. Let me know if you decide to try this and I can give you a few more tips!
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