Start by cutting your stencil and spider on your Cricut machine. Cut the stencil from a stencil material and the spider from felt. Then grab your stencil adhesive as well as masking tape to paint your pillow.
Spray the back of the stencil with the stencil adhesive. Allow to dry. This should dry completely. It will still be tacky but not wet.
Add paper or cardboard to the inside of your pillow cover to prevent bleed through.
Then stick the stencil to the front of your pillow cover. Add masking tape and paper all along the outside to protect from overspray.
Use Testors Fabric Spray Paint over the top of your stencil. Give it a couple of light coats being sure to get even coverage.
Remove the stencil and allow the pillow cover to dry completely.
Remove the paper from inside the pillow cover and add the spider to your web. Just use a needle with embroidery floss to hand stitch down the middle.
Tie off once stitching is complete. Then just add your pillow to the inside to complete your DIY Halloween pillow.