Here is how I tried it and not perfect but a start:
If there is a spider it the web, touch i with s blade of grass for it to leave.
Hold White Spray paint about a foot away and lightly spray the web.
With Black Matte heavy card stock, gently get under the web and lift it onto the paper, Straight Up!
Let the paper dry for two days before touching it.
Oh la la! Well, I just got pieces at it stayed attached to the sides
I could got get the complete orb but I got strings of it.
That is satisfactory for me. And, I will keep trying now and then.
They will be good backgrounds for my nature findings.
Try it yourself and see how they turn out!
Here is a web before I sprayed it and after spray before I collected the web
I added it to the long black piece that was not completely covered.
It was really pretty large to get under one piece of paper anyway as I cannot get directly underneath it.
I was going in from the side to collect what I could and it distorted the web but I still ran my paper under it and pulled straight up by the way, yes, Pull straight up!
I have been working on cleaning off my porch to hang our under the porch hammock, we have one in the yard but it has rained so often here it just stays wet.
My husband got in it to read and of course Emma and Bailey wanted to be close to him. I sit in the chair a lot in the mornings to look at our wall of nature growing and stones. I took the stone photo in the rain, they just shine when wet is why I love them so.
Do you see the heart stones in the second photo?
I am still finding the chocolate covered mushroom rosettes ( Deceptive Craterellus) growing across the street in the forest.
They are so pretty to me.
We also have many Amanita Mushrooms growing in our yard,
As I walked up the hill to my neighbors house, I really freaked out when I saw these, they are the size of saucers and plates ( yes!) I should have had a ruler with me, and they cover maybe 5 feet of ground space or more. I did not get them all in the shoot.
I think I will be returning here for more. pictures! And more morning photos an inch size mushroom under the spider web
Teeny Tiny mushroom growing on the beautiful moss
These are pod sprouts on a nearby forest tree
Thanks for going with me on my morning walk today!