This photo is of a commercial spider frame, and is designed to be placed outside in the garden or in some place where spiders live and work. It is intended as an educational and entertainment device. However, this one costs $23 plus shipping. Based on that, I found it necessary to build my own, and so can you! My first thought was that the spider probably has very little interest in aesthetics. So I made my first one out of scrap wood and a piece of dowel.
I used four pieces of scrap wood and some hot glue and staples. There is no need for dimensions, as the size really is not very important. I turned it into a diamond for my interest, not the spiders. But, I could have used Popsicle sticks or almost anything to make the frame. What would be interesting would be to make one out of an old wire coat hanger. Just bend it into a diamond shape and stick it in the ground near some shrubbery. Mine has been out for a week but no spiders yet. If some reader builds one and gets a good photo of the web, I will be happy to publish the result. Build it and they will come!