18 Cool Mummy Craft Ideas for Halloween

14 Cool Mummy Craft Ideas for Halloween

You are in for a treat today.  I have searched the internet to find what I thought was the best in Mummy crafts for Halloween.  I came up with 18 of my favorite Halloween Mummy crafts.  They are all totally creative and equally creepy.  Some of them are edible, some are meant to be used as decorations and others are actually moveable mummies.  But, I’m sure you will find them all fun and festive.  I hope you have a blast looking at all of these cool mummy craft ideas for Halloween…. I know I did.  So, without further ado…. let’s get started.

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18 Cool Mummy Craft Ideas for Halloween

(1)  Craft Stick Mummy

Craft Stick Mummy

I found this silly craft over at First Palette.  This Halloween Mummy Craft is made out of craft sticks and guaze.  And, the finished item is perfectly creepy for Halloween.  Make a few and put them around the house this Halloween.


(2)  Mummy Candy Holder

Mummy Candy Holder

Are you having a Halloween Party this year?  If you are I have the perfect decorations and party favors for you.  How about making this Halloween Mummy Craft.  It’s a Mummy Candy Holder…. the kids are sure to love it.  Check out Parents for all the craft details.

(3) Printable Paper Mummy Toy

Printable Paper Mummy Toy

Here is a paper toy craft from this site…for a paper mummy. This is very easy to make and a lot of fun to play with. Find out how here.

(4)  Bendable Mummy

Bendable Mummy

Here is a great Halloween craft that is made from an old shirt.  This is a great craft to recycle those old T-shirts.  Got to love recyclable crafts.  You want the craft details?  Check out Family Sponge.


(5)  Mummy Cupcakes

Mummy Cupcakes

Ok, I love the yummy crafts…. the edible ones.  Well, these Mummy Cupcakes are certainly no exception.  They are adorable…. and they look delicious.  Get the entire Mummy recipe at The Craft Patch….. make sure to check it out.


(6)  Mummy Sign

Mummy Sign

If you are looking for an outside Halloween decoration craft…. then you have found it here.  I found this Mummy craft over at Woman’s Day.  It is so terribly cute…. I just adore it.  This craft is for the more mature as there is a Saber Saw being used.   Adult Supervision is a must for this craft.

 (7) Mummy Bowling

Mummy Bowling

My daughter’s Girl Scouts troop made these for a Halloween Fair party they had. The Brownies and Daisies loves playing Mummy Bowling. Find out how to make these out of water bottles here.

(8)  Mummy Cookies

Mummy Cookies

Are you throwing a Halloween Party?  If so, you know that you cannot have a Halloween Party without some Halloween Cookies.  And, Halloween is just not Halloween without some Mummy treats.  So, make sure to check out this Mummy Cookie recipe I found over at Crystal and Comp….. the kids are sure to love them!!


(9)  Origami Mummy

Origami Mummy

Here is a simple fun Halloween Mummy craft you are sure to enjoy.  It is an Origami Mummy.  You simply need some origami paper, googly eyes and magic marker and you are good to go.  Make a few and decorate your room for Halloween.  Check out the entire craft at Activity Village.


(10)  Mummy Pumpkins

Mummy Pumpkins

Check out this awesome Halloween Mummy craft.  It combines two of the most popular items for Halloween…. a Pumpkin and Mummy.  It is just so fitting for a Halloween decoration.  You can see the Halloween craft in its entirety by going to Celeb Baby Laundry.

(11) Bead Pipe Cleaner and Bandages Mummy

Bead Pipe Cleaner and Bandages Mummy

Find out how to make these mummies with movable arms and legs. All you will need is bandages, pipe cleaners, and a bead. Learn how to make these mummies with the following instructions.

(12)  Juice Box Mummy

Juice Box Mummy

If you are anything like me…. you have tons of juice boxes at home.  I always try to come up with crafts that use empty juice boxes because I hate just throwing the empty juice boxes away.  Well, when I found this Mummy craft made from recycled juice boxes I was overjoyed.  Check it out for yourself at Kaboose.


(13)  Mummy Jars

Mummy Jars

This is one of my favorite Mummy crafts i found.  It seems to be really easy, but a ton of fun.  Plus, look at the outcome…. you have these glowing mummy jars that can be placed around the house as a Halloween Decoration.  You can take a look at the craft for yourself over at Crafts reDesigned.


(14)  Mummy Door Hanger

Mummy Door Hanger

This Mummy craft is pretty darn cute.  I found the craft over at TLC and I think it is perfect for Halloween.  It can be put on your front door for all the Trick-or-Treaters to see or simply place it on one of your many indoor doors as an inside Halloween Decoration.


(15)  Aged Mummy

Aged Mummy

I love this Mummy craft.  Do you know why?  Because Craftaholics Anonymous made it look pretty authentic by dirtying up the gauze around the mummy’s body.  I love that.    Make sure to check out her site as she will show you too how to make this Aged Mummy.


(16)  Tissue Paper Mummies

Tissue Paper Mummies

I found this great Halloween Mummy craft over at Happy Hooligans.  And, it is super cute!!  They simply used recycled empty toilet paper rolls and white tissue paper…. and these mummies turned out amazing.  They are perfect for decorating…. the kids will love telling everyone they made the mummies themselves.

 (17) Mummy Trick-or-Treat Baskets

Mummy Trick-or-Treat Baskets

Find out how to make these trick-or-treat baskets – it is a lot easier than you would think. They come out looking really unique and fun. Find the instructions here.

(18)  Egyptian Mummy

Egyptian Mummy

Now, I know this isn’t exactly the kind of Mummy you think of when you think of Halloween mummies.  But, I love this craft and had to include it once I found it.  Check it out over at 123 Peppy…. I think you will like it too.

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How to Make a Handprints T-Shirt

I have a fun keepsake memory craft for you today.  I’m going to show you how to make a Handprints T-shirt.  This Handprint T-shirt craft is perfect for the end of school, birthday party, summer camp or anything that you want to remember your friends from.  All you need are a bunch of friends, a fresh T-shirt and some paint and you are good to go.  So, grab a bunch of your best of friends and the rest of the materials needed and let’s get this craft started.

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(tutorial offered by Laura from Dacian Moon Handmade)


Materials Needed

– white T-Shirt
– paints
– marker (permanent or paint marker)
– paintbrush
– friends


Step 1

Prepare your T-Shirt.


Step 2

You and your friends paint your hands – you can use the paintbrush for that.


Step 3

Place your hand over the T-Shirt and… go!

That is my handprint…

… and the handprints of my 5 friends.


Step 4

You can write a remembering quote on your handprints and, of course, you must sign them.

Let the T-Shirt dry then you can wear it.

Doesn’t this Handprints T-shirt craft turn out amazing?  Imagine how wonderful it will be to wear the T-shirt that you and your friends help make together.  It is a wonderful way to remember your time with your friends.

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How to Make No-Sew Tote Bag Craft from Recycled Old T-Shirts

Who doesn’t have tons of old t-shirts that they don’t even wear anymore? I have tons so I decided to make a tote bag out of one of them. I hate to sew, so I thought of a way to do it without sewing. It landed up being very easy to make. These are so easy to make that you can make a dozen of them to take with you to use instead of plastic or paper grocery bags. Why throw more plastic bags into a trash heap, when you can help the environment by not using these wasteful bags anymore. Follow the easy-to-follow, step by step instructions below.

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How to Make No-Sew Tote Bag Craft from Recycled Old T-Shirts

How to Make No-Sew Tote Bag Craft from Recycled Old T-Shirts

Crafts Materials Needed

– Old T-Shirt
– Scissor

Step 1

Step 1 : Making No-Sew Tote Bags with T-Shirts Craft for Kids

Take out your t-shirt. Cut off the sleeves and a portion of the collar as well.

Step 2

Step 2 : Making No-Sew Tote Bags with T-Shirts Craft for Kids

This is what your t-shirt will look like after you cut off the sleeves and collar.

Step 3

Step 3 : Making No-Sew Tote Bags with T-Shirts Craft for Kids

Now cut slits on the bottom of the t-shirt (going through both sides). Cut each slit about a half inch apart. We are going to use these slits to tie the bottom of the t-shirt together with double knots. If you don’t know how to tie knots, then the instructions below will help.

Step 4

Step 4 : Making No-Sew Tote Bags with T-Shirts Craft for Kids

Step 5

Step 5 : Making No-Sew Tote Bags with T-Shirts Craft for Kids

Step 6

Step 6 : Making No-Sew Tote Bags with T-Shirts Craft for Kids

Now pull the 2 tabs sticking out until it is tight and you have one knot. Now do this process again to make a double knot.

Step 7

Step 7 : Making No-Sew Tote Bags with T-Shirts Craft for Kids

After you have tied all of the slits together, your bag will look something like the above picture.

Step 8

How to Make No-Sew Tote Bag Craft from Recycled Old T-Shirts

This is what your bag looks like with stuff in it. It is very sturdy as this tote bag is filled with very heavy books. I hope that you had fun.

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