Get your little ones ‘wrapped up’ in Halloween with this collection of 20+ fun mummy crafts for kids. These are easy and budget friendly! There are ideas for children of all ages – toddlers, preschool, and elementary age.
As Halloween gets closer, you may be looking for some fun, spooky crafts to entertain your kids. Having a theme each year can make Halloween even more memorable for your kids.
One year you could do crafts and treats related to Jack-O’-Lanterns and the next year could be all about skeletons! You could even decorate the house by following your yearly theme.
How about trying a mummy theme this year? Mummies are Halloween characters that I can definitely get behind! Though they do walk a little slowly. BUT they aren’t complicated since they’re just wrapped in gauze . . . which makes these projects pretty easy even if your child has never crafted before.
I’ve found some of the best mummy crafts for kids on the internet and collected them in this list for you! They’re cute. They’re unique. They’re perfect for Halloween activities.
Gather your white paper, yarn, gauze and googly eyes for these fun Halloween crafts your little ones will love! Take a peek at the ideas in the list below.
Mummy Crafts for Kids
If you're looking for some cute Halloween crafts that children are going to love? Try these mummy craft ideas. Kids are going to love these projects, and they're great for littles of all ages.
Pick up a few mini mannequins from IKEA and wrap them in gauze or cheesecloth. Perfect for instant Halloween decorating! Not only that, but IKEA also has some wooden hand models too that can be wrapped. Kids will love this one!
These masking tape mummies are perfect clean crafting fun for even the littlest of crowds! You can use regular masking tape, or if you have washi tape, that could make for some really cute and colorful characters.
Markers and googly eyes can turn bread tags into fun little creatures for Halloween. Isn't this mini size mummy cute? Check out this site to see the other designs she came up with. You won't be disappointed!
Felt, glue, a marker, and a tin can are all you need to make this mummy. It is always great when you can raid your recycling bin for holiday crafts!
Let me know what you think about these projects in the comments. Which was your kid’s favorite? If you liked these mummy craft ideas, you will definitely enjoy these other Halloween crafts that littles are going to love: