Candy Bar Mummies


This is not a blog where you will find tutorials by me.  If you do happen to see one, then know that it is super simple, super easy, and super cheap!  This is a great Halloween craft to kick off October.
It's so easy the kids could help. (This post originally appeared on Lena B Actually.)

PS:  This wasn't entirely my idea. 
You can see the pin here or
the original tutorial from The Idea Room, here.


Let's get our craft on!

Supplies:
Hersey Bars, regular size, fun size, or jumbo
(whatever you like, and in whatever flavors you like)
Google Eyes (I bought the self sticking ones)
White Crepe Paper
Not Pictured:
Double Stick Tape
Scissors
Steps:
1 - Attach your google eyes
2 - Put a strip of double stick tape the length of the candy bar on the back of the bar.
3- Attach your crepe paper to the tape on the back side of the bar and start wrapping.
4 - Continue wrapping the entire candy bar, don't worry about covering the eyes.
NOTE: I cut the crepe paper in half width wise for the fun size bars.
Now tear away at the google eyes so they peek through.
Super cute, right?

Now you can host a whole family of mummies for Halloween.
I thought that the fun size bars were perfect for little kids,
like toddlers and kindergartners.
That way if I take these to my Mac's preschool class,
the parents won't murder me for the chocolate overload!

Also if you are feeling really crafty, you can make lollipop ghosts with your kiddos.
This is a mini ghost using Dumdums and a napkin.
The perfect little pal for your candy bar mummy!


Happy Halloween friends and get yo' craft on!!



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5 comments:

  1. Super duper cute, Megan! I don't have anyone to give these to yet but I kind of want to make them regardless.

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  2. Too cute and super easy! I'm really going to have to talk to my in-laws about Halloween!

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  3. This is so so cute!! I think this is what I'm going to do for Elijah's class for Halloween. Love it!

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  4. This is so so cute!! I think this is what I'm going to do for Elijah's class for Halloween. Love it!

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