These cute little mummy faces are an easy toddler Halloween craft for you to do with your kids.
All it takes is a little painting and gluing to create your own mummy faces at home in just a few minutes.
If you have some leftover paper plates around the house then you may be able to do this whole project without any additional purchases. So rummage around the kitchen pantry to see if you have any of these plates leftover from your last cookout picnic.
How to Make a Paper Plate Mummy Craft
- Small paper plates
- Green paint
- Large googly eyes
- White crepe paper
- Glue Sticks
Step 1 – Paint the Paper Plate
Green is the obvious color choice here, but purple also works well. You can do both and create a nice contrast in your Halloween decoration colors.
You want to completely cover the plates and your kids will have a great time slopping that paint on.
When done, set aside and allow the paint to dry for 5-10 minutes.
Step 2 – Cut Your Crepe Paper Strips
You now need to cut up your crepe paper into long strips that resemble bandages to be wound around the Mummy’s face.
Cut the strips to a length that is about an inch longer than the total width of the plate so you have enough excess to fix them on correctly.
Step 3 – Add the Face
Now its time to glue on the googly eyes that will hide behind the bandages.
Once the eyes are fixed in place you an start adding the crepe paper strips. You want almost complete coverage of the face, but leaving a slit here and there to show the green colors.
You also want the eyes to be visible in part to give off that cute but creepy look peeking through.
Step 4 – Add to Your Halloween Decorations
Now your mummys are ready to be put on display around the house.
They will fit in well amongst many of your classic decorations.
For Other Halloween Craft Ideas
Check out our full list of Halloween craft ideas here where we list 13 great ideas for kids.
These Mummys may not be the prettiest to look at when done, but are a quick and easy Halloween decoration to add to your household before the big night.