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Mummy Decorations

by Lucy (follow)
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If you're keen to get into the "spirit" of Halloween, then this activity will be perfect for you. This is quite a macabre activity, which may disturb younger children, or they might get right into it - maybe be a bit sensitive to their reactions just in case. Anyway, it makes for a great scary corner decoration for your next Halloween theme party, and is a lot of fun to put together.



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Suspended mummy


My kids really enjoyed arranging the cob webs and especially spooking dad when he got home from work with this suspended mummy in our living room.

Time: 20 minutes
Age: Any Age
Level: Easy

Materials
Doll
Several bandages
Cob webs (optional)



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Our doll ready to wrap up


Method

Take your doll (any size will work just fine) and begin to wrap its head with bandages.



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Leave a space for the eyes


Leave room for the eyes to poke through for a really spooky effect and continue wrapping down the doll's body and limbs.



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Continue wrapping the body


Once the body is completely covered in bandages, you could leave it there, or place it in a "coffin" (wierd - but it is Halloween after all), or you could string it up in the corner as a spooky decoration using fake cob webs.



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One spooky mummy


Decorate the cob webs with fake spiders and you will be sure to scare a few visitors. Enjoy and Happy Halloween.


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