DIY Mini Mummies Halloween Decoration

DIY mini mummies Halloween decoration!
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Decorating for fall has to be one of my favorite things ever!  The colors and smells are wonderful. But along with fall decor, you have to have a little fun for each of the holidays that come along.  First up is Halloween so that means spiderwebs, Jack-o-lanterns, witches hats, etc.  Here’s a cute, miniature, set of spooks that you can add to your collection!

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What You’ll Need:
Wooden Peg People
White Paint
Muslin Fabric
Glue
Sharpie or Black Paint
DIY mini mummies Halloween decoration!
My little peg people had some previous color, I used to make wedding cake toppers, so I gave them a good coat of white to make them neutral again.  If yours are already plain, you don’t need to do this step.
DIY mini mummies Halloween decoration!
Cut thin strips out of the muslin.  I like muslin because you can make a small snip and then rip the fabric the rest of the way.  I suggest using that method for your strips because it makes a lot of stringy pieces.  Perfect for mummies!
DIY mini mummies Halloween decoration!
Paint the strips with white paint and allow to FULLY dry.  This stiffens the fabric and the threads.
DIY mini mummies Halloween decoration!
Start wrapping and gluing the strips to your peg person until they are covered.  Leave a little window for eyes.
DIY mini mummies Halloween decoration!
Using a sharpie or black paint, give them some eyes.
DIY mini mummies Halloween decoration!

These little spookies are great for decor, Halloween cake toppers, or they could even be the perfect spooky addition to a tiny toy town.

DIY mini mummies Halloween decoration!
DIY mini mummies Halloween decoration!
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    Comments

    Sarah Westover McKenna

    These are so so darling!! Pinned! :)

    Shelley Moore

    These are so cute!

    momprojects

    So Adorable! Too cute to be scary but thats why I like them

    Meg

    These are THE cutest!! I will be trying this DIY! :-)

      prettyprovidence

      I know right?!! We LOVE them!

    Brandee

    Those are so cool. They look easy too. Thanks!

      Kelly - TheNODramaMama

      Thanks Brandee! I’m loving how they turned out and I think the hardest part is waiting for everything to dry! LOL