You’re going to love this String Mummy Halloween Art for Kids! It’s the perfect way for them to be creative in a spooky and silly way! The best part? Once they’re done, they’ll be able to display as fun Halloween decor as well!
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String Mummy Halloween Art for Kids
This is a great activity for the kids to do because it’s one that they can complete on their own. A lot of times, crafting can get overly complicated – and who has time for that?
Using string to make art is great for teaching the kids that art can come in all different shapes and forms. Yes, you can draw and paint with art, but string and other objects are beautiful and lovely as well.
Is yarn a good craft material?
It is. Yarn is not only pliable, but it can hold its shape as well. That means that the kids will work on their fine motor skills with wrapping, tying, and gluing and learn all the various ways that they can use yarn!
Tips for making a String Mummy Craft
The biggest tip for making this Halloween craft is that the kids need to be sure to have the yarn wrapped tightly so that it doesn’t fall apart. This is the best way to keep that mummy looking like a mummy without any issue!
Wrapping the yarn around the googly eyes is also important as it helps to hold them in place. Even though you are gluing them, the yarn is just securing them as well. No one wants those google eyes to fall off!
Even though mummies are typically white in color, let the kids have fun and use different colors of yarn as well!
MATERIALS needed to make a yarn mummy for Halloween
Just gather up the simple crafting supplies below to get started!
- Black-colored paper
- Template provided
- Googly eyes
- Double-sided tape
- Glue gun & stick
How to make a yarn mummy
Step 1: Print the template provided and cut it.
Step 2: Paste it into the black-colored paper, and cut it.
Step 3: Attach the googly eyes.
Step 4: Cover the yarn around it until it covers all, but leave the eyes open, and you’re done with your mummy craft this Halloween.
Why is my yarn not staying put?
Make sure that the kids are wrapping it tight enough! It doesn’t need to be so tight that it’s causing the paper to wrinkle, but it does need to be tight enough that it holds in place. If all else fails, add some tape and glue to hold it.
Fun ways to share this Halloween mummy craft
This would be a super cute decoration for the windows and doors or fun to hand out to the kids that come to the house to trick or treat!
It’s also just a super easy Halloween craft that is great for putting everyone in the spooky spirit!
More Halloween fun
- ● Black-colored paper
- ● Template provided
- ● Yarn
- ● Googly eyes
- ● Double-sided tape
- ● Glue
- ● Glue gun & stick
- ● Scissor
Print the template provided and cut it.
Paste it into the black-colored paper, and cut it.
Attach the googly eyes.
Cover the yarn around it until it covers all, but leave the eyes