How stinkin’ cute are these DIY Mummy Halloween Treat Cups?
Halloween is right around the corner, and if you are looking for some fun crafts to do with the kids this weekend keep reading!
DIY Mummy Halloween Treat Cups
Get crafty this weekend with the kids and make some cute DIY Mummy Halloween Treat Cups.
These will be perfect for portion control after trick-or-treating too. You can simply give them a few treats in their cup each day.
They could also be the perfect spooky gift for school Halloween parties next week.
The little ones will love getting a spooky cup filled with prizes!
Make Your Own Mummy Halloween Treat Cups
Follow these simple steps to make your own spooky treat cups, then print off the supply list and instructions at the end of the post!
Gather your supplies.
Using the xacto knife, cut out the bottom of the cup.
Using the wide opening, trace one circle for each cup you are making.
Cut out your circles, glue one on the wide opening of the cup, and let dry.
Grab your gauze and cut it into strips.
Glue on the mummy’s eyes and let dry.
Once the eyes are dried, glue on your strips of gauze.
Fill the finished Mummy Halloween Treat Cups with spooky treats & prizes!
How To Make Your Own Mummy Halloween Treat Cups
Gather your supplies listed below and enjoy making this spooky fun craft with your kids!
- Use an X-Acto knife to cut the bottom out of the white paper cup. (adult needed for this step)
- Turn the cup upside down on a piece of white cardstock and trace around the cup.
- Cut the circle from the cardstock and glue to the bottom of the paper cup. Trim off any excess.
- Glue googly eyes onto the paper cup.
- Cut rolled gauze in half.
- Wrap gauze around the paper cup. Overlap to get the best results. Add dabs of glue to hold the gauze in place.
- Allow the glue to dry.
- Add candy and small toys to the treat cups for a fun and spooky Halloween party favour!
If you’re looking for another fun craft, check out these Halloween Story Stones!
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