How to Make a Mummy Jar

Trick or Treat!!!!??? Check out this great easy to make Mummy treat jar that you Little Trekkers will love!

How to Make a Mummy Jar

What you will need

  • Jar
  • Scissors
  • White paper
  • Black marker pen
  • Green Highlighter
  • PVA glue
  • Sticky tape
  • Bandage

How you do it

  1. Cover the outside of the jar with white paper.

    covering jar
  2. Draw a spooky pair of eyes on to another piece of paper

    monster eyes
  3. Cut out around the eyes and using some PVA glue stick them onto the jar about a third of the way down.

    stick eyes on the jar
  4. Start at the top and work down. Wrap the bandage around the jar, gluing it down as you go. Make sure the bandage doesn’t cover your spooky eyes. Cover the whole jar and then do the same for the lid.

    wrapping with bandages
  5. Once the glue has dried you can fill it full of sweets and hey presto, one Mummy treat jar ready for those little monsters on Halloween!

    finished jar

Our Useful Tips

For Extra Spookiness!!!
  • Make some little Halloween bugs using pieces of polystyrene foam you get in packaging to mix in with your Trick or Treat sweeties
  • Use pipe cleaners to make great hair for your Mummy Monster
  • Scare your friends by hiding some plastic little bugs and spiders in your jar so they get a trick rather than a treat when they try and steal your sweeties (spiders always work well at Little Trekkers HQ)

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