Halloween is a popular holiday for decorating. Make this cute pool noodle mummy craft with a few simple supplies. It’s easy and fun!
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Easy DIY Mummy Craft Made with Pool Noodles
Decorate for Halloween using pool noodles! Did you ever think about the versatility of a pool noodle?
You can make Frankenstein, a bat or a spider.
Or you can make a Pool Noodle Mummy craft like this one.
These easy instructions will walk you through it.
Believe me, this is probably the easiest one of all the Halloween projects I’ve done so far!
How to Make a Mummy using a Pool Noodle
You only need a few things for this project.
White noodles might be hard to find in the store, but you can order them from Amazon.
They will come in handy later in the year, too, when you use them to make Christmas crafts.
(I’m still working on those, but don’t worry, we’ll have them up on the website for you in time to make some fun things for Christmas!)
You could also use white pool noodles for the purpose intended… swimming. 🙂
So, here are the things you’ll need for this Halloween craft project.
Tissue, Toilet paper or Gauze
Knife with Miter box (if you have one)
Cut the white pool noodle into a 4-6 inch piece using a serrated knife.
If you’ve never cut a pool noodle and are wondering how to do it, you can read this article: How to Cut Pool Noodles for Crafting.
Wrap the noodle with the tissue, toilet paper or guaze, leaving a little opening for the eyes.
Glue the ends to the noodle and tack it in several places if it doesn’t want to stay put.
Glue on the googly eyes.
And there you have it. This Halloween craft is really simple!
Are you ready?
So, what are you thinking? Are you going to try this pool noodle mummy craft project? It’s a really easy project and the kids will love it!
This would even make a cute Halloween craft project for a daycare class or preschool!
If you find a way to recycle or repurpose your pool noodles, show us a photo on Instagram with #diynoodles or share your photo on our Facebook page.