Cheesecloth Mummy Lanterns
These Cheesecloth Mummy Lanterns were so fun to make and were incredibly easy to put together. Chances are you most likely have all the supplies sitting in your house, if not, just head on over to the dollar store. I am thrilled to be joining a group of talented bloggers who are also sharing a Halloween DIY or Craft project, hosted by my friend Krista from The Happy Housie.
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Medical Gauze or Cheesecloth
Battery Operated Candle or LED String Lights
Some type of Adhesive (tape or hot glue works great)
Cut the cheese cloth in strips.
Wrap your Mason Jar up with the Gauze, crossing back and forth to give it a mummy effect.
Warm up a cup of tea and use the tea bag to “age” the cheese cloth.
Adhere the gauze in certain areas so it doesn’t slip off. Continue covering the jar but make sure you don’t wrap the jar too much, you want to make sure the light will come through.
Add Googly Eyes
Place the string of light or battery operated candle into the jar.
Make sure to get the kids involved in this craft, they will love creating these fun mummy’s!
Take a look at all of the incredible crafts from my talented friends, there is something for everyone.
DIY Black & White Sharpie Pumpkins at The Happy Housie
DIY Halloween Doormat at Lolly Jane
DIY Felt Bat Pillow at Paint Me Pink
Spooky Glam Halloween Dollar Store Wreath at The DIY Mommy
DIY Lighted Halloween Sign at Confessions of a Serial DIYer
Tips & Tricks for DIY Hand Lettered Pumpkins at Lemon Thistle
Scrap Fabric Lighted Halloween Garland at Clean and Scentsible
Polka Dot Pumpkin Lanterns at Finding Silver Pennies
Cheesecloth Mummy Lanterns at My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia
Decorated Baby Boo Pumpkins at Town and Country Living
Spooky Wispy Halloween Wreath at A Pretty Life
Halloween Cloche DIY at Deeply Southern Home
DIY Creepy Halloween Floral Arrangement at House by Hoff
Easy & Elegant Halloween Wreath at Hallstrom Home
Glam Halloween Mask at Summer Adams
Crow Halloween Wreath at So Much Better With Age
Thanks so much for stopping in today!
Very fun! These would be great lining a walkway! XO
Excellent, fabulous, gorgeous idea. Did I say, “all so fun”. Thank you so much for sharing. I will be making a few od these
Thank you so much Ivory!
My kids would love this! This is darling. Happy Halloween
These are so cute and I do have the supplies already on hand. Thanks for being a part of the Halloween Hop.
Thanks for having all of us! xo
What a fun twist on a lighted jar! Love it
Thank you Leslie, so sweet of you to stop by!
Oh my gosh, Kristin! These are amazing. I want to make a whole bunch and line my driveway with them.
Thanks Jamie 🙂
Such a fun idea Kristin! I’d love to line my front step with them!