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Monday, October 8, 2012

13 Days of Halloween Challenge Day 3 @SCC

Hi everyone welcome to day 3 of the 13 Days of Halloween @ Simply Challenged Challenges... and we have a fun one for you !

Today I created some mummy approved treats for my son's friends using Simply Betty Stamp's London Mummy image..ooh I just love her..and you can get her too by clicking the link at the right and popping over to the shop.
Should you like to make some mummy approved treats of your own just follow the quick tutorial below. Thanks for stopping by and good luck!
Just scroll down and find all the details and the link for today's Day3 challenge called Where's my mummy ?
I made the mummy's using toilet paper rolls...
First choose your treats and put them inside 
Then bend the ends down towards each other try to keep them even so they meet in the middle to close the ends so the treats wont' fall out.

Then add a dab of glue on the roll in the centre and start wrapping..
 I started length wise first to cover top and bottom of tube and started to wrap it around like a mummy...

Then add your googly eyes ....
And to age them a bit I used some brown ink and brushed it on here there to make it a bit more like a mummy and not a band at this point you can add some bling and tag and make your own.
Thanks for stopping by and if you make any let me know I would love to see them...

Here is the challenge for Day 3

Where's my Mommy?

Use gauze and wrap up your creations....Lets create some bootiful projects! I know you can...
I look forward to seeing all your mummy creations....just pop over to or click the badge on the right side of my blog and find all the rules and the spot to link your project...good luck!
For more spooktacular inspiration please follow the links below each DT's image you never what might spook our interest...


Vanessa (aka V'ness, Nessa, oldschool) said...

lol too cute!!!

Corinne said...

Oh Trish this is BEYOND Fantastic!! This is SUPER Fantastic! I just have to do these up for Elliana and Mason! Thank you so much for showing us how you made them!