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Cardboard Tube Mummies

Cardboard Tube Mummies
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These super cute and fun cardboard tube mummies make great finger puppets.

By Amanda Formaro

What You Need:

  • 1 cardboard bathroom tissue tube
  • 1 sheet white construction paper
  • Scissors
  • White craft glue
  • Multicolored wiggle eyes
  • Glue stick
  • 1/2 sheet of black construction paper

Tip: Colored wiggle eyes are available at your local craft supply store.

What You Do:

Cut a small piece of black construction paper, about 2” x 1.5” and use glue stick to attach it toward the top of the cardboard tube.
Cut a small piece of black construction paper.Using glue, attach paper squares toward the top of the cardboard tube.

Use white craft glue to attach wiggle eyes to the black paper.

Use white craft glue to attach wiggle eyes to the black paper.

Tear white construction paper into strips; reserve the end pieces with the straight edges to use at the top and bottom of the tube.

Tear white construction paper into strips.

Use glue stick to attach the paper strips around the cardboard tube, overlapping as you go. Leave the wiggle eyes and a little of the black paper visible.

Use glue stick to attach the paper strips around the cardboard tube, overlapping as you go.

Cover remaining area with white construction paper and voila!

Cover remaining area with white construction paper and voila!

 

 


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