It’s a ‘Wrap’ to make a Mummy Candle!

It’s a ‘Wrap’ to make a Mummy Candle!

It is a snap or actually a ‘wrap’ to make a mummy candle…


All you need are these few supplies:

  • inexpensive ginger jar candle (mine was $3.99 on sale );
  • rolled gauze or cheese cloth;
  • black felt;
  • 2 googly eyes;
  • 2 buttons;
  • glue



  • remove label from the candle (I submerge the candle in a small pot of water & let sit…after awhile it peels off easily)
  • wrap the gauze or cheesecloth around the candle & secure with glue in several spots;
  • let glue dry;
  • choose buttons to go under the googly eyes;
  • glue eyes to buttons & let dry;
  • cut felt into 6 strips – about .5 inch long & .25 inch thick;
  • glue eyes on tucking them under the gauze or cheese cloth just a bit;
  • glue on XXX for mouth.


Here is the before & after candle make over…(’cause I know you LOVE a good B & A! )


Wow…now wasn’t that easy?!  I tricked mine out with a bit of chain twined with a ripped length of white cotton.  You can add something to the top too, but that is optional.  The mummy really doesn’t need any more embellishment.  I used red translucent buttons, which look like they are glowing when it is lit.


Great craft for kids, fun hostess gift for a Halloween bash or for your own decor.  These are so inexpensive and easy to make why not wrap up a bunch & put them on the window sill on Halloween night…

Love visiting here at Live Creatively Inspired!  I hope I have, in some small way, inspired you to get creative.  If so, & you like what you see come on over to My Soulful Home and visit awhile. You can also find me on facebook or  pinterest.

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  1. What an adorable idea! The mummy candle turned out so cute, and I love how easy it is to make. Thanks so much for sharing, Kelly!
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  2. Great Guest Writer :

    Thanks Sharon! I appreciate yo having me here at LCI.

  3. the first thing I said when I opened the post was…”ahhh, so cute!” And, my granddaughter asked if we could make one right now. See you…off to make the mummy candle

  4. 🙂 This is adorable!!! I will have to tell my sister to come by and check this out so she can make this with my niece!
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