If this was a post on how to clean dingy old sheets, this cute little mummy wreath would not have been made for Halloween this year. Instead of using bleach to whiten, this sheet set was shredded to make a series of mummies peeking through to watch approaching visitors. What to find out how to make this wreath in about 5 minutes? Read on...
Supplies: wreath form, old sheet or cheese cloth, large wiggly eyes, hot glue gun & hot glue.witch wreath I made last year for Halloween). What I liked about making this mummy wreath was just wrapping the form with torn strips of sheet. It isn't glued down, pinned down or permanent. You could easily reuse this wreath form after Halloween by just untying and unraveling the strips of sheet.
Then I spaced 5 sets of wiggly eyes around the wreath.
The eyes are secured with a dab of hot glue behind each wiggly eye.
Then I tied more sheet strips to hide the wiggly eyes.
To hang the wreath, I used a long strip of sheet and looped it around the wreath.