Mummy Spoon

Mummy Spoon



  • Paint the back of the bowl of a white plastic spoon an icky green color.  Spray with a clear acrylic sealer.

  • Place a lollipop in the bowl of the spoon.  Line up the lollipop stick with the spoon handle and scotch tape together.

  • Tear muslin into about 1/2" to 3/4" strips, across the width of the fabric.  Wrap fabric strips around spoon in mummy fashion, leaving a small rectangular at back of spoon for mummy "eyes".  Keep wrapping entire spoon until the desired body size is obtained.  (About three to four strips of 44" material are needed, depending on width of strips.)

  • Leave the very tip loose so that it can be pulled to open, but secure right next to end with a tiny dab of glue.   Pin until dry and then remove pin.

  • Use a Sharpie marker pen to put black dots for eyes peeking out of the green opening.

  • Print poem here.  You can attach with a black ribbon tied around neck and in a bow.  Or thread ribbon through a hole in poem tag and then safety pin to mummy.

  • p.s. I thought it would be cute to add a black bow but my 6 year old grandson couldn't wait to open it.  He thought it was the coolest and unwrapping it was even cooler!