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Making a Mummy Pringles Can


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September 18, 2013

mummy pringles can 2These quick and easy Mummy Pringles Cans are a great way to "dress up" some snacks for your Halloween party!

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Supplies:

  • Pringles can
  • white paper
  • clear tape
  • gauze (or cheesecloth strips)
  • scissors
  • googly eyes
supplies
 

Steps:

  1. Wrap the Pringles can in white paper, securing it in place with tape. I used one full sheet and a strip to cover it completely.
  2. tape on strip of paper
     
  3. Trim off any excess paper along the bottom of the can.
  4. trim off excess paper
     
  5. Tape the end of the gauze to the back of the can.
  6. tape gauze to can 1
     
  7. Wrap the gauze around the can from top to bottom and then back up to the top, covering any empty areas. Cut off the extra gauze and secure the end with tape.
  8. wrap can with gauze 1
     
    tape end of gauze
     
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  9. Towards the top of the can, gently push the gauze out of the way to make room for the eyes. Adhere the eyes with glue or a small rolled up piece of tape.
  10. adhere eyes
     
  11. Pull at the edges of the gauze to give it a ragged look, if desired.
  12. finished can
     
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September 26, 2013

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