Are you ready for Halloween?  Have you started putting together your décor and crafts to make your home festive and fun?  We have a bunch of easy projects to share with you over the next few weeks to get you ready for Halloween!  These are simple enough for kids to do, use as Halloween party ideas or decorate your home with.  Today we have a fun DIY Mummy Candy Cups Halloween craft to share with you.

Here is a fun and easy 5 Ways to Save on Halloween Costumes! Make your own Halloween Candy Cups using just a few items. I actually found all of the items (except empty water bottles) at the Dollar Store.

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DIY Mummy Candy Cups

What you Need:

· Clean Empty Water Bottle

· Gauze (I found mine at Dollar Store)

· Googly Eyes (I found a pack of 125 at my Dollar Store)

· Glue

What to Do:

1. Cut the top off of a used, dry water bottle.

2. Glue googly eyes to the front of the bottle.

3. Attach the end of the gauze strip to the bottom of the bottle. Then wrap around the bottle, leaving a little section open around the eye.

4. Fill with candy!

How cute are these? These will look great decorating your home or handing out to kids as little candy favors at a party, school or just friends in the neighborhood.

My boys are looking for simple crafts to make on their own and have a little Halloween party with their friends this year, I think this will work great for them! What type of 5 Ways to Save on Halloween Costumes are you making this year?

Other Fall and Halloween Posts

5 Ways to Decorate Pumpkins

Fun Fall Fixings 5 Ways to Cook with Apples

5 Ways to Save on Halloween Candy

5 Ways to Save on Halloween Costumes


  • Kim~madeinaday

    Too cute my daughter loved them~! I featured you today on my Spooktacular Halloween Linky Round-up! Thanks so much for sharing on Made in a Day! The Linky is open all month so if you have any more Halloween posts be sure to stop and link them up!
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  • Crystal & Co

    How precious! My boys would love this. These would also be perfect for a Fall party!
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  • iGameMom

    Love it. So cute, and easy! I am featuring it on iGameMom. Thanks for sharing at Mom’s Library.
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  • Alexis

    Super cute! Gauze is a smart idea!
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  • Deauna

    What a cute idea!
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  • Ella

    WOW.. that some round-up of awesomeness!!! These ideas are so pretty and meaningful.These are great piece andI will adapt the tutorial to my own piece! Love it!

  • aprila

    such a cute idea. The kids would have fun making these

  • nicole

    Visitng from the HOP, i love this idea so cute! thanks for sharing a must try. 🙂

  • Jill

    CUTE!! This is a wonderfully refreshing candy container idea. I think I might try this for my Halloween candy this year. Thank you for linking up this week to the Thoughtful Spot Weekly Blog Hop 🙂
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  • Coco in the Kitchen

    Just too cute. I love this, especially to get the really li’l ones involved.
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  • Aida

    What a cute idea! My five-year-old will love this craft. I think we actually have all the supplies (even the gauze!). Thanks for sharing!
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  • Sarah

    These are so cute, Chrissy!!
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  • Louise Houghton

    Hi Chrissy. Love love love your blog! I, too, have two active boys one just seven and one six at the end of January – but growing up fast! I always set a little Halloween party for my boys. I would love it if you would check out my blog some time to see their party table and my decorations. It is nowhere near as professional as yours but I just love sharing and blogging about my own experiences and love to follow others to get great hints and tips. Louise.xx

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