32 responses to “how to make a mummy doll- osiris”

  1. Jeanene

    What an adorable little creation for a history lesson. They are soooo cute!

  2. Sherry

    How on earth did I miss this?! So cute!!

  3. molly

    oh, this is TOO CUTE!!! I know a certain 5 y.o. who might adore these, Halloween or any other darn time of year.

  4. Ötli

    These are the most beautiful mummies which I have never seen… and adorable too!

  5. Valarie

    This is too cute. I’m putting this on my loveables list. Very fun. We are going to make one of these very soon.

  6. izzy

    Did you do it together with your kids? The product is super adorable!! Thanks for giving such clear instructions! (:

  7. Annie

    So freaking cute!

  8. Amanda

    Now this is a sewing project I can handle! As much as I’d like to be crafty, my sewing is a bit sloppy. This looks like it would hide slop quite well! And sooooo adorable. We are also Skippy John Jones fans–especially Mummy Trouble. “Ba-Da-Bing” kills me every time!

  9. kristen

    Oh I love these!! They look so soft and sweet—especially for a mummy!!

  10. Kimara

    Too, too cute! The snuggliest mummy I’ve ever seen. I’ll be linking on Facebook. Thanks to the smile!

  11. Dianne

    Love the mummies,you are amazingly creative. You inspire me everytime I visit your blog.

  12. sminiatures

    These are so cute especially for learning about Egypt. I am working on one right now, Thanks for the idea!

  13. Rosina

    Oh those are so cute!! Have a happy Halloween :)

  14. Honey

    Oh!!!!!! These are going into our Africa continent bins too!!! A double header post; halloween and Egypt!!! These are awesome!


  15. Kristin

    I have love at first sight! I’ll your mummies any day rather than the dried-up dead version! I like how you incorporated the craft with history, some of those Egyptian stories are so cool. Thanks for sharing!

  16. Lynnette

    Have you ever read SkippyJon Jones in Mummy Trouble by Judy Schachner? “O-si, O-say, Osiris, (clap-clap)”…”Across the room stood the four-thousand-year-old sarcophagus of King Rootin-Tootin-Kitten-Kabootin.” [SkippyJon Jones is a Siamese cat that thinks he’s a chihuahua.]

  17. Robin

    These are so cute!!!

  18. Jessica

    Oh dear…these are adorable. Benjamin loves mummies. Ever since he was 2! It’s a love he did not outgrow–I still remember when he was just tiny & he’d tell the librarians about how the Ancient Egyptians used natron to dry out the bodies! LOL

  19. Our School Time Adventures

    soo crafty. Love it!

  20. Debbie

    “Are you my Mummy?” HA! H! HA! LOVE it. :)

    They are very cute. Oh how I wish I could sew. xo

  21. kristin

    a little bit spooky and a lot of cute!!

  22. Elle

    Thank you. Please email me when the are on etsy:) Thanks.

  23. Dawn

    Ahhh…those are very cute little mummies! You are so creative. My kids would love these.

  24. mandi Barnard

    hey! we’re studying mummies too! we took a wee break to study skeletons, but i think we’ll have to make these today!

    have you guys mummified a chicken yet??? super cool.

  25. Lisa Crowe

    so cute ladies!! i think goose and binky will enjoy making these.
    have a great week

  26. Amanda

    Adorable! (I think I’ve been saying that a lot around here lately….)

  27. Elle

    OMG! I love these. My two year old twins are standing over the my computer looking at these and saying “mommy I love them.” Any chance you will sell these in your etsy shop?