Halloween Party Games: Mummy Your Mommy

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When my friend Beth asked on Facebook for Halloween party games that could be played at her 7 year old son’s birthday party the usually games were thrown out: apple bobbing, pumpkin decorating etc.

I thought for a minute and then said something like “What about mummy your mommy?” The idea being that they kids would use Cottonelle toilet paper to wrap around the Moms at the party.  I thought it would be a great way to get moms and kids involved in a fun activity together.  The question is, would the kids agree?

I’ll let the photos speak for themselves.

Halloween Party Games

Halloween Party Games: Mummy Your Mommy

First you’ll want to pass out the toilet paper. I recommend Cottonelle Triple Roll, which you can find at Target. If you’re going to be wrapping your Mommy as a Mummy you want toilet paper that’s strong, with lots of sheets.

Halloween Party Games

We handed out 12 rolls of toilet paper and let the Halloween party games begin!

Wrapping toilet paper around a mommy

A little tuck to get things started and they were off.

Wrapping toilet paper with precision

The kids took wrapping the toilet paper very seriously.

Mummifying Mommies


Very very seriously.

Toilet paper straight jacketI

I made the mistake of trying to grab the girls as they wrapped me. They retaliated by wrapping me tighter. Did I mention layers of toilet paper are quite warm and cozy? Who knew?

Toilet papering kids

Why let the Mommies have all the fun, let’s wrap the birthday boy too!

Mummied Mommies

The finished project! Didn’t they do a great job? I don’t think kids ever had this much fun wasting toilet paper!

Want to Mummy your Mommy? Or just pick up some Cottonelle Triple Roll toilet paper?

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About Kerri Jablonski

Kerri Jablonski AKA The Maven lives in Seattle,WA with her 3 kids (2008, 2010, 2013), husband, cat and backyard chickens. Two of her children have special needs. Kerri enjoys cooking, travel, movies and spending time with her family.


  1. Ha ha. Love it!!
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  2. haha fun!
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  3. That looks like so much fun! And it looks like the kids had a blast! What a great idea!
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  4. I’ve enjoyed seeing your funny photos on social media. My kids would go nuts if I let me mummy me. Too cute.
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  5. Love it! But I’m not showing my daughter because I don’t want to give her any ideas….lol
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  6. Looks like a great time was had by all! This brings be back to bridal showers where we made wedding dresses out of paper.
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  7. This is my kids favorite thing to do at a Halloween party. Its their time to laugh and make me look silly. 🙂
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  8. How fun! What a great Halloween game…but now I want to try Cottenelle. We need TP this week anyhow.
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  9. As a kid I went to a bday party for a friend the week of halloween so they had a halloween theme and we mummied each other with TP – it was so fun!
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  10. What a cute game!! You make a very lovely Mummy Mommy!
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  11. How fun! Most of the time we’re busy telling the kids to not unroll half the roll of t.p., so I’ll bet this was extra-fun for them, feeling like they’re getting to do something they’re not really supposed to do!
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  12. It is a great way to get moms and kids involved in a fun activity together.

  13. Happy Halloween to your Family

  14. Oh how fun ! I’m so going to have my kids do this to my wife.
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  15. My kids would love to do this to me. I remember when in my younger days around 8 or 9, doing this at a halloween party but we used duct tape on our teacher.. This idea is much much better and alot less painful. 🙂
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  16. So cute! Love this idea.
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  17. We did this at a party and it was timed. It is amazing just how fast you can get it off the roll! This is great that the kids had so much fun and were involved too!
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  18. What a great way to celebrate the Halloween season! It looks like the kids had a blast!
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  19. So fun, we did this at a few birthday parties for my older kids, it’s constant giggles!
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