White sheets (2)
White long sleeve shirt (preferably turtleneck)
Box of 100 tea bags
Some 3-5 gallon buckets
Step 1: Dying the Material to Make It Look Ancient
Put the tea, hot water, and materials into the big buckets and steep for about 2-6 hours.
Take them out, dry them, and you are ready to mummify.
Step 2: Making Mummy Strips
Tear the strips up the length of the sheet. They'll all rip pretty evenly and have a cool frayed edge. You now have your mummy bandages.
Step 3: Attaching the Strips to the Shirt
Once you get to the chest area, cut the inseams of each of the sleeves.
Lay the sleeves down flat, cut some pieces of material out to cover the sleeves, and sew them on.
After you finish the sleeves, sew on strips to the remaining blank parts of the shirt, turn it inside-out, and sew your sleeves back up.
Step 4: Attaching the Strips to the Pants
Lay your pants flat, and cut strips out to cover them.
Start from the bottom and sew the strips up both legs. You can stop when you get to the crotch because your shirt will cover that.
Turn your pants inside out and sew back up your legs.