To make these you will need pretzel sticks and candy coating. For the Witch Fingers, you will also need almond slivers for the fingernails. I made the executive decision that the mummies didn't need fingernails. They are probably worn away at this point. Or more likely, they are under the bandages. So mummies don't get fingernails. Agreed?
Start by melting the candy coating according to the package directions. If you start with white candy you'll need to mix your own colors. I mixed the ghoulish green coloring for the Witch Fingers. But there are some pre-mixed colors that come as candy drops that you might find useful. I can usually find this sort of thing at Michael's or JoAnn's.
Dip the pretzel sticks in your candy coating and allow the excess to drip off the stick. You will want to add the fingernails immediately if you decide to use them, so they stick to the tip of the finger. Otherwise, you'll need to stick them on with a bit of frosting later. Choose almond slivers that resemble a fingernail shape, or cut them as desired. (I wonder if fingernail snippers would work?) It's not necessary to dye them another color, but it does add another dimension of eeriness to add bloody nails. Just sayin'. Allow to dry on waxed paper. You can put them in the freezer for faster drying.
After they dry, go back and add the knuckles to the fingers. To do this, put some of the frosting in a decorating bag with a round tip (or a plastic sandwich bag with a small hole cut off the corner) and pipe the frosting onto the places where knuckles would be. Circular piping works well for the second knuckle and straighter lines work for the first knuckle. But honestly, you can't really go wrong no matter what shape you try. They are going to look spooky!
Allow to dry.
Display in jars on your snack table. If you want to give these away individually, there are long plastic bags that will hold them nicely. Tie with some Halloween ribbon and they will stay fresh until delivery.