Halloween Treats – Popcorn

Your kids will love making these easy Halloween treats to give to their friends, classmates, neighbors or teachers.

Your kids will love making these easy Halloween treats to give to their friends, classmates, neighbors or teachers.

For special friends and family, the kids and I like to make unique Halloween treats. I don’t always like grabbing a bag of candy and giving it away, nor do I like to package a homemade goodie we made in the kitchen. Instead, I go semi-homemade and we work together to make these fun Halloween popcorn treats!

Your kids will love making these easy Halloween treats to give to their friends, classmates, neighbors or teachers.

You’ll need a few items to make these super-cute Halloween treats:

  • microwave popcorn, unpopped, left in the plastic wrapper
  • various colors of card stock
  • google eyes
  • white glue or glue stick
  • black marker
  • clear tape
  • paper trimmer with scoring blade

*Make sure you measure your microwave popcorn package before cutting your paper. Each brand of popcorn varies in size just a bit.

Your kids will love making these easy Halloween treats to give to their friends, classmates, neighbors or teachers.

To Make a Ghost Halloween Treat:

  1. Trim a white piece of card stock to 7.5″ x 11″ using a paper trimmer. Add waves to one edge of the 11″ side with scissors.
  2. Using the scoring blade, score your paper (along the 11″ edge) at 3″, 3.5″, 7.5″ and 8″.
  3. Use a black marker to write a face onto your ghost. Add google eyes with white glue.
  4. Wrap the card stock around the package of microwave popcorn and attach it with clear tape. Then seal the card stock with white glue.

Your kids will love making these easy Halloween treats to give to their friends, classmates, neighbors or teachers.

To Make a Witch Halloween Treat:

  1. Trim a piece of green card stock to 7.5″ x 11″ using a paper trimmer.
  2. Using the scoring blade, score your paper (along the 11″ edge) at 3″, 3.5″, 7.5″ and 8″.
  3. Cut 2 pieces of orange paper, about 2″ long and any desired width. Use scissors to create fringe.
  4. Cut one piece of black paper to 3.75″ x 5″ and one piece to 1.5″ x 7″. Cut the large piece using scissors to make a triangle. Attach to the long band to make a hat.
  5. Attach the hat and hair to the green paper using white glue.
  6. Add eyes with white glue and draw a mouth with a black marker.
  7. Wrap the card stock around the package of microwave popcorn and attach it with clear tape. Then seal the card stock with white glue.

Your kids will love making these easy Halloween treats to give to their friends, classmates, neighbors or teachers.

To Make a Frankenstein Halloween Treat:

  1. Trim a piece of green card stock to 7.5″ x 11″ using a paper trimmer.
  2. Using the scoring blade, score your paper (along the 11″ edge) at 3″, 3.5″, 7.5″ and 8″.
  3. Cut a piece of orange paper to about 2″ and create fringe using scissors.
  4. Attach the orange hair and eyes to the face with white glue.
  5. Add a triangle hat and a 1″ x 7″ piece of black paper for the brim with white glue.
  6. Draw on a mouth and additional facial features as desired with a black marker.
  7. Wrap the card stock around the package of microwave popcorn and attach it with clear tape. Then seal the card stock with white glue.

Your kids will love making these easy Halloween treats to give to their friends, classmates, neighbors or teachers.

To Make a Pumpkin Halloween Treat:

  1. Trim a piece of orange card stock to 7.5″ x 11″ using a paper trimmer.
  2. Using the scoring blade, score your paper (along the 11″ edge) at 3″, 3.5″, 7.5″ and 8″.
  3. Cut a small piece of green card stock to make a stem.
  4. Add google eyes with white glue and a mouth onto your pumpkin with a black marker or cut out black paper pieces and adhere with white glue.
  5. Wrap the card stock around the package of microwave popcorn and attach it with clear tape. Then seal the card stock with white glue.

If you like these projects, try our other ones: Silly Spider Craft and our Frankenstein Kids Craft.

 

Your kids will love making these easy Halloween treats to give to their friends, classmates, neighbors or teachers.

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