9/20/11

Creepy Popcorn Hands

This treat is a popular one with school kids at the Fall Festival. Last year I made a big basketful of these Creepy Popcorn Hands and they were sold in the "Country Store" at the Fall Festival. These are also a cute and quick project to put together for parties, bake sales, or class treats. With only a few ingredients and a little time, you can easily make Creepy Popcorn Hands, too.












Creepy Popcorn Hands 

1. Assemble supplies you will need - plastic food service gloves, popcorn, candy corn, ribbon, and spider rings.
2. Pop the popcorn, either microwave popcorn or the old fashioned way, it's up to you.
3. Insert one candy corn at the end of each finger to represent fingernails, then begin to stuff the plastic glove with popcorn.
4. After the glove is full of popcorn, tie some colorful ribbon at the top to close it.
5. Last, put a plastic spider ring on one of the fingers and you are done.







Be sure to get this flat style of food service gloves - NOT latex gloves - to make your Creepy Popcorn Hands.





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13 comments:

  1. These are so cute, Anita! I should make them for my 2nd graders! They'd get a real kick out of them!

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  2. Like it....great job easy and fun andi

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  3. Such a great idea for kids with gluten allergies! You just gave me a perfect "treat" for my boys. LOVE it! Pinning this as well...

    :)

    Thanks for posting your creepy popcorn hands @ Halloween Link Party @ momnivore's dilemma.

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  4. These are too cute! I love that they have that slightly creepy look to them (sort of like a shriveled up hand). A perfect Halloween treat!

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  5. We made these last year and they were such a hit! Very cool!

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  6. These are extra cute. I love the idea. I am featuring it on my Fabulous Finds tomorrow. I am now following you and would love it if you followed me back.

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  7. This is such a great idea! I love it!

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  8. where can i buy the gloves at?

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  9. I love this! Do you mind if I use in my blog post with a link back?

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    1. Hi Elizabeth, Yes, happy to share. Kids love these!

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