Here’s a project that is so easy, I almost didn’t post it. Then I got to thinking this would be a fast and easy kids craft for someone to try this weekend! Score a few sheets of card stock, pull out those old stickers and let them get busy!
These are popcorn slides, but the concept works for candy bars and cocoa packets, too. Unfortunately, I didn’t write down the dimensions before I gifted these away. You basically create a rectangle sleeve with your card stock. (Edited to add: This one is about 1/2″ wider than my popcorn packet with 3/8″ widths scored into the rectangle sleeve.) Punch a 1/8″ hole on one open side, thread ribbon through both holes and then slide popcorn bag into the sleeve pushing the ribbon in with it. When the popcorn is hidden in the sleeve, tie off the ribbon with a knot or bow. You can now slide the popcorn packet in and out without losing it out the opposite open end. In the past, I have adhered a message onto the popcorn as a sentiment. My holes are hidden under the lifted scalloped accents.
- Stamps: none
- Cardstock: Classic Orange & Black (Prism), Halloween Paper (Daisy D)
- Ink: none
- Accs: Halloween embellishments (Daisy D) and ribbon (assorted)