Popcorn, its really neat. Fun to make and fun to eat. Its also fun to make handy dandy kids popcorn crafts out of. First step, pop some corn. Second step eat a little bit of popcorn. Third step refrain from buttering and salting your popcorn. This third step is really important. Of course for the obvious reason of not getting your craft covered in greasy buttery goodness but also because it will definitely make it easier to resist constantly popping the kernels into your mouth. If you do salt and butter it, before you know it there won't be any more popcorn to make your kid's popcorn craft out of. That, my friend would be a might big shame
Another Thanksgiving Corn Craft : - - This craft is not only cute, it is yummy too. You can eat on the extra popcorn while you craft. This really is a cute and easy craft to do.
Apple Tree Popcorn Art : - - Great for a Johnny Appleseed unit, or just to celebrate nature, this apple tree project combines food with fun!
Autumn Table Centerpiece : - - Who says unpopped corn kernels and elegance do not match? Create this nice craft using corn kernel seeds and let the glow of the candle mesmerize your guests.
Bean Bags : - - Great beginner sewing project or just make some to use up those left over scraps of fabric.
Bird Feeder : - - Make a bird to feed your birds! Inspired by the wild parrots of Telegraph Hill calling out in droves to wake me in the morning, I made a parrot to feed them.
Bluebonnet Flowers : - - Create pretty flowers using colored popcorns.
Bucket of Popcorn : - - This is an easy Halloween costume which kids can make at home.
Candy-Speckled Popcorn Cakes : - - Here's a fresh new take on the classic popcorn balls. Home Basics brings you this easy recipe that can be served at sleepovers or Halloween parties. If you don't have mini bundt pans, you can use a large bundt or angel food pan or mini muffin tins. Or simply let the kids form the popcorn balls themselves.
Christmas Popcorn Wreath : - - This is made like popcorn balls only in a different shape. They're delicious and colorful.
Colorful Popcorn : - - This versatile food also serves as the base for many creative craft projects, from wooly white lamps to delicate pink apple blossoms amid the branches of a hand-painted tree. How you color the popcorn depends on whether your goal is to create a colorful snack or use it in crafts.
Corn Collage : - - Fall means harvest time, and that means fresh corn on the cob!
Corn Mosaic : - - It is easy to get an elegant picture with inexpensive materials when making mosaic crafts for kids. It is fun to create mosaic art with corn. You can make Gift s for just about anyone, as you can make a million designs using your imagination and ideas from magazines or photos.
Corn Stalks : - - These colorful corn mosaics will add a bright touch to your house!
Corn Wrapped Utensils : - - These adorable Corn-Wrapped Utensils are a colorful and creative way to dress up your Thanksgiving table, your guests will love them!
Counting on Corn : - - Children practice counting…as they create a delightful autumn decoration!
Cranberry-popcorn Garland : - - Want to try to make your own? If so, make it an experience – something the family can do together, that will make for fond memories. Put on Christmas music, or one of your favorite movies. Serve cocoa or hot cider and Christmas cookies.
Decorative Bird Feeder : - - There are many craft ideas with anything from shapes to materials when it comes to making birdfeeders. These craft ideas are common family activities for any time of year even though birdfeeders are most popular in colder months. A popcorn birdfeeder is easy and a fun activity to provide food for the birds.
Dirty Diaper Popped Corn : - - This is a simple, easy and fun baby shower tokens for giveaway to guests.
Ear of Corn Place Cards : - - Make festive place cards that picture an ear of corn. These simple-to-make table decorations are great for any celebration.
Edible Popcorn Flowers : - This is one poppin' bouquet!
Electric Popcorn Craft : - - Glue unpopped popcorn onto a recycled light bulb for an interesting conversation piece! Sit it in a candle holder or hang it for display
Five Kernels : - - Put five kernels of corn or candy corn in cellophane and tie closed with a fall-colored ribbon. Large field corn kernels look great, but popcorn kernels can be used also. Kids love it with candy corn!
Ghoulish Ghost Mix : - - This can be made to be given out as treats to trick or treaters.
Going-green Popcorn : - - "No need to be green with envy. There’s enough popcorn for everyone."
Halloween Candy Popcorn Balls : - This quick and easy variation on popcorn balls is fun and really attractive. Add a pyramid of them to the holiday table, or wrap individually in plastic wrap and black and orange ribbons for take home treats.
Halloween Kit : - - Great for kids classmates or special kids that you see on Halloween. This project is also great for craft shows, or even as a great Halloween party loot bag.
Halloween Witches Hand : - - These ghoulish witches hands are great for giving to trick or treaters on Halloween night.
Handprint Lamb Craft : - - Have fun making lambs out of handprints and popcorn.
Harvest Necklace : - - Celebrate the Thanksgiving harvest the old fashioned way using popcorn and seasonal dried fruit.
Homemade Popcorn Ball Ornament : - - Older children who can safely handle a low-temperature glue gun might like creating these homespun popcorn ball ornaments for the Christmas tree.
Holly Jolly Snowmen : - - Children can help make these tasty snowmen in your kitchen.
Homemade Tambourine : - - Music is a great way to entertain children, and they love to make noise. If you are looking for an easy craft your child can do, or you need a project for a music or Sunday school class, consider making a homemade tambourine.
Humpty Dumpty Beanbags : - - Like their fairy tale counterpart, these egg-faced beanbags, are destined for great falls. Once kids put together a few, they can line them up and knock them down.
Indoor Sandbox : - - Looking for a cute but inexpensive Gift ? We all need to save money on Gift giving and by getting creative we can do just that! The ideas presented here are just a starting point. Let your imagination be your guide!
Indian Corn Jewelry : - - Indian corn jewelry is pretty and has the look of polished stone pieces. You can make this jewelry as a family project with your kids. Follow these steps to create your own Indian corn jewelry.
Jello Popcorn Balls : - - I don't cook very many things, but my mom always made these for us as kids and so here goes my big cooking debut! The portions can be adjusted depending on your tastes.
Kernels of Love : - - 'Tis the season for corny sentiments, so do like the Woodard girls of Alvarado, Texas, and tell your teacher (or a friend) she's tops with a card that doubles as a snack.
Maracas : - - Musical Instruments that you bang, scrape or shape are called percussion instruments. Some examples of percussion instruments are drums, rainsticks, xylophones and maracas.
Maracas : - - A maraca is a Latin American and Tupi rattle. The original Maracas were originally made from the dried shells of gourds with beads or beans inside that rattled around and made lots of shuck-a-shuck-a-shuck-a noises.
Mexican Bird Rattle Craft - - In Mexico, paper mache rattles are popular during New Year's celebrations. The rattles are shaken to welcome the generous spirits of the New Year and to drive away the unhappy spirits of past years.
Movie Treat Popcorn Gift - - Looking for a cute but inexpensive Gift ? We all need to save money on Gift giving and by getting creative we can do just that! The ideas presented here are just a starting point. Let your imagination be your guide!
Napkin Ring Kwanzaa Craft - - This is simple and inexpensive Kwanzaa craft for kids.
New Year's Noisemakers : Crafts to Make with Popcorn - 0 This New Year's, make a few items that create a festive mood without deafening the adults.
Noisemaker Craft : - This noisemaker craft is a children's project they can put together themselves, and use for New Year's Eve! They are made from plastic glass tumblers, and be filled with anything to make noise.
Nut Turkey Craft : - - Celebrate Thanksgiving with this crafty little turkey.
Off-to-the-Circus Magnets : - - Step right up to make circus-inspired refrigerator magnets. Keep the big-top magic alive!
Paper Plate Maracas Craft - - You can make simple maracas from one or two paper plates stapled together, containing dried beans or popcorn. These are fun to make at a party for preschoolers - you can then make a lot of noise!
Pasta Angel : - - This is an ornament that the kids can help make. This is a nice addition to the tree. My version is rather unique since I use a tree branch for the body, a bead from an old car seat for the head, and popcorn for the hair.
Pine Cone Birdfeeder with Popcorns - - Birds will love these unpopped popcorn feeders.
Popcorn Art : - - Inspired by Harry Kalenberg's popcorn sculptures combined with "cloud gazing" with your imagination, my popcorn art project will give your brain a creative starchy workout!
Popcorn Ball Ornaments : - - Like decorations stolen from Willy Wonka's Christmas party, these ornaments are meant to be eaten. For a fun party activity, have children decorate their own.
Popcorn Balls for Birds : - - When the long, cold days of winter set in, remember that your feathered friends will appreciate a satisfying snack, too. Hang a popcorn ball for birds outside of your window, and watch the birds as they enjoy their nourishing treat
Popcorn Ball Turkey - - Make these fun turkeys for Thanksgiving and watch family and friends gobble them up! Kids will have a blast putting these goodie gobblers together.
Popcorn Box - - Remember when you used to go to the movies and popcorn came in a tapered cardboard box? It brings back a bit of nostalgia for some of us! Share that nostalgia anytime you want by making your own popcorn box with these easy instructions and a little creativity!
Popcorn Box : - – There’s nothing else that will look good and pair with a popcorn craft project perfectly other than a popcorn box. If you have doubts, then try making this easy project anywhere and find out.
Popcorn Box Costume : - - Become a popcorn box this Halloween with this easy to make costume idea.
Popcorn Cake : - - Kids will enjoy baking their own cake made out of their favorite foods!
Popcorn Christmas Tree Ball - - This year, when you get out the popcorn and cranberries to string Christmas garlands, be sure to pop enough to make some matching Christmas tree balls as well. These clever ornaments will not just coordinate with your garland and movie night fodder, but they are simple to make even for very young children, who will only need a little help with the gluing.
Popcorn Collage : - - Doing crafts together is a great way to spend quality time with your children. Popcorn, both popped and un-popped, is a versatile craft material for designing fun, creative collages. With a little glue and some imagination, the creative possibilities are endless
Popcorn Cones : - - A movie night just isn't complete without popcorn. Single-serving paper cones and a popcorn seasonings bar allow viewers to customize their snacks.
Popcorn Dragon : - – If you have heard of Puff the Magic Dragon, then we daresay that this craft project is a fitting tribute to that loveable mythical beast. Try it for yourself!
Popcorn Egg Decor : - - What better way to end our "kool" ideas for Easter week than with our all-time favorite snack...popcorn!
Popcorn Flowers : - –Have you ever seen a flower bud? Of course you have! Now recreate the wonder of Nature with this easy to follow craft project.
Popcorn Garland : - - This old-fashioned garland can be strung in a flash - and the results look good enough to eat.
Popcorn Garland : - - This is a very simple craft, though not all countries are familiar with this type of decoration.
Popcorn Garland - Christmas Tree - - Creating popcorn garland has become a Christmas tradition for many families. Even children can make their own, if parents help them with the needle.
Popcorn Ghosts : - - This will be a smash for any young child Halloween party in school!
Popcorn Gift Jar : - - Looking for a cute but inexpensive Gift ? We all need to save money on Gift giving and by getting creative we can do just that! The ideas presented here are just a starting point. Let your imagination be your guide!
Popcorn Kernel Frame : - – Nothing else looks cool than a frame lined up with popcorn craft!
Popcorn Kernel Vase - Looking for a cute but inexpensive Gift ? We all need to save money on Gift giving and by getting creative we can do just that! The ideas presented here are just a starting point. Let your imagination be your guide!
Popcorn Lamb : Arts and Crafts Projects with Popcorn - - Pop into the Easter season with this Popcorn Lamb that is easy for even the little crafters (if you can keep them from eating the supplies)!
Popcorn Marshmallow Balls - Easy to make and a fun family project.
Popcorn Necklace : Arts and Crafts Projects with Popcorn- Give your kids a bowl of popcorn and let them make some popcorn necklaces. It's a simple but fun craft that can keep hungry kids occupied while you're fixing dinner, or keep bored kids busy on a rainy day. It's also a great craft to do with your family while you listen to music, watch TV, or catch up on daily events.
Popcorn Party Bowl : - - It's a serving dish and it's a snack in one!
Popcorn Pumpkins : - - "Have the whole family pitch in and grow a pumpkin patch of popcorn."
Popcorn Rain Stick - - Many countries and ethnic groups use to believe that if they shook sticks with seeds in them it would encourage the rain Gods to bring rain to their parched lands. The children will love making their very own rain sticks, and popcorn is just the ticket for making the "rain noise".
Popcorn Snowmen : - - It's tons of fun and a perfect indoor activity that kids can munch on once they're done!
Popcorn Snowman : - - Preschooler age children love to make winter crafts. In January or February when it is still cold outside and there is little to do, this popcorn snowman is a great craft that is easy enough for a preschooler to make without making a huge mess.
Popcorn Squares : - - Popcorn and granola add a healthy crunch to these peanut-buttery treats.
Popcorn Strings : - – Trust us when we tell you that making this craft project is as easy as 1-2-3!
Popcorn Trees in Bloom : - - Many blooming trees really do look like they are covered in popcorn, so try to point that out to your child before this activity so they can relate to what they are creating.
Popcorn Witch : - - Popcorn witches are a clever food craft for the Halloween holidays and they are also a delicious way to get your entire family involved in the baking process. Holiday foods don't always have to be traditional and popcorn witches are a great treat for Halloween parties or can be given out in lieu of candy to neighborhood trick or treaters.
Popcorn Wreath : - - This wreath is simple to make, delightful to look at and will match your other popcorn decor to a "T." You can make these to give as Gift s to friends and neighbors, and it will be clear that you put a lot of thought and effort into the project.
Popcorn Wreath : - - This is a great Valentine's Day Craftproject to create with children.
Poppin' Popcorn Brittle - - One bite of this crunchy sweet-salty treat and you won't be able to stop! It combines the delicious taste of Orville Redenbacher's® Gourmet® Popping Corn, M&M’S® Brand Milk Chocolate Candies and peanuts coated with caramel.
Pumpkin Pal - - Make funny pumpkin faces inspired by autumn's natural bounty.
Rainstick - - According to South American legend, rainsticks are played to serenade the gods as a reminder that rain is welcomed. Rainsticks are traditionally made from hollow cactus wood, thorns and pebbles. Our version is made from a cardboard tube, tinfoil and popcorn kernels.
Rainstick - - Rainsticks are ceremonial musical instruments used to invoke the rain spirits. They are made by people who live in the deserts of northern Chile. In Chile, rainsticks are traditionally made from dead cactus tubes with hundreds of cactus spines hammered into the tube. Tiny lava pebbles cascade gently through the tube, sounding much like rain.
Real Candle Thanksgiving Craft - - Here is a Thanksgiving craft that older children will surely love.
Seed Topiary - - Gather seeds and beans to create a wonderful geometric design in a clay pot. Learn how to divide and measure a round object the easy way, using rubber bands.
Sunny The Sunflower - - This is a fun and simple cut and paste sunflower craft that's perfect for preschool and kindergarten children.
Trail mix - - Kids can help make these quick, little snack packets. Then take them along in the car, to school, or anywhere.
Turkey Planter - - A more charismatic flowerpot we never did see - and he doubles as a handsome Thanksgiving centerpiece.
Valentines for the birds - This one is for a popcorn heart wreath, a valentine Gift for the birds.
Varnished Popcorn - Popcorn is unique in that it is both a delicious snack and also a holiday decoration. One solution to this popcorn problem is to varnish the strands after creating them. Not only will this make the popcorn durable and inedible, it will also make the popcorn strands last for years to come.
Yogurt-cup Shakers - - Shake, rattle, and roll with a set of these music makers.
Yummy Mummy Treat Cups - For less than $5.00 you can make enough of these cute little mummy cups for entire Halloween party! Fill these cuties with candy, gummy worms, popcorn, or whatever else you may have on the menu!