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Quick Crafts – Spooky Face Popcorn Halloween Treats

These Spooky Face Popcorn Halloween Treats only take about 1 minute to draw. Sometimes you just need a quick Halloween treat idea and you only have 5 minutes. You'll spend more time making the popcorn than you will putting these cute Halloween snacks together! The kids can even help!

Doodle face popcorn bag treats
Doodle face popcorn bag treats

Spooky Face Popcorn Bag Treats

All you need is a plastic treat bag and a black permanent marker and you're set to make your own popcorn treat bags. You can draw your faces however you'd like. I went with the skeleton style face which is two big eyes, a triangle nose and then a horizontal line with vertical “stitch” lines going along the length of the mouth.

This project is a fun activity to make for a class party – you can have the kids draw their own faces or you can pre-make everything and hand it out as a non-candy treat.

Materials

  • Plastic bags
  • Black permanent marker
  • Halloween snacks or treats
  • Ribbon

Instructions

  1. Using the marker, draw faces on the plastic bags.
  2. Fill the bag with treats.
  3. Tie the bag closed with a ribbon.

If you like this project, check out my Goldfish filled treats – they look like little pumpkins!

Don't want to draw the Halloween faces for these cute snack bags? Use this free mix and match Halloween faces SVG cut file.

 

Draw a face on a plastic bag
Draw a face on a plastic bag

 

Make a whole bunch of popcorn bags
Make a whole bunch of popcorn bags

 

I know you want to make a bunch of popcorn bags now!

If you like this Popcorn Halloween treat craft, you will love my Goldfish pumpkin face treats too! Click here for the full tutorial for the Goldfish Halloween snack treats.

Cute pumpkin Halloween treats
Cute pumpkin Halloween treats

 

More Halloween Treat Ideas

Here are a few other easy halloween treats you can make to fill your bags.

For the white bag:

  • Popcorn
  • Pirate's Booty
  • Muddy Buddies
  • Chex cereal and Marshmallows

For the Orange Bag

  • Goldfish
  • Cheezits or other cheese crackers
  • Cheetos
  • Apple Jacks cereal (take out the green cereal O's)

 

Today is Day 2 of this week's Halloween Craft Lightning I am co-hosting along with The Country Chic Cottage and 30 Minute Crafts. Today I’m excited to share a whole new set of quick Halloween craft projects from 8 more creative minds. These Halloween tutorials are so much fun!

Monster Pinwheels

Monster Pinwheels from A Girl and a Glue Gun

Spooky Coffin Party Favor

Spooky Coffin Party Favors from Michele's Party Plan-it

Halloween Button Card

Halloween Button Card from Laura's Crafty Life

Mummy Model

Mummy Model from Duct Tape and Denim

Upcycled Halloween Owl

Diy Upcycled Halloween Owl from DIY Inspired

Halloween Countdown Calendar

Halloween Countdown Calendar from Jen Gallacher

Mummy Treat Cans

Mummy Treat Cans from Artistic Endeavors 101

Simple DIY Mushroom Costume

Simple DIY Mushroom Costume from 30 Minute Crafts

Easy Boo Jars for Halloween Decor

Easy Halloween Boo Jars from Occasionally Crafty

DIY Halloween Wood banner

DIY Halloween Wood Banner from The Country Chic Cottage

Which quick Halloween project do you love most from today's features?

 

Curious what my favorite supplies are? Check out the list here!


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