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Turkey Popcorn Treat Bags

Turkey Popcorn Treat Bags

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These Turkey Popcorn Treat Bags would make a fun Thanksgiving Craft for school parties or for kids to make while adults are making final meal preparations! Just set out the supplies and have an older child guide the younger ones on how to assemble them. When the meal is over and the kids want a snack, they’ll have one ready made 🙂

Turkey Popcorn Treat BagsTake one glove and fill the thumb with red candy pieces. Fill the remaining finger spots with yellow, brown, green or orange candies.

Turkey Popcorn Treat BagsFill the middle of the glove with popcorn. Make it quite full so the popcorn is packed to keep the candy in place.

Turkey Popcorn Treat BagsTwist or fold the bottom of the glove (opening) to the back and use either glue or a piece of tape to secure it in place so the popcorn and candy doesn’t fall out.

Add a googly eye just above the thumb.

Twist the thumb down for the wattle. (optional: secure with clear rubber band)

Turkey Popcorn Treat BagsCut out a beak using the scissors and orange construction paper. Spread a thin layer of glue on the back and secure it just above the wattle.

Continue this process until desired number of bags are completed.

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Yield: 6

Turkey Popcorn Treat Bags

Turkey Popcorn Treat Bags
Turkey Popcorn Treat Bags
Prep Time 5 minutes
Active Time 10 minutes
Total Time 15 minutes
Estimated Cost $5

Materials

  • Clear disposable gloves
  • Popped Popcorn
  • Peanut M&M’s
  • Reese Pieces (or your favorite mix of candies in fall colors!)
  • Googly eyes
  • Glue stick
  • Orange construction paper

Tools

  • Scissors
  • Optional: Clear tape, Clear rubber bands

Instructions

1.      
Take one glove and fill the thumb with red candy
pieces. Fill the remaining finger spots with yellow, brown, green or orange
candies.



2.      
Fill the middle of the glove with popcorn. Make
it quite full so the popcorn is packed to keep the candy in place.



3.      
Twist or fold the bottom of the glove (opening)
to the back and use either glue or a piece of tape to secure it in place so the
popcorn and candy doesn’t fall out.



4.      
Add a googly eye just above the thumb.



5.      
Twist the thumb down for the wattle. (optional:
secure with clear rubber band)



6.      
Cut out a beak using the scissors and orange
construction paper. Spread a thin layer of glue on the back and secure it just
above the wattle.



7.      
Continue this process until desired number of
bags are completed.



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Here are links to some suggested materials used in creating these Turkey Popcorn Treat Bags:

The Safety Zone GDPE-MD-E-100 Powder Free Polyethylene Gloves, Embossed Grip, High Density, Latex Free, Medium, Clear (Pack of 100)The Safety Zone GDPE-MD-E-100 Powder Free Polyethylene Gloves, Embossed Grip, High Density, Latex Free, Medium, Clear (Pack of 100)Orville Redenbacher's Movie Theater Butter Popcorn, Classic Bag, 24-CountOrville Redenbacher’s Movie Theater Butter Popcorn, Classic Bag, 24-CountM&M'S Milk Chocolate Candy Party Size 42-Ounce BagM&M’S Milk Chocolate Candy Party Size 42-Ounce BagREESE'S Pieces Peanut Butter Candy, 48 OunceREESE’S Pieces Peanut Butter Candy, 48 OunceDECORA 500 Pieces 6mm -12mm Black Wiggle Googly Eyes with Self-adhesiveDECORA 500 Pieces 6mm -12mm Black Wiggle Googly Eyes with Self-adhesiveElmer's All Purpose School Glue Sticks, Clear, Washable, 4 Pack, 0.24-ounce sticksElmer’s All Purpose School Glue Sticks, Clear, Washable, 4 Pack, 0.24-ounce sticksPacon Tru-Ray Construction Paper, 9-Inches by 12-Inches, 50-Count, Orange (103002)Pacon Tru-Ray Construction Paper, 9-Inches by 12-Inches, 50-Count, Orange (103002)Westcott 13901 8Westcott 13901 8

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