Popcorn Corn on the Cob Bags

Popcorn Corn on the Cob Bags

Popcorn Corn on the Cob Bags. ADORABLE! Baggies of popcorn wrapped in green tissue paper to look like corn on the cob! Popcorn treat bags for Thanksgiving. You’re going to love how easy these are to make and they look so real.

 Popcorn Corn on the Cob Bags. ADORABLE! Baggies of popcorn wrapped in green tissue paper to look like corn on the cob! Popcorn treat bags for Thanksgiving.

To make these popcorn corn on the cob treat bags, you will need:

  • Snack size ziplock baggies
  • Tape
  • Double-sided tape
  • Popcorn
  • Green tissue paper (it’s great if you can get 2 different shades of green to mix together)
  • Raffia to tie the bottom
  • Scissors

Watch how easy they are to assemble:

Directions:

Fill a small snack sized bag with freshly popped popcorn. Tape one side of the “ziplock” part to the back hide it using regular tape:

Popcorn corn on the cob treat bags

Place a piece of double-sided tape near the corner of your green tissue paper. Put the baggie of popcorn over the double-sided tape:

Popcorn corn on the cob treat bags

Wrap both sides of the popcorn baggie (as seen in the video). The double-sided tape keeps the bag in place. Next, twist the bottom of the tissue paper:

Popcorn corn on the cob treat bags

Tie the bottom with some raffia (a hay-like wrapping string found at any craft store). Cut the excess tissue paper off the bottom:

Popcorn corn on the cob treat bags

Stack the corn together and they really come to life! They look just like real corn on the cob. They are great to serve to classrooms full of kids, teams, teachers, neighbors, friends…anybody!

Popcorn Corn on the Cob Bags. ADORABLE! Baggies of popcorn wrapped in green tissue paper to look like corn on the cob! Popcorn treat bags for Thanksgiving.

You might also like our Tootsie Pop Turkeys to go with these Popcorn Corn on the Cob Treat Bags!
(click the picture below for the instructions)

Tootsie Pop Turkeys. An ADORABLE and easy Thanksgiving turkey craft idea for all ages and all skill levels;)





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Comments

  1. Vickie Martin says:

    Great idea… Thanks for sharing!

  2. Too Cute! I think I’ll pass these out in my after school program

  3. For a ‘farm’ party we made these using different coloured flavourings so we had all different colours (including a spicy choc indian corn that looked amazing). Using tall fabric roll tubes which we had painted green we made corn stalks & put them in the garden beds for the kids to ‘pick’. A massive treat & so much fun, thank you for your great idea 🙂