Happy National Popcorn Day!
I know that you love popcorn as much as I do, so I hope that you’ll also be as stoked as I am about this giant list of recipes and eco-friendly crafts all about POPCORN!!!
1. candle holder. Popcorn kernels poured in a dish or vase will do a fine job of holding a candle upright.
2. crows in the corn game. Little kids will think this is just a fun game–only you will know that they’re also practicing their fine motor skills and counting concepts.
3. draft stopper. It’s filled with popcorn kernels, and it keeps the wind at bay.
4. dyed popcorn kernels. Need a sensory material for young kids, or an art supply for older kids? Dyed popcorn kernels are perfect for both!
5. hopping corn. The kids are going to LOVE this science project.
6. newspaper popcorn holders. These easy cones are made from upcycled newspaper and are a great solution for party food.
7. painted popcorn garland. We put this garland on the Christmas tree, but it would also make a cute decoration for a Valentine’s Day party.
9. popcorn bar. Set this up for a fun DIY party food.
10. popcorn kernel wreath. You can tear down an old wreath to re-use the form.
11. popcorn lid memo board. You know those metal popcorn tins? Their lids make excellent magnetic memo boards.
12. popcorn seasoning. Store-bought seasoning is full of dicey ingredients. This homemade seasoning is all natural!
13. popcorn tin trash can. Because what else are you going to do with that giant popcorn tin–throw it away?!?
14. sensory play. Popcorn kernels in a bin are all you need; the kids will add the pouring, scooping, and sifting fun!
15. stovetop popcorn. This is your basic recipe for making popcorn on the stove. Once you’ve got that mastered, there are tons of ways to play with flavor and seasoning.