This is a non-edible but creative Halloween project that can be used for decoration or an activity at a Halloween party.
- 25 candy corn
- 1 bag microwave popcorn, popped
- You will also need: 5 latex gloves--like the ones in a doctor's office; 10 plastic Halloween rings- spiders and skulls; 5 feet of string or ribbon.
- Insert one candy corn into each of the glove's fingers, pointy side toward the tip.
- Fill rest of glove with popcorn.
- Tie string around glove opening to seal.
- Place rings onto fingers.
This is a classic - Halloween parties in many schools are being called "fall parties" and witches and scary things are frowned apon so as not to disturb certain individuals- sooo- when planning a my daughters kindergarten room party- we called these "scare crow hands" and tied them off with straw like raffia!!! Worked great with our fall on the farm theme.
I have been making this Halloween treat for years. We call them "Witch's Hands". I used the plastic gloves (100 for $1) at any local dollar store. In the past I have used candy corns, skittles and M&M's for the finger tips. Last year I mixed up the popcorn, skittles and M&M's and made Goblin Hands! The kids loved them! What a fun and unique halloween treat!
I am the room mom for my daughter's first grade class, and this was a project we did for halloween! The kids loved them! They are so fun to make and so cute!! the kids also loved eating them ;-) Thank you for sharing!!!