By Dawnab on November 17, 2004
Photo by Dawnab
Photo by Dawnab
"This is a non-edible but creative Halloween project that can be used for decoration or an activity at a Halloween party."
Serving Size: 1 (71 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 5
"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!!!"
"This is so great! I filled plastic kitchen gloves with candy corn and they were a hit at my bunco party! It cracked up all the adults! And they all wore their spider rings! Thanks for the fun idea!"
"Another variation to this recipe would be to use non-laytex gloves like polyplastic disposable kitchen gloves, in which the treat would be eddible. My kids like this recipe they enjoyed eating popcorn and then in the finger tips we used the colored candy corns."
"Great for Christmas Project too! I did this project about 8 years ago for my sons 3rd grade class Christmas Party and substituted the candy corn with red and green M&M's and added red ribbon for "Santa's Helper Hands". It was a great fun idea!"