Halloween Popcorn Hand Party Favor

These favors are always a hit with children and adults too. They get a kick out of receiving the favor because of the "novelty" of the use of the glove.

Supplies:

  • clear plastic gloves (food service type)
  • microwave popcorn
  • corn candy
  • spider rings
  • colorful yarn
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Directions:

Open glove and put a piece of corn candy into the tip of each finger. These are the "fingernails". Fill the gloves with cooked and cooled popcorn. Tie with colorful yarn and put spider ring on one finger.

You can buy a package of 100 of these gloves at the Dollar Tree. I apologize for not having the candy corn and spider ring on the one I did hurriedly today to give you the idea of the finished product. The most difficult part is getting the popcorn down into the finger parts, but well worth the reaction of those who receive them!

Source: From either Woman's Day or Family Circle magazine approximately 10 years ago.

By southeastgeorgiapeach from Jesup, GA

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October 28, 20080 found this helpful

omgosh, he is is really cute! Thanks

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October 28, 20080 found this helpful

i make these too but i drop candy corns in the fingers first of each hand and then add popcorn i also drizzle red choc over the pop corn looks like blood and then i add spider rings on the hand 1 or 2 and tie off with halloween ribbon always a hit!!!

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October 29, 20080 found this helpful

I sometimes use "Fiddle Faddle" or "Cracker Jack" mixed in with the regular popcorn for that "rotting zombie" look. Dark roasted pecan or walnut halves work well as infected fingernails. Caramels cut into quarters and rolled in warm toasted coconut is creepy looking enough to be called hairy warts. Adding toasted nuts and shaped mallow creme candies inside the palm is the hidden treat. These are always a hit!

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October 29, 20080 found this helpful

I cannot thank you enough for posting where you found the gloves for this! I had already tried six stores! I never would have thought of dollar tree if not for your post! Thank you very much! You saved me! Happy Halloween!

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I cannot thank you enough for posting where you found the gloves for this! I had already tried six stores! I never would have thought of dollar tree if not for your post! Thank you very much! You saved me! Happy Halloween!

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October 29, 20080 found this helpful

cute idea I have lots of those gloves

so now a fun idea also I have some

very old jello that I was tossing it is red/cherry

so I will fill a couple of gloves with that!!!

good idea made us think too!!!

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October 31, 20080 found this helpful

Please, Please, Please, be sure to make sure the gloves do not contain any powders or chemicals that most "rubber" gloves have. Many plastics, even from the grocery store, are NOT food safe. For example, the clear produce bags are not safe if turned inside out. The outside of the bag has stuff on it that is toxic. Just be safe.

Editor's Note: She recommends plastic food handling gloves which should be safe to use on food. Using other types of gloves would not be recommended.

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November 1, 20080 found this helpful

OMG i did this when i was in kindergarden for my mum! -Lilly- Paris,France

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