Party Snack Cup

Why not resolve to have more fun this year? Green Owl Art‘s Melissa A. shares this easy little way to turn a simple snack into a party.

It’s amazing how happy children are when they have a new fun way to hold a snack. So simple. Love that innocent joy. This party cup is fun, easy and would make a great group craft!

What You’ll Need

  • paper bag
  • plate – to trace
  • crayons
  • scissors
  • tape
  • snacks

By using a paper bag for our party cup, I can also teach my kids to be resourceful and recycle! I love that!

A plate worked perfectly to trace a circle onto our bag.

Emma cut out her circle out and decorated the blank side with crayons.

Once she was done, we made a slit in the circle just half-way up to the center of the circle.

We formed our circle into a cone and sealed it with tape. Finally it was time to fill it with our snack. My kids loved having these little snack cups for our movie night! We filled them with popcorn, of course.

To see more new year’s project ideas, visit The Studio, a directory of handpicked, hands-on projects for kids.

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