Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Healthy Treat Topper

Here is a quick and simple idea for a healthy treat topper.  We were going to put the popcorn into a cello bag, but then just decided to attach it right to the wrapper that already comes around the popcorn - DUH!!  Why add extra cost and time to it?!  As Tim Gunn (Project Runway) would say...make it work!  So we did!!  You can get this popcorn in large quantities (40) to be exact from your neighborhood Costco.  The shadowed owl and bat idea came from Mary Fish's blog.  The simple part of the whole thing is that it's a 4" x 4 1/8" piece of Old Olive cardstock folded in half and then stamped with the Happy Halloween greeting from the All Holidays set, and the rest of it comes from punches - owl, bird, bat, and 1 3/4" circle.  QUICK, EASY, INEXPENSIVE, and HEALTHY!!  Of course, these are being made for adults, and they hardly want healthy popcorn, so you can imagine that trick-or-treaters would probably give you THE LOOK.  Oh well, take it or leave it - HA!!


  1. I'll take it!! Great idea - I'll be copying ;)

  2. I super like this. I almost was tempted to make them for work, but I didnt see it till Wednesday. I don't have the owl punch(yet) and my workers probably wouldn't realize what a treasure it is. :)


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