Grab a handful of candy and place it in the center of your tissue papers. I used 2 pieces of tissue paper for each pumpkin.
Now you will start shaping the tissue paper into your pumpkin.
Tissue paper pumpkins filled with candy. Super cheap and easy to make. Put the candy in the plastic sandwich bag. You can mix and max your materials to put your own touch on this cute treat.
I used a small ball as a mold to wrap the tissue paper around to help give it a pumpkin shape. Gather the edges of the tissue up over the candy and twist together at the middle to create the stem of your pumpkin. How to make it.
These would be perfect for Halloween school treats or any fall themed party Thanksgiving too. Youll want your stem to be about 34-1 long. Cut your circles out.
Unfold your stencil its now ready to use to make more shapes. Place one of your napkin circles face down on your work surface and place a tissue paper napkin on top. First learn to make these adorable paper tissue pumpkin party favors filled with fun-sized candy.
Cover each cup with orange tissue paper and secure with a rubber band. Next this caramel and chocolate apple bar will be the talk of the town. Fill each cup with candy or small toys.
Oct 9 2012 – Make this tissue paper pumpkin craft with kids around Halloween. With 6 pounds of candy from Costco -. Cup your hand so that the tissue paper has something to sit and fold into this is what forms the sphere shape.
It should already be beginning to look like a pumpkin. Overlap the ends by a few inches to create a tube. Gather the bottom and secure with tape.
You can also add some candy if you would like to give this as a cute Halloween gift. First learn to make these adorable paper tissue pumpkin party favors filled with fun-sized candy. Jessica Cheese Hord teaches you two easy DIY Halloween Party Ideas.
It ought to come in handy. Accent with the sparkly letters and green tissue paper and other Halloween themed notions to finish off your pumpkin. Fold the tissue paper into thirds with the seam facing down.
Pour about half a small palmful of candytreats into the smaller orange square. Been making class treats. A simple yet fun way to decorate the table.
Tape around the treat-filled tissue paper to make a nice rounded shape. This sweet Grand and I have. And a name tag leaf.
Once the faces are added stuff the inside of the cans with some tissue paper. Hot glue the bottom of each filled cup to the black foam board with enough cups to make a pumpkin shape. I tend to like them small just because the parents of the recipients will probably present me with a dental bill if I send the larger ones.
This is the liningitll help you make a nice pumpkin shape and keep the candy from poking through the tissue. Fold the shape on the dotted lines. When you hand out these tissue paper pumpkin candy favors kids and adults alike will be so excited to see what is inside.
Cut another square at least 2 larger 12 square than the first. The cutest little DIY party favors for Halloween. Cut out the solid lines you can from the folded side the pumpkins nose and mouth.
Cut one 8 square from the orange tissue paper. Place your tissue paper circle with the candy into the palm of your hand. Next put some of your favorite candy in the middle of the circle and wrap the side of the tissue paper around it so that the tissue paper bunches at the top.
Place a handful of candy at the center of your circles. Then crumple your tissue paper around your candy. If using it as a centerpiece arrange the cans on the table and scatter some candy corn or Halloween confetti around them.
Fill some eat some Tissue paper pumpkins filled with. Tied off with green masking tape. Wrap a piece of green tape around the excess paper at the top to act as the stem and to make sure your pumpkin stays secure.
You will need one napkin circle and one tissue circle for each pumpkin. Fill a muffin tin with toppings like nuts marshmallows graham cracker crumbs toffee pieces tiny chocolate chips and brown sugar. Wait until your pumpkin is dry from the first layer of tissue paper and glue and then add at least one more layer of tissue paper same as what you did for step 3 around the entire pumpkin again.
Carefully turn the tissue inside out so that the tape is inside. These favors make the perfect treat and the best part is that they are incredibly easy to make. Depending on the size of your pumpkin you can use small or large candies for the filling.
Cut our the solid line you can from this fold the pumpkins eyes 5. Pinch to bring all of the sides up around the candy as shown to create your pumpkin shape. Put this pumpkin on the window and watch it look like its glowing in the sunlight.
Next this caramel and chocolate apple bar will be the talk of the town. Repeat step 3 until your pumpkin is completely covered. Tissue Paper Pumpkin Candy Favors Make The Perfect Treat.
Bunch the square up so it makes a roughly circular shape. Depending on what youre filling it with you may need to use more but 2 pieces was plenty sturdy enough to hold several pieces of candy. Fill a muffin tin with toppings like nuts marshmallows graham cracker crumbs toffee pieces tiny.
Toddlers can even help do this pumpkin craft. Inside this little pumpkin lies a treasure trove of candy. Place the stencil on your paper or card stock.
A fun Halloween party idea for kids. Cut out the three pumpkin shapes. 10-inch square of orange tissue paper double layer Two 10-inch pieces of raffia.
23 cup of assorted candies such as candy corn and chocolate kisses. Tissue Paper Pumpkins Stuffed With Candy. Cut a piece of covered wire about 6 long and bend one end at a 90 degree angle that is the same length as your tissue stem.
Place a piece of your tissue paper onto of the glue section and then coat with glue on top of that layer of tissue paper as well. Orange Tissue Paper 1 sheet of paper per pumpkin Candy Masking tape Green Floral Tape. Tear off a sheet of plastic wrap or clear cellophane a little bit smaller than the tissue paper and place it over one of your double-layered squares.