The pillow cases are full of candy. Bowl after bowl is overflowing with candy. Let’s face it, most kids lose interest in Halloween candy after a day or two. Inevitably, mom and dad end up eating most of the Halloween candy. Which is not cool. I don’t need to eat buckets of candy…my hips don’t need me to eat buckets of candy. Even if the candies are small, they still pack a high-calorie punch. So, what can we do with all that Halloween candy? And more importantly, what can we do with all those Halloween candy wrappers? We are all about finding ways to reduce, reuse and recycle…which is why getting creative with candy wrapper crafts is such a fun green living idea.
Candy Wrapper Crafts Kids Can Make
Store your pens and pencils in a candy wrapper pencil case like Punkin Patterns created.
Remember making these when you were a kid? Love this traditional Starburst wrapper bracelet from SoCraftastic.
For those bigger candy bar wrappers, Biblio Bags transformed wrappers into hair bands.
What tween wouldn’t want to wear these candy wrapper earrings from Creative Itch.
If you have to wear a belt (for fashion or function), why not make a candy wrapper belt like Plum Pudding.
Love all the origami that can be made with candy wrappers at Origami Resource Centre – what a creative way to use those wrappers.
How do you deal with the leftover Halloween candy? Do you make any candy wrapper crafts with your kids? What do you guys make? Share your ideas in the comments below.
Bake up a delicious batch of cookies using those Halloween chocolate bars