DIY Butterfly Snack Bags for Kids: Transform Snack Time Into Fun Time With This Spring Craft by Kimberly Johnson

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4 months ago
DIY Butterfly Snack Bags for Kids: Transform Snack Time Into Fun Time With This Spring Craft

Make these fun snack bags with your kids or add to lunch bags for a fun surprise. What a fun way to welcome spring.

You'll need:

Here’s how to make them:

  1. For each bag, decorate one side of a clothespin as desired. Glue two small googly eyes near the "closed" end of the clothespin and let the glue dry.
  2. Put your snack into a snack-size plastic zipper bag until it’s a little over half full. Seal the bag, cinch the middle with your fingers and clip it with the clothespin.
  3. Fold down and curl the tips of a 6-inch length of pipe cleaner, then bend the entire piece in half. Clip the pipe cleaner in the clothespin.

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Renee Herren
These are so cute and can be done for so many things!
Kimberly Johnson
Yes! Ryan loves to ask for two different kinds of snacks but doesn't always love mixing them so this is perfect for that! 😀
Francielle Daly
What a super cute and easy way to make snacks look fun! I'm always looking for crafts to make with my kiddos this is a win win since it can be a craft and then snack time lol!
Pam McCormick
Love these! Thanks Kimberly Johnson ! I used a variation on this for my summer dance camp last year and turned them into "fairies" for our Fairy Themed Camp. (Instead of a snack in the baggies, we filled with sparkles, tissue paper, etc. and added a magnet on the back for more of a keepsake item).
Ann Marie Gardinier Halstead
Snacks and crafts- the perfect combination! Thanks for sharing, Kimberly Johnson !
Mike Prochaska
Who don’t love marshmallows

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