Yes, the title of this craft is a bit of a tongue twister, but the kids will love holding a big paper candy corn and munching on the popcorn and candy that it contains.
1 sheet each (12-inch square) white, orange, & yellow cardstock
Fiskars “cloud” design decorative-edge scissors
Roll white cardstock into a cone; secure wrapped paper edge with double-stick tape. Trim the open edge of cone so the top rim is level.
Cut orange cardstock in half. Wrap a cardstock strip around top half of cone and attach to cone with double-stick tape. Trim orange cardstock at open edge of cone with Fiskars scissors to create a scalloped rim.
Cut yellow cardstock into thirds. Wrap a cardstock strip around middle cone and use the pencil to draw a line around the yellow cardstock on the cone as a guide for cutting the scalloped edge on the top of the yellow strip.
Cut the scalloped edge on the yellow strip just below the pencil line using the Fiskars. If necessary, trim the bottom edge of the strip using scissors so it appears as an even edge around the cone. Attach the yellow strip to the cone with double-stick tape.
Trim the long edges of a 1-inch wide strip of orange cardstock with the Fiskars to create the trim at the bottom edge of the yellow strip; attach to the cone with double-stick tape.
Fill the cone with popcorn and candy!
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