Push Pop Pumpkin {with Candy Corn Snack Mix}

I’m so excited to be taking part in a Halloween Blog Hop today with some amazing bloggers {bloggers that I’ve adored forever}!  I kind of feel like I snuck in with the cool crowd and I hope my invitation wasn’t a mistake {wink}.  I’m sharing this simple Halloween treat: a push pop pumpkin just perfect for a Halloween party.  And it’s so simple to make!

push pop pumpkin

I started with a black faux pumpkin {you can find them at most craft stores this time of year … and if you can’t find a black one, you could always paint a white or orange one}.

push pop pumpkin

I used my Silhouette to add white vinyl letters to the front of the pumpkin and then I set the pumpkin aside while I prepared the push pops.

push pop pumpkin

I mixed up a few fun, seasonal ingredients with some other year-round staples for a delicious, sweet and salty candy corn snack mix.  {The snack mix got two thumbs up from my kiddos … success, right?}

push pop pumpkin

I filled push pop containers with the snack mix and wrapped them in orange and black patterned washi tape …

push pop pumpkin

… then used an electric drill to drill holes in the pumpkin and stuck the push pops into the holes.

push pop pumpkin

This self serve snack station is practical and cute, perfect for your Halloween party tablescape!

push pop pumpkin

Now, I hope you’ll HOP over and take a peek at the other creative and creepy projects in the Halloween Blog Hop!  Scroll down for direct links to each project!

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From left to right in the collage you’ll find:

Randi Dukes About Randi Dukes

I’m Randi, a wife and stay-at-home mom of five kids, ranging from preschool to high school. I love strong coffee, craft and DIY projects, my planner, my laptop, and my big ol’ family. When I’m not creating something for my blog, I can be found in the car, running kids from one place to another. I’m the one knitting at the red light.

Comments

  1. Becky Prasek says:

    Good morning! Wondering where you found the push up pop containers.

  2. Christine S. says:

    Where would I find the push pop containers? I live in the Philadelphia PA area.

    • Randi Dukes Randi Dukes says:

      Wilton is selling them now so you can find them at most places that carry the Wilton line {Michaels, Hobby Lobby, even some grocery stores}. Otherwise, you can always find them online at party supply stores.

  3. Absolutely love how classy this looks too! So clever to serve the pops like that! ♥

  4. This is absolutely adorable, Randi. Great idea!

  5. I LOVE this idea, it is such a clever way to display the push up pop containers. And I really love the idea of putting something other than candy or messy desserts in them, great idea!

  6. I’m so making this mix! And I have a ton of faux pumpkins in various stages of crafting. {grin} One might just have to make an appearance on my table for Halloween! Such a clever idea! {And by the way, no mistake! I adore you!}

  7. Such a great idea! So fun hoping with you!

  8. Super clever idea Randi!

  9. So cute Randi!! What a fun idea!
    Vanessa

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