This adorable Harry Potter popcorn box set printable is chockful of Potter goodness. Our popcorn boxes come in two sizes and are easy to put together, making them an easy DIY Harry Potter craft idea.
Harry Potter Movie Night
Oh yes – we love our family movie nights here on Ruffles and Rain Boots. And now that my daughter is older, we get to watch one of my favorite series of all time: Harry Potter!
I get a bit excited about sharing my favorite things with my daughter. And my husband – he hadn’t even seen them OR read the books. How does that happen?
You can see all of our Harry Potter food and crafts here, but recently, I published the first share in our Potter movie night, healthy caramel corn. Can caramel popcorn really be healthy? Check it out and you’ll see the changes I made to remove some of the processed junk in most recipes.
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How to Assemble Your Harry Potter Popcorn Box
Step 1: Print out the template you need on white card stock. I have included both the miniature popcorn box and the large popcorn box in this set.
Step 2: Cut out along the gray lines. Fold along the red lines.
Step 3: Glue or tape where indicated and your Harry Potter popcorn box is ready!
Note: if you’re making dinner (or want 5-minutes to take a breath), give the kids the popcorn boxes in the flat form and ask them to decorate. It’s fun when they add googly eyes to the glasses or draw their own fantastic beasts on the white panels.
Get the Printable Harry Potter Popcorn Box!
Click here to get the fun set of Harry Potter movie night popcorn boxes. I’d love to see them in action, so be sure to tag @rufflesandrain on Instagram or share on Facebook with a tag!
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