My free printable Winnie The Pooh mini popcorn box template will put you “in the mood …for food.” Download my Pooh popcorn box printable to make your own snack boxes for a Winnie the Pooh movie night or birthday party theme.
Remember that song? It’s from the classic movie “The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh” available on Blu-ray Combo Pack and HD Digital August 27th. When Disney asked me to come up with a DIY project to support the movie release, I needed to Think Think Think! And of course, like silly old Pooh bear I came up with snacks:popcorn with granulated honey salt, no bees needed.
This post is sponsored by Disney and Blueprint Social. All opinions are mine. I only work with brands I love, and working with Disney was so much fun! I totally remember watching the Winnie the Pooh movie when I was Elise’s age, and I couldn’t wait to share the Hundred Acre Wood stories with her.
I drew Winnie The Pooh printable mini popcorn box templates for our little viewing party with movie quotes like “Hip Hip Pooh Ray!” for Pooh…
And “Oh D-D-D-Dear Dear” for accidental kite, Piglet…
Naturally, Tigger’s printable popcorn box had to have a bouncy tail on the back.
Elise was super excited to see the “The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh” because we just met the Hundred Acre Woods pals at Disneyworld including Pooh, Eeyore, Piglet and Tigger too.
For our viewing party, our friends Sam and Sarah came over to watch the Hundred Acre Woods friends outwit bees, fly through a blustery day, get stuck in Rabbit’s front door, enjoy a Hero’s party, dream about Heffalumps and Woozles, meet lovable Tigger, and more.
Just print, cut and assemble these mini popcorn boxes to throw your own Winnie The Pooh party.
Share the friendships and stories of “The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh” with your kids!
And you can friend Pooh on Facebook too.
Supplies for making free printable Winnie The Pooh, Tigger and Piglet mini popcorn boxes
- Kathy’s Winnie The Pooh, Tigger and Piglet mini popcorn box free printable template (PDF) – If you like it, please pin it, post a comment or share with your friends
- White card stock paper
- Glue stick
- Good paper scissors
How to make Winnie The Pooh mini popcorn boxes with Pooh, Tigger, and Piglet:
Step 1: Download and print my free printable Winnie the Pooh popcorn box template
Print out my free mini popcorn box template. Be sure to “print to fit” so that your entire box fits onto your paper.
Step 2: Cut out the popcorn boxes, ears and Tigger’s tail
Cut them out and set the two loose ears to the side.
Step 3: Fold the popcorn boxes on the lines
Fold the box on the lines, including the fold lines on the sides and bottom.
Step 4: Glue the popcorn boxes together
Grab your own little helper to glue the box together, side first.
Then the bottom.
It’ll look like this. Almost done!
[Now when making the Tigger box, before you glue the bottom you’ll insert the tail. Just bend the orange end like so…
and glue to the top.]
Step 5: Glue the backs of the ears to the popcorn boxes
Glue the backs of the loose ears, spreading the glue all the way to the sides, and attach them to the back of the ears.
Step 6: Fill popcorn boxes with treats!
You can line them with wax paper if you’d like to avoid butter spots. Fill with honey (I mean, popcorn).
Want to add more free printable Winnie The Pooh-inspired crafts to your party?
By Elise’s request, we also made Pooh, Tigger and Piglet free printable ears on headbands.
This post is sponsored by Disney and Blueprint Social. All opinions are mine. I only work with brands I love, and working with Disney was so much fun!
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Monday 18th of September 2017
Very good! Great ideas!
Sunday 17th of January 2016
Very nice! =)
Tuesday 3rd of February 2015
Please could you send me the supplier details
Sunday 15th of June 2014
This is so great! We are planning a Winnie-the Pooh birthday party for my 4-year old daughter this coming weekend. We are having all the kids make the ears and we'll be painting their faces to go with them. One of the snacks will be honey vanilla popcorn in your popcorn boxes. Thanks for the great (and easy!) ideas. We're doing a pooh scavenger hunt in our neighboring Christmas tree farm. This should be really fun!
Thursday 6th of February 2014
Parabéns pelo site é simplesmente maravilhoso, adorei as caixinhas, até postei no meu blog, mas coloquei os devidos créditos. Abraços