How to Make Butterfly Snack Bags
How to make butterfly snack bags. Such a fun snack idea for kids with easy supplies like clothespins, snack bags, googly eyes and pipe cleaners.
These butterfly snack bags make lunches or snack time fun in just a few easy steps!
butterfly snack bags
These are easy to make but can also be motivating too: If you have a kiddo that loves to snack, this is a subtle way to portion their food. If you have a picky eater, this is a clever way to give them a goal to see if they can eat all the wings ☺
supplies to make butterfly snack bags
You’ll need a few supplies to make these fun snack bags.
You can use plastic snack bags or reusable, either one will work.
- snacks bags or reusable snack bags
- scrapbook paper
- googly eyes
- pipe cleaner
- hot glue or glue dots
how to make butterfly snack bags
It’s a pretty easy project that makes a big statement once in the lunchbox and your kids will love filling up the baggie with 2 types of snacks, one snack per side of the “wings.”
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Cut the scrapbook paper around the clothespin. You could also paint them if this is too advanced for toddlers.
Cut the pipe cleaners to 3″ then curl the ends to look like antennas.
Glue dot or hot glue the paper onto the clothespins and then glue the antennas onto the mouth of the clothespin.
I think the googly eyes make this project!
Glue them on as well then let your kids simply fill the baggies then twist and pin!
You’ll see we filled one side of our butterflies with something salty like cheese square or multi grain crackers and something sweet like fruit snacks.
We have a pin board FULL of easy school lunch box ideas too! We’d love for you to PIN THIS so your friends can make them, too!
We would love to hear what tips or trick work for your family to help keep snacking fun!
This is such an adorable idea. The kids will be happy to eat healthy snacks when it comes in pretty packaging. Thank you for the sweet inspiration.
Super cute idea! Love the work you girls do.
I love the butterfly idea! What a fun way to add something special to lunchtime 🙂 Thanks for linking up with Merry Monday!
What a cute idea!
Thanks for sharing with SYC.
Thanks, Carol, appreciate it!
These little bags are just adorable. Thanks so much for sharing with us at Full Plate Thursday, your recipe is great! Hope you have a wonderful week and come back to see us real soon.
What a fab idea! I’m definitely having a go at these when the kids go back to school. Thanks for joining up with #NaturallyCrafty 🙂
Really cute my kids would love them.
Thanks, Charlotte! Our littles had a good time crafting 😀
I bet the kids love these! Thanks for sharing with us at Creatively Crafty Link Party #CCBG http://tryit-likeit.com/link-party-it
What a cute idea; my grandkids would love it! I’ll be adding this to my craft idea list for them. Thanks for sharing!
Thanks so much, Teresa! They’re easy too, mom win!
This is so adorable! I love it!
Would love for you to share this with my Facebook Group for recipes, crafts, and tips: https://www.facebook.com/groups/pluckyrecipescraftstips/
Thanks for joining Cooking and Crafting with J & J!
Love this! So creative!
Love this easy idea! Love Motts too. Thanks so much! 🙂
well a hour later i am back!! great blog, great ideas, plan on going back to check out more.
this is so darn fun!!! 🙂
Really fun…I love your blog =)
Darling! I am delighted and have just signed up to follow your blog!
Have a good evening~
I follow you both now- super cute!
I just found your blog, it’s great! Thank YOU for giving me some new ideas!