Game Day Super “Bowl” Containers

Game Day Super "Bowl" Containers

 

I like to be creative when it comes to celebrating various holidays and I always try to make
something on my own.  I came up with this idea of making  Super Bowl themed containers
out of mini popcorn boxes.  Besides popcorn, these can be used for almost anything like
candy, wings, your own serving of chips and salsa or to hold utensils. I bought black and
white stripped ones to make mini referees and brown ones to make football boxes.  
This was so much fun and is sure to be a winner for your Super Bowl party.

 

Game Day Super "Bowl" Containers

 

What you’ll need:

brown and black and white stripped mini popcorn boxes
toy whistles
mini black buttons
glue dots
Scissors
white duct tape

 

Game Day Super "Bowl" Containers

 

Let’s get started with the referee boxes:

 

 

Step 1:  Lay stripped box flat on the table. Make glue dots into little balls and attach 3 in a
straight line. Making sure to center.

 

Game Day Super "Bowl" Containers

 

Step 2: Attach black buttons to the glue dots making sure they are spaced evenly and centered.

 

Game Day Super "Bowl" Containers

 

Step 3:  Cut whistle string

 

Game Day Super "Bowl" Containers

 

Step 4:  Using glue dots attach the ends of the string to the inside of the box.

 

Game Day Super "Bowl" Containers

 

Step 5:  Hang whistle around the box making it look like a referee’s uniform.

 

Game Day Super "Bowl" Containers

 

Let’s get started with the football boxes:

 

Game Day Super "Bowl" Containers

 

Step 1:  Cut duct tape into thin equal strips.

 

Game Day Super "bowl" Containers

 

Step 2:  Make sure each piece of duct tape is the same size.

 

Game Day Super "Bowl" Containers

 

Step 3: Lay the box flat and place the strip of tape in the middle of the box.

 

Game Day Super "Bowl" Containers

 

Step 4: Cut equal strips of tape for the laces.

 

Game Day Super "Bowl" Containers

 

Step 5:  Center first “lace” in the middle of the strip to foam a cross

 

Game Day Super "Bowl" Containers

 

Step 6:  Add the last two strips of tape evenly to make it look like a football.

 

Game Day Super "Bowl" Containers

 

These mini popcorn boxes will be a game stealer and add that little something to your
party playbook . Touch Down!

Easy! Done! Enjoy!

Plan-it Vicki is the brainchild of Vicki Ross, an experienced Event Planner located in Avon,
a suburb of Hartford, Connecticut. Vicki has created wonderful celebrations all over the
Connecticut Valley and as far west as the Litchfield hills and as far south as Danbury. She
and her staff provide services for small, intimate dinner parties as well as large, full-scale
events such as
 weddings and bar and bat mitzvahs.

For help with your next event contact Plan-it Vicki

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