Inside: 12 unique popcorn box templates! These are FREE popcorn printables so you can DIY and know how to make a popcorn box, bucket, or cone. This post is sponsored by PopSecret thanks to Linqia. All opinions are my own.
I love watching movies, and I love it, even more, when I get to eat a giant bowl of yummy popcorn as I do it.
As a kid, we regularly made and ate popcorn as a family, as we crowded onto the couch to watch a movie, TV show, or Packers football game. It was one of our great family traditions.
We would either get out our air pop machine, and drizzle fresh butter on top, and lots of salt, or occasionally get some special popcorn topping to put on it.
Most often though we enjoyed microwave popcorn, and several bags, because one bag is not enough to satisfy much more than two people.
Instead of fancy popcorn boxes, bowls, or containers, my family always put our popcorn into an empty (and clean) gallon ice cream container!
We passed the container around, and everyone would take turns taking giant handfuls and then shoving that into their mouth, until it was passed over to them again.
Man, I loved that.
With my own family now, I certainly still enjoy watching movies, and I usually enjoy popping some popcorn to go along with it, and my kids love doing it with me.
But, sometimes it’s fun to make movie night a bit more special.
Today, I did what my kids frequently want me to help them do – build a fort!
My kids and I put together a simple sheet fort in our living room. We moved out the ottoman, brought in our tall, wood, dining chairs (thankfully they are “bar height”) and our queen-sized bed sheet.
We clipped the sheets to the chair rungs with those giant bag clips from the kitchen, put a stool on the couch upside down to elevate the height, and voila! A simple, easy, and totally awesome (to young children) fort was born!
We spent some time together as a family watching some shows and playing some videos games, all while snacking on some Pop Secret Popcorn.
I wasn’t on top of the ball enough before we began our popcorn snacking to make cute popcorn boxes for us (as a bowl works fine), but I have to say, making cute individual popcorn boxes is so fun, especially if hosting a fun party, whether for adults or children. They just add that special touch to the night.
So, I put together a little collection of 12 Free DIY Popcorn Box Templates from around the web that you can easily download, print, and assemble (with your kids perhaps!) for your next movie event.
12 Free Popcorn Box Template Printables
Template & Tutorial found at Design, Eat, Repeat.
Template found at Simple As That Blog (designed by Design, Eat, Repeat)
Plain & score line templates, in case you have a great paper one hand your want to us, found at MelStampz.blogspot.com.
Tutorial and Template found at Minted
This is a cute small popcorn box easy to decorate! From Jally Design.
Colored and To-Be Colored Templates found at The Imagination Box
For a box that can close, this template from SavannahJane_02 is perfect.
This tutorial for these cute bags is over at The Candy Tree.
This is actually for Valentine’s Day! How cute! Tutorial and Template found at A Craft A Day
This Star Wars Popcorn printable template is perfect for those Star Wars movie marathons! Grab it from HaleGrafx.
These patriotic printable popcorn cones are a fun twist on the traditional popcorn box! Get it from One Sweet Appetite.
Slightly different than the others, this is a great option for decorating a DIY popcorn bucket! Grab the template from Brit.co.
Bonus: You can print out blank personalized Ticket Stubs or invites from ThisMamaLoves.com:
Have a great night full of Pop Secret Popcorn goodness!
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We love making Pop Secret popcorn….it’s our evening snack before bed! Love all the different popcorn boxes….so fun!
Kimberly @ Stuffed Suitcase says
We love family movie nights and these are a perfect added touch! Thanks for sharing!
WE love an excuse to get the popcorn out and these boxes are perfect for our next movie nights!
Family movie night is something we don’t do nearly enough! I love the idea of watching the movie in a fort.
I love this site so much. I am putting on a skit on Sunday and thought these would be great
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Katelyn Fagan says
Thanks! I updated the post with some new ones!