If you’re throwing an Earth Day party, why not make your own eco-friendly party products like these free printable Earth Day Popcorn Boxes! (Remember to recycle them when you have finished!) Use the print-at-home template and some glue to make them, then scoop up your favorite flavored popcorn into these themed boxes – or even fill them with other dry snacks like potato chips!
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Earth Day Popcorn Boxes
These free printable Earth Day popcorn boxes are so cute and easy to make! Just download the free printables (8 different designs – one is black-and-white for you to color in), print, cut, fold, and stick them together to form the popcorn box. The best part is filling each one with yummy popcorn!
- You will find the download links further down this page surrounded by a purple box. Tap the purple download buttons to save the file(s) to your device.
- Printables are available in two paper sizes – A4 and US Letter (8.5″ x 11″). Download the size that is appropriate for your printer.
What is Earth Day?
Earth Day is an annual event on April 22 to demonstrate support for environmental protection. First held on April 22, 1970, it now includes a wide range of events coordinated globally by EarthDay.org including 1 billion people in more than 193 countries.Wikipedia
I’ve got a whole bunch of Earth Day Printables for you to download and use to celebrate our planet, as well as use as an opportunity to discuss environmental and ecological issues with your kids, like deforestation, pollution, and climate change. Talk about ways you can help – maybe picking up litter in your neighborhood, planting a tree, recycling at home, or simply going for a walk in nature.
The theme of Earth Day 2021 is Restore Our Earth™, and I think it’s a great choice after the past year we’ve had as a planet. With the pandemic and global lockdowns, we could see how quickly the planet can recover when humans are not polluting it! It’s something I feel like humanity should learn from and protect for future generations.
How To Use Earth Day Popcorn Boxes
- Download the free printable file to your device.
- Using a printer, simply print as many of the popcorn boxes as you need onto thin [white] card or good quality thick [white] paper.
- Flip over to the blank side, and you should be able to judge where to score some lines with a scoring tool to make folding easier. They are along the bottom flap tabs, the side flap, and along each edge from point to point.
- Fold around, and use a glue stick, glue roller, or sticky tape to secure the sides first, then upend, to tape the bottom flaps.
- You can also layer the bottom flaps over each other so that they intersect and don’t actually need to be taped or glued! My video tutorial (above – they’re my Easter-themed boxes, but the assembly is the same) demonstrates how you can do this.
- If you are using glue, you may want to add a paper clip to hold everything in place until the glue dries.
- Fill up with popcorn (or another dry snack)!
Download Earth Day Popcorn Boxes
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More Popcorn Box Printables
Looking for other popcorn box printables to download? Right-click and open these ones in a new tab to check out next:
- Free Printable Baby Shark Popcorn Boxes (Baby Shark Party Printables)
- Popcorn + Treat Boxes – The Nightmare Before Christmas
- Free Printable Easter Popcorn Boxes
Over the years I’ve created a variety of printables – for crafts, parties, organisation, celebrations like Halloween, Christmas, and more! Here are 100+ Free Printables to download and use!
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