Cute DIY Candy Microphone Party Favors are perfect for birthday party treats, Easter baskets, or teacher gifts. Sing while enjoying your favorite candy with this adorable and easy craft.
DIY Candy Microphone Craft for a Birthday Party
Sing louder with fun Candy Microphone Party Favors! I love coming up with easy party ideas that have to do with our favorite movies like SING!
A few years ago, I partnered with Universal Pictures Home Entertainment to bring you these cute Candy Microphone Party Favors.
These easy DIY Candy Microphones are such an easy craft and make the cutest gifts for a birthday party, Easter baskets or karaoke party! With Easter coming soon, these treats would be a fun addition with your Easter eggs.
Cute Karaoke Birthday Party Favors
SING is still my daughter’s all time favorite movie to date. We watched the three mini movies and laughed so much! Gunter the pig is definitely one of our favorite characters.
With my free printable Happy Easter tags, this easy candy craft make the perfect gifts for Easter baskets, birthday party favors and just plain old fun gift giving.
How to make A Candy Microphone
You only need a few supplies to make these adorable candy microphone party favor crafts! They would be adorable to hand out as gifts or as a party craft for the kids.
You could have kids fill up their containers with their favorite candy, then add a microphone foam cover of their choice. So fun!
What You’ll Need To Make Candy Microphones:
- Microphone Foam Covers
- 8″ Tall Candy Tubes
- Your Favorite Candy – Gummy Bears, M&M’s, Jelly Beans or Sixlets work best
- Free Printable SING Tags. Choose from 2 tag designs –“Happy Easter” and “You’re the Best”
- Hot Glue Gun
- Clothes Pin
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Directions for this Easy Party Craft:
Fill each clear candy tube with your favorite candy.
Place a colorful microphone foam cover over the top. Since most candy tubes are only 1″ thick, the foam cover is too wide and will easily fall off.
The solution to keeping the foam cover on the candy tube is to turn it inside out and overlap a bit of foam on the back of the microphone with your fingers and hot glue it together. Use a clothes pin to hold it together until the hot glue dries. Then turn the foam right side out.
Do not glue the foam to the tube or you won’t be able to get the candy out. The foam covers should easily come off for candy access.
Print and cut the SING tags and place on the front of the candy tube.
Display upright on your party table or stuff your Easter baskets. The ideas are endless with what you can do with these sweet treats!
This is such a great candy craft idea for any kind of birthday party or gift!
Originally Published March 27, 2017