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Scarecrow Pudding Cups

Easy Scarecrow Pudding Cups

These easy scarecrow pudding cups are perfect for fall parties or even the kids table at Thanksgiving.

Course Craft Project
Cuisine American
Keyword DIY, Fall, Halloween, scarecrow, Thanksgiving
Cook Time 30 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes
Servings 4 cups
Author Jamie


  • 4 Butterscotch Pudding Cups
  • 1 Orange Felt Sheet
  • Natural Raffia
  • Burlap
  • 8 Wiggle Eyes
  • Black Sharpie Marker
  • Scissors
  • Hot Glue Gun and glue sticks to fit


  1. Glue two wiggle eyes on one side of butterscotch pudding. Cut a small triangle out of the felt sheet for the nose. Place the felt triangle (with a pointed side up) center and underneath the eyes. Use the black sharpie to draw on a scarecrow mouth.

    Scarecrow Pudding Cups
  2. Next, take a few pieces of raffia and knot them together in the middle. Should be approximately 5 inches in length after knotting. Pieces can be trimmed at slightly varying lengths.
    easy Scarecrow Pudding Cups
  3. Place a good amount of hot glue on the back off the raffia knot and place it on the edge of the pudding cup lid (above the face), pressing firmly so it dries in place.
    how to make Scarecrow Pudding Cups
  4. Next, take a piece of burlap (approximately 8” x 3”) and wrap it around the pudding cup lid, with the bottom edge giving a slight overhang to the lid. Use a large dab of hot glue to secure the back end pieces in place on the top of the lid near the back. Next place a dab of glue over the raffia ribbon knot and press the burlap down so it stays in place in the front as well.
    simple directions for Scarecrow Pudding Cups
  5. Repeat for all four pudding cups or as many cups as you need to make.

    instructions to make Scarecrow Pudding Cups

Recipe Notes

Remember to always be careful using a hot glue gun around children.