4th of July Popcorn Bar


Are you looking for a fun, easy and affordable idea for the kids this 4th of July? Here you go friends!  Set up a “Popcorn Bar” for less than $100…..awesome right?!  I had the opportunity to share these ideas at our local TV show, Arizona Midday this past Monday. My little girls came with me for the first time.  They had so much fun decorating cookies while mommy was doing her thing! 🙂

popcorn party ideasMake a trip to the $.99 cents store to pick up those star bowls to put the popcorn in. Buy the red and blue scoops from Party City for $.79 cents each. popcorn_bar_ideasLabel the bowls with the type of popcorn each one has. You’ll be able to download free labels at bottom of this post. They are courtesy of Simply Creative Insanity. Thank you Brandy!popcorn boxespopcorn snack bagsYou can put chinese food take out boxes or paper bags for the kids to put their popcorn in. The party circles are a free download from Simply Creative Insanity as well.

popcorn_bar_ideas 3You can buy some star glass dishes from the Dollar Tree and buy candy or chocolate that matches your table.  Sweetworks has sixlets in all sorts of fun colors!

4th of july partyI bought the new blue SunnyD juice bottles for the kids. Free labels at the bottom of the post for you to print or you can use patriotic scrapbook paper.

4th of july party 9DIY 4th of July CenterpiecesDIY 4th of july centerpiecesI made these festive centerpieces with fans from Via Blossom and random decorations I had in my 4th of July bin.  The star picks are from the $.99 cents store.

4th of july treats 2Put fresh berries inside ice cream cups. I recycled an egg carton and sat them in there.popcorn bar4th of july cookie decoratingMy girls wore beautiful clothes from some awesome and talented Etsy sellers:

4th of july tv segmentYou can get all the FREE labels, tags, sign and party circles here:

Watch our Arizona Midday TV segment online! My girls and I hope you enjoy it!  Click HERE


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