Fourth of July Caramel Corn
What makes this caramel corn recipe extra special is the adorable vintage packaging. This recipe has the old fashioned and nostalgic taste of Crackers Jacks, and will be a hit with guests of all ages. I love putting my popcorn or caramel corn into pretty paper cones for any party and event. These cones make a serving easy to hold and is fun for the kids too. It seems this is the first thing the kids like to reach for when they see them on the food table. Below we have three kinds of printable vintage papers to make the Fourth of July cones that go with your caramel corn recipe. Just print the patterns onto 8.5 x 11 copy paper and trim the edges with pinking sheers. You will also find a sheet of star graphics that you can use as stickers. The round stickers can be printed onto a full sheet label paper and trimmed or punched with a 1.5 inch circle punch. The last piece of the download is the vintage caramel corn sign, which you can also print onto full sheet label paper.
Roll the paper into a cone and use the round stickers to hold it in place. Fill your cones with freshly made and cooled caramel corn and you are ready to serve this festive treat. You can see this whole Vintage Fourth of July party inspiration in this post. For the printable popcorn cone paper, labels and food tag, click the button at the end of this post under the recipe. Enjoy! ~ Lia

Vintage Fourth of July Party