Popcorn is definitely a favorite snack here in our studio and we somehow seem to build it into every party theme we do. (Wink). How about popcorn with a little twist for your Fourth of July celebration? This recipe is a light kettle corn, less sweet and sticky than caramel corn, and we have added our own tart addition with freeze dried blueberries and raspberries. . . Sweet, salty and tart in one bite. Yum! The recipe to make kettle corn is surprisingly easy which kick in my imagination on how many variations one could make for party treats. I love to serve my popcorn in cones as it make a handy bowl and is fun for the kid, so we designs this indigo and red striped print for you to make these colorful cones. You can download the PDF below and print with a laser printer onto a card stock. I prefer laser printing for food because the ink will not bleed and it leave a shiny surface. Just take the file down to your local FedEx Office or other office supply store that offers laser printing service. We have also included a sheet of Fourth of July stickers. These should be printed onto a full sheet sticker paper and trimmed with a punch. Easy. Pop back later today for our final July 4 printable to finish up this fun series. Cheers! ~ Lia
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