12 responses to “DIY Popcorn Bags”

  1. Cute Kel. The one with the stars in the corner of the bag is my fave.

  2. Fantastic. I especially love the version with gold stars!

  3. I might just have to start coating all my food with edible gold stars, amazing!

  4. Oh gosh, Kel! I think this has to be a top 10 of my fave projects of yours. I have to say 10, because there are so many. The sprinkled popcorn! Shut the front door.

  5. Kelly, this is such a simple but festive idea! If you don’t mind, I’d love to pin this to the Home Depot’s Red, White, and Blue Pinterest board!

    Cheers,
    Caroline
    Senior Editor, homedepot.com

  6. […] Popcorn, chips, or even a homemade trail mix would fit nicely inside these festive baggies. And they’re so simple, the kids can do them alone! Grab some white lunch baggies and some 4th-inspired stickers for jazzing. We love the simplicity of the gold stars!{found on studiodiy}. […]

  7. […] Popcorn, chips, or even a homemade trail mix would fit nicely inside these festive baggies. And they’re so simple, the kids can do them alone! Grab some white lunch baggies and some 4th-inspired stickers for jazzing. We love the simplicity of the gold stars!{found on studiodiy}. […]

  8. […] Popcorn, chips, or even a homemade trail mix would fit nicely inside these festive baggies. And they’re so simple, the kids can do them alone! Grab some white lunch baggies and some 4th-inspired stickers for jazzing. We love the simplicity of the gold stars!{found on studiodiy}. […]

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