diy dessert conversation bags…inspire

diy dessert conversation startersKeeping in spirit with my current obsession, eating Al Fresco, I had to add one last touch to complete the experience…dessert. However, after a big healthy dinner (with lots of wine) you don’t always want a huge dessert. I decided on Orville Redenbacher’s kettle korn “mostly so I wouldn’t have dishes.”

Our group has a blast when we get together. A typical dinner conversation usually consists of anything we can come up with to show that we don’t have a clue of what we’re talking about and that clearly the label “grown up” does not apply to any of us. I thought it might be fun to stray off our usual debacle (load laughter; as in LOL) and ask a few fun conversation openers. Conversation starters like, what’s your best pick up line, or what turns you off can result in some pretty hilarious conversations. Anyway, I’m hoping you give this a try…it’s a ton of fun. The diy-recipe is at the end of the post. Smooches for now and xoxo
diy lablesconversation stickersdiy dessert bagpopcorndiy dessert conversation bagspic monkeyInstruction recipe…click read more.Ingredients:
Orville Redenbacher’s Kettle Korn
• Brown paper lunch bags
• Avery full sheet shipping labels 5265
• Candy bags Michael’s
• Printer
• Scissors
• Hole punch
• Ribbon
Pic Monkey skills
• Printer/Computer

Recipe directions:

Pic Monkey is my new best friend. My second best friend is full sheet shipping labels. In Pic Monkey, upload a picture of a pattern (you can Google chevron print etc.). Pick out an overlay, I used labels and expanded it to fit the center of the pattern. Once the overlay is the size you desire, pick your background color and border color. Right click over the overlay and choose the send to back option. This will now allow your text to lie on top of the label overlay. No go to text, choose your font and type your conversation question. There are plenty of conversation starter ideas…just Google it. Once you have the first label complete, save it to your desktop. Pic Monkey will leave the completed photo up and you can edit the text portion only to create you next label. Repeat this process until you have all the topics completed. Printing options are different with every printer. I printed my labels in a 5×7 picture format and then trim off all the excess. Place the sticker in center of the front side of the bag, hole punch and string closed with ribbon.

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