Monday, October 19, 2009

What can you do with colored popcorn?

What can you do with colored popcorn? Put it in a curvy glass jar that's what!

If you can't find colored popcorn, twist off the kernels from indian corn. I like to sprinkle cinnamon oil on it them to give my home a pleasant scent. Insert a candle and enjoy the ambiance.

Another so simple project you can do!
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Blondie's Journal said...

How pretty and original. I love the idea of the cinnamon oil too!! Thanks!


kimmcl said...

What a great filler! Thanks so much for that awesome tip! Kim

Love the Decor! said...

Great idea it looks pretty and smells good!!

Robin said...

Fantastic idea! I love it surrounded by pumkins- also love how easy it seems to put together. Nothing better then simple, quick projects that looks fantastic!

Rachel B said...

You're so creative! Thanks for the tip. I'm going to do it.

Amber said...

So cute! I will have to try this!

Tracey McBride said...

Hi Kim, This is such a pretty yet practical idea! You could probably still pop the corn once you're done using it as filler (perhaps use it to make a popcorn garland for the holiday tree...??). I have a bag of blue popcorn that I've been wondering what to do with. It never popped well (less than half the kernels) yet, being frugal ;), I was reluctant to throw it out. Now you've given me a wonderful use for it!! So clever.
Thank you.

Penny @ The Comforts of Home/Lavender Hill Studio said...

What a wonderful idea for fall! Very clever....

Anne~fiona and twig said...

Simple is good! And very loely to look at, too!
Best of luck in my giveaway!

Anonymous said...

Cinnamon oil... I will have to try that.
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I like popcorn better in a bowl cause it tends to stick to my hips.
Truck loads of blessings!

Jacci said...

That is gorgeous! :) I love to hear new ideas of what to put in around candles. Hadn't thought of this one. Simple and pretty. Thanks!

Oh, and thanks for your *very* kind words about our kitchen. We're getting there. Still a ways to go. Go on, take the doors off those cabinets and grab a can of primer. I'll talk you through it if you'd like :) Why scowl at those cabinets even one more day???

Great blog!


Melissa Miller said...

This looks really beautiful! What a fantastic idea.

Thank you very much for entering my one year giveaway. I really appreciate meeting wonderful peole like you.

Good Luck and Many Blessings!
~Melissa :)

Kitty Scraps said...

Hello! You stopped by my blog and left me so great ideas for my plastic box shelf thingies and I just wanted to tell you thank you because those were certainly some very clever ideas! I'd never thought of them myself! Thank you for sharing *smiles*

You have such a lovely blog and filled with great ideas. Popcorn ~ absolutely ingenious but oh so easily done ~ I love it! I am jar filler challenged to say the least. Have a wonderful week!

Twyla and Lindsey said...

So glad I found your blog! You have such lovely ideas. Have a wonderful weekend. Twyla

Kelee said...

GREAT popcorn idea Natalie!

Thank-you for stopping over...I love new friends!

Happy Holidays Honey!

love, kelee

Gayle (GardenofDaisies) said...

I love that idea!!! You are so clever!