I am thinking a stack of these sitting next to a bowl of snacks is great—–makes  nice portable containers for backyard guests.

Print out the template and fold into a cone. It overlaps at the top about about two inches to no overlap at the point. You could easily use tape to fasten, but I used hot glue. My local printing store was running a special so I saved the file to a flash drive and had them print directly from the file. They did look much better than if I had printed them on my printer, plus the color copy paper is heavier with a nice sheen.

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  1. Love the DIY pretzel cups! I’m bummed I missed it for this year. The “rocket boys” are priceless too. Great creativity!

  2. Hello friend, good day.
    I come to visit.
    Your work is wonderful.
    Your blog is very beautiful.
    Good Sunday to voce.Nile.

  3. Oh my gosh those are so cute! They might be perfect for some little brownie bites. I think I’ll have to give them a try.

  4. AWESOME !!!! I’m printing them now and will serve our softball team a festive snack in them this weekend. Your making me look good and I’ll tell everyone where I got the idea. I’m going to make cute little cards out of your logo and wed address to pass out when people ask about the snack. Thanks

  5. These are great! I don’t know if I’ll get to them this year, but for sure NEXT year. And I’m wondering: How DO you find the time? Are you one of those Moms that never sleeps? YOU ROCK!

  6. This is the best! I am overwhelmed at the moment but want to do something simple but cute and this is perfect

  7. What a neat idea! These could be used for any get together. Thanks!!!!!

    Happy 4th!!!

    God Bless the Red, White and Blue!


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