DIY Popcorn Stand

DIY pallet popcorn stand

A week ago we were in Michigan celebrating Mr. LMB’s little sister’s graduation. It was seriously so amazing that we could be home to celebrate such a big moment in her life & we got to help decorate & set up for her big graduation party as well. From small DIY projects like mason jar vases, chalkboard labels, & burlap table runners, to buiding DIY chalkboard easels, a DIY wood planter cooler, & a DIY popcorn stand. Her party was awesome! I think my favorite DIY project for the party was the Popcorn stand. Mr. LMB & his dad made together while my beautiful mother in-law & I decorated it.

DIY pallet popcorn stand - Easy to build & would work for any kind of stand you need! lizmarieblog.com
DIY pallet popcorn stand - Easy to build & would work for any kind of stand you need! lizmarieblog.com
DIY pallet popcorn stand - Easy to build & would work for any kind of stand you need! lizmarieblog.com
DIY pallet popcorn stand - Easy to build & would work for any kind of stand you need! lizmarieblog.com
The boys did the building of the popcorn stand which you can see on Mr. LMB’s blog {here}. I made the sign & it was super simple to make. Please excuse my cell phone photos of the process, but we were on a time limit!

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I started with some 8 inch cardboard letters from Hobby lobby. I first spray painted them with a bronze spray paint & let it dry. I then came in with a red spray paint & let that layer dry. Once it was completely dry I took a sanding block & distressed the letters to make them look antique. For the board I purchased it at Lowes & painted it with some leftover chalkboard paint I had from other projects we were doing. I then seasoned the board with chalk by rubbing chalk all over the board & wiping off. This helped the board look more used & antiqued. That’s it for the sign! You can make this sign for almost anything, but it works great for a lovely popcorn stand.

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DIY pallet popcorn stand - Easy to build & would work for any kind of stand you need! lizmarieblog.com
What do you think of the lovely DIY popcorn stand? I’m in love & I think Mr. LMB should make us one now. Be sure to head on over to his blog {here} & see how he made it! Let me know what you think of it in the comments below, on Facebook, & find me on Instagram! xx

Ps. Isn’t this flowerbed drink cooler that they made pretty awesome? This planter box cooler is around 20 feet & was filled with drinks at the beginning of the party. It was a very unique & genius way to keep the drinks cool & have easy access for guests. ┬áIt did a great job at keeping the drinks cool too. I took this photo after the party was over & the drinks had been in the cooler for over 7 hours in the 90 degree heat. Each part of the flower box was labeled & contained different drinks & after the party it can be used as a planter along the fence!

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Comments

  1. I just love this! Awesome job Liz!

  2. that is amazing! love it!

  3. This has to be one of the coolest pallet projects I’ve ever seen!!! I just love it!!

  4. Jessica R says:

    I love this! I want one for my backyard now!! Can you please give us more details on the planter cooler? did you just use wood or did you use different material for the inside? Thanks!

    • Hey Jessica! The planter is simply wood. A wood box with posts on the outside. When we put the pop in it we first lined the box with plastic tarp & than put the ice in.. it stayed cold all day! Hope this helps!

  5. Rebecca Villasenor says:

    My husband and I love your popcorn stand.. thanks for the great idea!

  6. Absolutely adorable! This would also be great for birthday parties!!!

  7. Love it!

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  9. This is too cute- and love your Mr.’s blog- the tutorial makes it totally do-able :)

  10. Waouh ! The DIY popcorn stand looks very lovely !! I LOVE the cooler, what a job !

  11. Beautiful project!
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