Italian Soda Bar Printable

I had so much fun hosting my first Family History GNO! It’s my mission to show everyone how fun and easy and important doing family history is. It’s definitely not your grandma’s family history and this GNO was proof! We had a fun Italian Soda bar, cookies, a photo booth, tons of giveaways and then we talked about how most of what we do is from our phones! I’m hosting classes and doing posts a couple times a month over on my blog with all the tips and tricks I’ve learned to making documenting and researching our families fun and easy in our busy lives. How many of us have our phones on our person all. the. time. Therefore, it really doesn’t take much time or effort to upload pictures and print them so your kids can look back and remember that awesome family vacation. Yes, that is doing your family history! See? It’s totally fun and easy! 

But, since most of you can’t attend my fabulous GNO, here’s how to have your own Italian Soda Bar, perfect for any occasion! 

Italian Soda Bar
There are TONS of options of mixes, but I went with classics: coconut, lime, raspberry, blackberry, peach and vanilla. Simply fill your cup with ice, pump a couple squirts of the flavor, pour in the sparkling soda and top with whip cream! You can find the Torani syrups and pumps for about $20 each on Amazon. 
 
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To make this same cute sign you need:
Download the cut file and cut it then use transfer tape to put it on the wrapping paper. Easy as pie, cream soda.
 
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Doesn’t it just make you want to have a GNO? Don’t forget to follow me on Instagram and Facebook to see when my next fun GNO is!

You know we’re complete suckers for Dirty Diet Coke so we would LOVE this Italian Soda Bar, Diet Coke style. :D A huge thanks for Carissa Miss for joining us today! Check out more from her cute site:

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Carissa
I love finding ways to DIY great design. I love running and dancing and staying fit and I'm always trying to find healthy alternatives to my favorite foods. I am lucky enough to have a beautiful daughter and a little boy who are my pride and joy. My husband and I bought our first house in 2012 and have been working like crazy to make it more our own. I'm addicted to fiction novels and you will often find me reading in my bed instead of doing the dishes or mopping my floor. I call my un-tidyness my "in process" mode as I'm always in the middle of some sort of project!

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