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Posted by Jeffrey Scott Thomas in Birthday, Birthday, Childrens Activities, Christmas, Christmas, Craft Projects, Day of the Dead - Dia de los Muertos, Easter, Easter, Father's Day, Father's Day, Fourth Of July, Fourth Of July, Gifts, Halloween, Halloween, Hanukkah, Hanukkah, Holiday, Holiday, Kwanzaa, Kwanzaa, Memorial Day, Memorial Day, Mother's Day, Mother's Day, New Years, New years, Parties, Party, St Patricks Day, St Patricks Day, Thanksgiving, Thanksgiving, Tid-Bits & Funnies, Valentines Day on February 23, 2013
Sent to us from Cynthia and this originates from FaceBook profile: LittleBirdieInvitationsandDesigns. What a great cheap little egg gift that could be used to put in a basket, to decorate a table, little party gifts for adults, name tags with a tag tied on with a pretty ribbon. You can even used a multitude of different colored yarns that you have as leftovers. I am even thinking red, white and pink for Valentines Day, black and orange for Halloween. Birthdays could be colors to match your theme. Christmas red, green, white with something just very special inside. See where I am going? I even think you could get extra creative and glue or tie little embellishments onto these to make them extra special. You could even get the kids involved to make a bunch for a class party.
Fun for the Kids on Christmas Eve – Grinch Punch with Sprite and lime sherbet and green sprinkles or sugar rim. This could be used for Halloween also.
Posted by Jeffrey Scott Thomas in Birthday, Birthday, Childrens Activities, Christmas, Christmas, Craft Projects, Easter, Easter, Fall, Halloween, Hanukkah, Holiday, Holiday, Kwanzaa, Mother's Day, New Years, New years, Parties, Party, St Patricks Day, Thanksgiving, Thanksgiving, Thanksgiving, Valentines Day, Valentines Day on November 22, 2012
This year when making dinner on Halloween prepare these ahead of time.Make your favorite stuffed peppers with pumpkin cut outs. Remember that you cut out very little because as you cook them they will shrink. Don’t throwaway the tops or stems as you top this guy off to make a great presentation. Serve with a side salad with food colored tited ranch dressing. The kids will love it and it will be a good source of healthy energy after trick-or-treating.
Cut out 3 sections of egg carton a spray paint black. Tie a ribbon through a large bead (or something that will hold the ribbon on the under side of the egg carton) and pull ribbon through hole in middle section of egg carton piece. Glue two googly eyes on the front. Make several of these and use left over ribbon to make the hangers. make sure to spray the underside as well. Let the kids help and remember that Halloween decorations don’t have to look perfect – in fact imperfection actually look better in the end product.It just adds to the creepy feeling to your decorations. Great to let the kids decorate at a party – just spray paint everything before hand and let them use eyes and glitter and beads and other left overs in your craft closet. The would make great name place holders as well – after pulling the ribbon through make a bow. The ribbon can also hold a little bell to bring in the noise.