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I haven’t seen one in person, but they sure sound fun! Learn more here.
What I like most about the idea is that it can really take the pressure off the planning so there is more time to just enjoy the company!
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I just wanted to pop in real quick and give a shout out to all the awesome dads in the world. I lucked out when I got my dad. He has a fun sense of humor, and a generous heart. It’s been hard to watch him struggle with the after effects of three strokes, but we are so happy to have him with us.
Me and my dad… making faces of course.
My love for Tai Pan Trading is probably pretty obvious by now. Our Easter table was full of fun items from their store, including the flower plates and the cute carrot silverware holders.
Today I went to Tai Pan and found that all Easter items are 50% off. This is a great deal, and surprisingly they still had a lot of very cute Easter items. I wouldn’t wait though, Easter things were leaving quickly. Luckily I got two bunnies that I had my eye on!
Looking for something fun to give your guests on New Year’s Eve, but don’t want to spend too much time or effort? This quick and easy cone is for you!
Fill it with favorite candy, some sparklers and poppers, and you are set to ring in the new year at midnight. The size of the paper will determine how much you can fit in, I used a small origami paper, so I couldn’t fit in much, but a larger paper could hold tons of fun!
I simply rolled it to a cone shape, and taped the edge with glitter tape. I also used a metallic pen to write 2015 on the paper. It’s a really easy, but fun, way to surprise your guests! I mean, who wouldn’t love their own cone of candy and fireworks to welcome the new year?!