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What’s your leprechaun name? This is a fun, St. Patrick’s Day activity to play with your children. #stpatricksday

I love this.. Reminds me of How the grinch stole christmas

Shirley Temples are delicious and look pretty, but if you serve them before they've been mixed, they can make a fantastic Halloween drink. Just fill syringes with grenadine and serve them up in a glass of 7-Up

This is so easy. Cut out any scary shapes on black cardboard, tape to window panes, cover with green tissue paper and light from behind. It's a great effect.

Use a craft punch. (Four leaf clovers out of spinach for topping dishes on St. Patrick's Day)

LOVE LOVE LOVE A little inexpensive white tulle and some Dollar Tree glittery snowflakes and... Voila! Winter wreath!

Styrofoam balls, sprayed with glue and then rolled in glitter. Inexpensive and gorgeous.

Chocolate covered strawberries as Christmas lights!

Make your own superhero ornaments!!! These are AWESOME and so simple

Christmas Eve Surprise Box. Include: new pajamas, Christmas movie, popcorn, mugs, hot chocolate, marshmallows, Christmas book. I think we might have to start this tradition :)

A word search with everyone's names. Circle the name of the recipient. Use Puzzlemaker on DiscoveryEducation.

Halloween: cover a bra in glitter, beads and sea shells. MERMAID COSTUME. :)

Find over 130 Halloween Pumpkin Carving Patterns here. Yeah, you've got this! Tinkerbell, Snow White, Cinderella, Ariel, Maleficent, Captain Hook, Angry Birds, Transformers, Words and Phrases, Cartoons, ghosts, bats, Disney, witches, spiders, webs, owls,

Halloween: how to make spider web balloons. So cool!!