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Minecraft Dirt coin bank by perlephile on Etsy

dehydrating guide for 100+ foods

101+ Dehydrating Recipes for Food Storage, Hiking and Paleo Diets

momwithaprep.com

2 quarts applesauce 1 (3 ounce) box sugar-free jello Mix applesauce and Jell-O. Spread in food dehydrator, or a fruit leather tray, or a plastic wrapped tray. Dry by your dehydrator's manufacturer's instructions, until no wet spots are left. I have used all sorts of fruit puree not just apple sauce. Use your favorite flavor of Jell-O.

Fruit Roll-Up Recipe - Food.com - 338489

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Check out this amazing prize you can win! Go to Johnny's Seasonings Facebook page to enter!

Hot or Cold Giveaway

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Kidkraft Pirate Sand Boat Sandbox

Kidkraft Pirate Sand Boat Sandbox FREE SHIPPING - $214.95

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Kid's Craft for October on the FineStationery Blog

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Do you have a #minecraft addict in the house? Check out these 8 Minecraft crafts to get them crafting offline rather than online.

Makes a quick baby blanket.

Crocheted flower blanket.

Dunn's River Falls, Ocho Rios Jamaica about time to visit again

Kids did this in Kindergarten...they LOVED it! Draw on sandpaper with crayon, turn upside down, iron onto T-shirt. how proud will kids be to wear their original art designs!

Graduation Cupcakes

Homemade pet jelly fish. Think my son and I will be making this for his 3d project!!

Paint the inside of a bookshelf to instantly add color!

Amazing Witch Hazel…The Medicinal Marvel With The Funny Name!

Gluten Free & Grain Free Pretzels

make your own bouncy balls , plus 14 other Favorite Science Experiments for Kids

Hello Kitty Granny Square Scarf Crochet Pattern

Christmas morning - Snowman on a stick...served with hot cocoa, cute!

Snowman Milk Jugs...cute idea if you have children

Teaching LDS Children. Awesome website with a ton of great FHE Lessons

10 Tips For Flying With Children... I thought I had good ideas, this is worth the read !!

Instead of gingerbread houses (which are WAY hard): Turn ice cream cones into christmas trees & decorate. Much easier for preschoolers!