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Things I want to try/Great Ideas!

Things I want to try/Great Ideas!

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How to make a cake with a name in it!

Bible Verses to read from December 1st to Christmas Eve

The ultimate auto safety device. Includes an automatic glass breaker, seat belt cutter, panic button/personal alarm, flashlight and emergency flasher. It also has a digital tire gauge and thermometer, and it even glows in the dark.

Stocking Stuffers for MEN


Disguise for hiding a router or cable box

Father's Day Gift I made for my husband.

FOR DOGS- FROSTY PAWS! Homemade dog treats frosty paws Recipe: 32 oz. plain yogurt 1 mashed ripe banana 2 tablespoons peanut butter 2 tablespoons honey Glad to know I can make them homemade...these are so expensive in stores!!!

Pudding shots!?

The Lazy Shoe Zen by leonardparker1 on Etsy, $26.00.

carved pumpkin

Who knew

Dog paw prints instead of kids hand prints!! Must do!!

take a picture together every anniversary and watch yourselves grow old together.

Apparently pumpkin helps soothe upset doggy stomachs... who knew?? This is a great (and simple) recipe for pumpkin doggy biscuits.

Paw Print Ornament! Great way to always remember your pets!

The Shoe Game. This sounds absolutely hilarious. I want to do this!!

Glow-in-the-Dark Puff Paint Instead of Carving

What a great gift

easy way to clean stove burners


Carve Pumpkins with Cookie Cutters

From collecting rain to directly watering the garden

keep the bugs out during summer

Here is the world’s easiest way to make boiled eggs. 1. Fill a pot with water and set the temp to high. Add desired amount of eggs making sure the water covers the entire egg. Bring it to a boil. DON”T CONTINUE TO BOIL. Once it begins, remove it from the heat and put a lid on it. Set your timer for 15 minutes. 2. Ding! Pour the hot water off and immediately fill your pot with cold water. Add as much ice as you can to this water. If it melts in a few minutes, add more. The water should be icy cold when you put your hand in it. If not, continue adding ice. 3. After about 10-15 minutes (no set time), pour NEARLY all of the water off reserving about an inch. 4. Put the lid on and now it’s time to play bumper cars. You heard me, shake those babies bumping them together back and forth. You’ll look ridiculous, but I promise it’s worth the goofy look so you’re not peeling each one under cold running water. Just continue to shake, shake, shake for about a minute and voila! When you remove the lid nearly all of your shell has fallen off the egg and they EASILY peel off without peeling the egg off.