Superbowl Party Ideas for the Win. Food, deocrating and fun! http://randomrecycling.com/extra-points-for-your-superbowl-party/

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Under the Sea Graham Crackers - easy to make and perfect for an under the sea party!

Under the Sea Graham Crackers | The First Year

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Dr. Suess week treat

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Adorable idea for a fall party favor

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New Year's Eve Party Ideas including midnight kisses!

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Rice crispy treat legos! I would make these with colored mini marshmallows and frost them in matching icing

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Angry Birds Food Fun

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Life Size Pac-Man Grab some tape and make a Pac-Man board on your floor. Put down coins for the dots. Have a couple of friends throw on sheets to make the ghosts. Have another friend try to collect all the coins while the ghosts try to catch them!

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Add food coloring to individual pots of boiling water. Cook pasta as directed, drain and rinse separately. Toss and get ready to swirl - birthday pasta

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For outside parties, bury glowsticks in the ice.

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Green eggs for Dr. Seuss day--vanilla pudding with green food color, Nilla wafer as yolk

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Use a fish net to scoop them out!

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Dr. Suess Jello!

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great way to make fruit salad a finger food

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Ready to Dip Fruit and Veggie Cups

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Make balloon ninjas to fight (or shoot w/nerf guns). How fun!

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ice age dino dig - fun activity or possible bday idea for FEE?

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Superhero scavenger hunt

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for a birthday morning surprise

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Ice eggs! Put little toys in a balloon and fill with water. Freeze overnight and pull out in the morning for summer fun.

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Brilliant! Scoop the ice cream into lined cupcake pans & put them in the freezer. then just pull them out when you cut the cake & serve!

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Fill balloons with water, freeze and use and reuse them instead of ice! Super cute for kids parties!!!

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Genius Idea---use a 9 oz. plastic cup wrapped in treat bags to individually package cupcakes.

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