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How to fill balloons.. Instead of pinatas for parties. Great idea so that each child can pop one balloon and get the goodies inside.

All you need is an empty Kleenex box. Oh and cash. Dollar bills. Tape the dollar bills together end to end with Scotch tape. Obviously the more dollar bills the greater the “WOW”. Stuff them in the Kleenex box with just one dollar sticking out of the box. It’s fun to watch someone’s eyes grow wider as they pull out the dollars that go on and on. Make a tag that says: ”Don’t “blow” it all in one place. The End. Happy Birthday.>

Curious to try makes your Instagrams real. Create a pack of magnets in seconds.

Balloon ninjas to shoot with nerf guns. Best idea EVER!


So gorgeous

Scan and shrink children's art work

monster party shindig

Cute summer birthday gift for kids! Orange You Glad It's Summer Gift Idea- an orange bag with orange soda, cheetos, reeses pieces and other orange items.,

starburst bracelet

Ice Cream Party

cinnamon bread on a stick! lots of yummy camping recipes

pancake art!

Prepare pancake mix as stated on the box.  Then pour all the batter into a large ziploc bag and freeze!  Once you are ready to use it, take it out of the freezer to thaw, snip off a corner of the bag, and you have quick & mess free pancake mix!  It's a great way to use up a few cups of milk before it expires...#foodhack

Water Piñatas!

Great party pinata!!!

Goodnight Cereal Station

this is just such a sweet sight -- kiddos painting in a line //art party. what a great idea!!

Neat alternative to pinatas. A punch box for party favors - its like the price is right game!

Water Balloon Pinata

DIY bubble solution. Put it in a big drink container with a spigot to minimize drips and messes from refilling bubble jars and cups.

Is this not the coolest idea ever for a girl's sleepover? Clever, clever, clever!


around $20 for a school supply cake. Idea for a teacher or classroom

Fun project to do with kids. Take photos, cut them out and glue onto white paper. Then photo copy onto transparency paper, cut out image and roll it up so that it can fit into the top of a soap bottle. Fill with clear soap.