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    Elmer's Glue Tie Dye. Probably the coolest idea I've seen in a long time. So cool I think we will try this

    how to make great, inexpensive gift baskets, lists for different themed baskets--spa, beach/summer, gardening, culinary from CampClem blog

    Putting a glow stick in a balloon for pool lanterns..You know, for when I have a pool! ;)

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    Send a box full of balloons with notes/money inside each one. Won't weigh much to ship! Great for niece and nephew birthdays. I want to do this!!

    diy flowers lights--easy and genius

    Water Balloon Pinatas.

    #DIY glowing solar jars!

    For a baby gift, wrap the present with a baby blanket instead of paper. Sign your name in a mini-baby book and use that as a card instead of a paper card that will get thrown away!

    Keep a bagel in place using a CD Spindle #Genius!

    I can never go through a bunch of green onions before they spoil - didn't know you could freeze them!

    Mmmm. Bake cupcakes for 5 minutes and then drop a Hershey Kiss in the center and continue baking. It sinks to the middle and makes a chocolate center! Absolutely GENIUS!

    Pour water over, freeze, and it makes the best lemon ice cubes

    DIY Solar Lights--tutorial is easy! check this out...

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    Scoop ice cream into baking cups before the party and put in the freezer. When cake is served bring out the pre-made scoops.