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Use temporary tattoos to decorate Easter eggs (Country Living)

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Fun Halloween Balloons

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Easter tradition...your kids plant jelly beans, and when they wake up in the morning, lollipops have "grown" where the jelly beans were planted. Such a cute idea!

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Cinnamon ornaments- they make your tree smell AMAZING!!!

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wrapped roll of coins- stocking stuffer

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Reindeer!

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Christmas cookies

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Christmas card idea!! Draw with chalk on the driveway and pose the kids laying down. Stand on ladder and take picture. Fun stuff. Wonder if Audrey would cooperate?

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a cave of stars - just poke christmas lights through the top of an old box and add some pillows and snacks.

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Elf on the shelf

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Remember to use a toilet paper roll as a filler- makes ornaments go further in filling vases! smart!!

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diy~cinnamon stick stars hanging on a tree would smell so good

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Elf on a Shelf Ideas

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Zombie Pumpkins

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such a pretty way to serve olives on rosemary wreath appetizer platter

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Thanksgiving Kid Crafts

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Elf bed

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Christmas decor

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Elf on a shelf

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5 Simmer Pot Recipes to make your home smell like fall!

5 Simmer Pot Recipes To Make Your Home Smell Like Fall

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elf on the shelf

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Elf

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Photocopy photos and use in place of gift tags!

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Stove top Christmas scent! One batch stays good for weeks, you just add water and heat it on low whenever you want it (WILL BE MAKING THIS CHRISTMAS!)

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