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Heart Clothesline Garland Tutorial

Valentine's Day is just 2 days away, so we are excited to share a cute and easy tutorial to help you celebrate! Visit the Forever Your Prints blog today, where we are guest posting, to learn how to create our heart clothesline garland. Our garland will be the perfect addition to your Valentine's Day party or home, and it will take you no time to create! heart1-1024x557

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Tell us what fun Valentine's Day crafts you plan on creating in the discussion of this post.

Sensationally yours,

Shalyce

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Holiday Rice Krispies Pops!

It's "Tips Tuesday"! So today we're sharing an easy tutorial for you and the little ones to enjoy this holiday season. My children recently had a fun and festive Christmas party with a few of their friends, and we'll be sharing the full recap with you soon. One of the desserts we served, that the kids and their parents absolutely loved, was rice krispies pops. Since I was busy getting the activities and other details for the party together, I knew I needed the dessert process to be quick and easy, and it was just that! ricekrispiespops

Here are the easy instructions for these delicious holiday treats...

What you will need:

  • Rice Krispies Treats (purchased from the grocery store or you can make your own)
  • Red Candy Melts
  • Sprinkles
  • Red and Green Paper Straws
  • Knife
  • Cup or collander

7 Easy Steps:

  • Unwrap your rice krispies treats or if you plan to make them yourself, set out the finished squares on parchment paper.
  • Stick a paper straw in the center of each treat, and push  2/3 of the way towards the top of the treat.
  • Place sprinkles in a bowl and set aside.
  • Take 10 or 12 candy melts (depending on how many pops you to intend to make) and place them in a bowl. Heat in the microwave on 30-60 seconds.
  • Use a knife to spread a 1 - 1 1/2 inch layer of candy melts to cover the top, front, back and sides of the treat. The treat should look like it has a rectangular shape on the top, as shown in the photo above.
  • Sprinkle the sprinkles on top of the candy melt layer.
  • Place in a cup or collander to dry for 5 minutes. Repeat steps 5 and 7 until all your pops are done.

It doesn't get easier than that, and I can assure you this is one tasty treat! We hope you enjoy!

Share with us your favorite holiday treats in the discussion section of this post.

Sensationally yours,

Shalyce

 

 

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DIY Halloween

Happy Friday! Halloween is just a week away, and we're excited for costumes and candy! Today, we're sharing some of our favorite non-spooky Halloween ideas and free printables found on Pinterest. Today's round-up will help get you started on treats for your kids' classmates, costume parties or any other fun ways you plan to celebrate with your little ones. diy2

Candy Corn Recipe | I Heart Naptime

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Fun Photo Props | Kristen Duke

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Halloween Tags | Shindig Parties To Go!

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Glittered Pumpkin Tutorial | HGTV

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Fall Harvest Halloween Party | HWTM

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Hello Kitty Mask Tutorial | Reasons to Skip the Housework

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Candy table ideas and printables | Lia Griffith

We hope you enjoyed today's round-up, and that your little ones will have an enjoyable time next Friday. Share any fun, non-spooky ideas you are working on for Halloween in the discussion section of this post.

Sensationally yours,

Shalyce

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