Lawn Memory Game

If you read my last blog on entertaining, you know I love having friends and family over in the back yard to hang out! I’m always looking for ways to entertain.  My last blog showed instructions on creating a lawn Yahtzee set. How about a giant Memory game for the yard??   Here I used 6×6…

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Lawn Yahtzee!

I love to entertain and I use every opportunity I have to have friends and family in the back yard for a grill-out.  Most of the time it’s more about the company and the fun than about the food. I’ve created a few very simple and fun games to bring out when family and friends…

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I love party trays!!

Totally took this idea from Pintrest and I love it!  So easy, very functional, nice looking and great for parties! The examples on Pintrest use spray paint but with a super cute candle stick holder and the right trays, no spray paint needed! So you’ll need: a trip to your local Dollar Tree 2 glass candle…

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21st Birthday Cake!

  A 21st birthday is a milestone!  So a milestone cake is in order!  When we were scouring Pintrest for ideas, I found something similar to the cake shown above but we needed a tiny toilet, lol. So I decided to make one!   This is SO simple and fun!     This is simply…

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Tablet Stand

I lOVE trying new recipes I find on the computer.   The problem is that I have to run back and forth from my desktop to the kitchen to keep re-reading the recipe.   So I came up with this stand for my tablet!     So simple to make!  I bought a small, wooden cutting…

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Funky shoes!

  Our latest craft!  Zoe and I love FUNKY!  So here’s how to make an inexpensive, one of a kind pair of run runs. You’ll need: White canvas shoes- Walmart  $5.96 Bottle of rubbing alcohol- less than $1.00 Different colored Sharpie markers   Add whatever design to your shoes with the Sharpie.  Once complete,  add…

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Awwww, organization! I LOVE it!

Very simple and easy to do project and it’s made my life so much easier!!!  We painted the upper part of the door in chalk board paint.   The hubby used a yard stick and a metallic Sharpie to make the lines.  Each week I changed up the menu, the kiddo’s chores and the schedule…

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