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Faux Clay Stone Pendant


Check out the How To HERE

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Throw a Pumpkin Decorating Party


Follow the tips HERE


Spider Chip Cookies


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Gratitude Game Project


Create this punch game, save the box for future games too!

Click HERE for the instructions and link to lots of gratitude suggestions


Outdoor Chalkboard

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Click HERE for the instructions


Hot & Spicy Taco Pretzels


  • 1packet Old El Paso™ hot & spicy taco seasoning mix
  • 1/2cup vegetable or canola oil
  • 1(16 oz) bag mini pretzel twists

Click HERE for the instructions

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Posted by on October 9, 2014 in Fun, Kids, Kitchen, Party Foods, Party Ideas, Snack it!


Teaching Your Dog Not to Jump Up


drmark says: The most important thing to remember, no matter how you choose to train your dog, is to be consistent. If you let her jump up on you Saturday morning when you are wearing your old jeans, she will think that it is okay to jump up on you Monday morning when you are dressed for that important meeting. Your dog does not own an iPhone with a calendar, she cannot tell the difference between the weekend and a work day. Don’t let her jump up only when you are in the mood.

Read the how to steps HERE

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Posted by on October 9, 2014 in Animals, Communicate it, Education, Family, Kids, Outdoors


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