Category: Holidays

Candyland Yard Party

Use spray paint to prep your grassy areas for your next party – This is so fun! Don’t forget to add several junctions to indicate the special areas just like in the real board game!

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Chocolate Covered Pretzel Fowers

Welcome Spring with a Sweet Crunch!

Chocolate Melts (assorted spring colors) You’ll need approximately 12 oz. for 1 dozen chocolate covered pretzel flowers  – I used 3 colors, but you could stick with one color if you want
1 dozen yellow chocolate melts 
Approximately 48 mini twist pretzels
A glass microwave-proof bowl
Silicone Spatula
A fork
Wax Paper
Optional Paper Straws, cut out paper leaves and glue to make the Pretzel Treats into Pretzel Pops

Click HERE for the instructions

Decorative Clay Birds

Save for holiday ornaments or sit them on a twig on a shelf all year!

  • 3/4 of a block of Sculpey clay for each bird, use the other 1/4 to mix together for new colors!
  • buttons, pen caps, and other items to use as stamps in the clay. Look around your home for interesting items that will make imprints in your clay. You can also use ink stamps.
  • the tip of a pen, or similar item, for making small holes in the clay
  • an old credit card, plastic knife, or similar item, for making lines and cutting your clay
  • a plastic spoon for smoothing the clay
  • an old rolling pin, or a clean can from the recycling bin, to roll the clay

Click HERE for the instructions