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Easter Egg Coloring and Decoration Ideas

Posted on 17 April 2011 by

Coloring Easter eggs is one of the activities children enjoy most about the Easter holiday; that and eating the candy in their baskets. Some parents have problems coming up with Easter egg coloring and decoration ideas. You can try some of these ideas to get you started. How to dye eggs It’s not unusual for […]

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Easter Table Decorations Ideas

Posted on 16 April 2011 by

Easter is traditionally a holiday which brings families together. Some even consider it to be on par with Thanksgiving and Christmas. You can use these Easter table decorations ideas to help make your dinner table beautiful. Center pieces Center pieces can be as simple or as elaborate as you want them to be. A simple […]

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Creative Easter Egg Hunt Ideas

Posted on 14 April 2011 by

Children love Easter egg hunts and look forward to them each year. When putting together your family’s Easter activities, you might want to try something different. These creative Easter egg hunt ideas may provide you with that inspiration you’re looking for. It’s not uncommon for parents to hide plastic and boiled Easter eggs. The problem […]

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How to Organize a Fun Easter Egg Hunt

Posted on 03 April 2011 by

Hiding Easter eggs is something families and many communities do to give the children something fun to look forward to. If you’ve ever wondered about how to organize a fun Easter egg hunt, keep reading. You’ll find the answers you need here. Who will you invite? If you’re planning a neighborhood Easter egg hunt, you’ll […]

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How to Make Paper Lantern Decorations for Chinese New Year

Posted on 19 January 2011 by

Paper lanterns are traditionally hung by the Chinese as part of their New Year decorations. According to folklore, lanterns were originally used as defensive tool to ward off the mythical New Year beast, Nien. Nowadays, paper lanterns are displayed to add a festive touch to homes and businesses celebrating the start of the Lunar New […]

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8 Thoughtful and Inexpensive Christmas Gifts

Posted on 21 December 2010 by

Don’t panic if you are still in the hunt for the perfect gift. Here is a list of thoughtful and inexpensive gift suggestions you can consider giving to your friends and loved ones for a less retail-centered gift giving experience. 1.       Kitchen creations. If you are skilled in cooking or baking, put it to good […]

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How to Make a Diaper Wreath

Posted on 10 October 2010 by

A homemade diaper wreath makes a great baby shower gift. All babies need diapers, and this is a unique and inexpensive way to present them. A diaper wreath is easy to make and you can personalize it to your budget and liking. Here’s what you’ll need: 22-26 Diapers (size: newborn or small) 5 Baby clothes […]

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8 Wonderful First Birthday Presents for a Baby Girl

Posted on 08 October 2010 by

Choosing the best birthday present for a 1 year old baby girl can be tough. ‘Pinks’ seem to outnumber the ‘blues’ in toy stores and department stores. When buying a first birthday gift, you should look for something memorable and durable. Girls’ toys usually last long because they are spared from rough play. Put an […]

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First Birthday Gift Ideas: What to Give to the Birthday Boy

Posted on 02 October 2010 by

Are you trying to find the perfect birthday present for a 1 year old boy? You’d want to spend money on something he will use and enjoy, and even possibly get some educational benefit from. Little boys have a tendency to be rough on their toys. When shopping for a birthday gift, you should look […]

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Outdoor Activity Games to Play for Labor Day Weekend

Posted on 02 September 2010 by

If you’re planning a party to celebrate the end of summer, you may be looking for outdoor activity games to play for Labor Day weekend. The following list of activities may be what you’re looking for or may spark other ideas of your own. Most children, and those who are children at heart, love to […]

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How to Host a Labor Day Party on a Budget

Posted on 31 August 2010 by

As summertime nears an end, many people think about having one last “hurrah” before heading into the fall months. For some that means giving a Labor Day party. The following ideas will provide a starting place to hosting a terrific party, without spending a fortune. Set a budget. Determining how much money you have to […]

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Easter Table Decorations Ideas

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