What You'll Need:
- Candy corn
- Easy print Avery labels
Instructions:Place your candy corn in a tin. print labels,
and glue on to your stems. Then just
stick them right into your tin of candy corn and place on your table. You now
have a nice little treat for your guest, and decoration.
What You'll Need:
- Candle holders
Instructions:Paint your pumpkin any color you would like,
before the paint dry’s sprinkle your glitter all over. Then once they are dry off
set each pumpkin on some sort of stand doesn’t have to be candle holders.
Here are some fun
crafts your kids will enjoy during the holidays.
Directions:Paint hands with brown paint and place on paper, and then paint on beak, eyes, and legs.
Pilgrim cookie hats
Directions:Make any kind of
cookie, After cookies are cooled place a peanut butter cup on top, then get
yellow frosting, and place icing around peanut butter cup as shown in picture.
Directions:Use a brown paper cup as the ship (or cover the sides of a
white cup with brown paper), then fill it with candies or nuts and poke a
pretzel rod down into the filler.
Here are some steps you should take
in organizing your storage spaces. To make your storage go from this:
- Start by taking everything out of
your storage area, and unpack all boxes.
- Take everything and separate into
like piles (for instance Christmas decorations in a pile, Halloween stuff in a
pile so on and so forth.)
- Now get the same size boxes to make
it look more organized, and try to fit each pile into its own box.
- Then label each box as you are
closing them up.
decorate your home for Halloween with household items
For a cheap
jack o lantern, cover clean, empty jars with orange construction paper
or tissue paper. Add features with black construction paper, then put in a tea
candle with flames, and watch your pumpkin glow.
Cheap and cheerful: Drawspooky faceson empty,
clean gallon milk jugs, then fill with white holiday lights to decorate your
porch or walkway with a ghostly Halloween glow.
Hanging Bats and Ghosts
How to get your dog
to stop chewing on your valuables:
Tired of coming home to your favorite shoes chewed up. Here
are some ways you can get your dogs to stop chewing your favorite things.
- Buy your dog toys that are not like anything
else in your house, so they can distinguish there toy from your stuff.
- Keep your stuff off the floor where your dog can’t
- Give your dog a lot of supervised attention, and
reward them for good behavior.
- Make your dogs obsessed with their toys by
feeding them with their toy, and playing with your dog using their toy.
How to make your own cleaning
Making your own products is cheaper, and healthier for you
in the long run.
· ½ cup baking soda
· 10 drops tea-tree essential oil½
· distilled white vinegar
Pour baking soda directly into the toilet bowl, add oil, then vinegar—in
that order. Let water effervesce for several minutes, then scrub bowl with
- 2 tsp. borax
- ½ tsp. liquid castile soap
- ½ cup distilled white vinegar
Steps to organizing your
Is your closet starting to look like this? Well let’s look at
some ways to get your closet organized.
- Separate clothes into two piles (ones you wear and
- Get rid of the clothes you don’t wear.
Buy some hangers that are the same color to make
look clean and neat.
How to fix your
animals or kids broke your blinds? Well there are easy and
cheap ways to fix
can use a paper clip like so. Make sure you use clear tape to
paperclip from sliding off.
· Vertical blind repair tabs that you can buy
Why Adopting dogs
from a shelter is the best thing
Has your child at home been bugging and bugging you about getting
dog,and you finally gave in here are some things you should take in to
consideration before going to that pet store or to a breeder.
By getting a shelter animal:
You are saving one of the millions of dogs that are euthanized
in shelters every year.
You can meet the animals and have your other animals meet to
see if your new addition will be a good addition. In fact most shelters require
you do that.
Here is a list of
some things you should think of getting ready for winter:
1. Trimming trees around your house so branches don’t
fall when heavy with snow.
Reversing ceiling fans to the clockwise direction so the warm
air is being forced down.
3. Block any drafts you can feel usually under
doors and by windows.
Winterize you’re A/C unit.
5. Replace your furnace filter, and get your
6. Install storm doors and windows.
Wrap your pipes so they don’t freeze especially
if they are on an outside wall.