Sunday , 21 April 2019

Christmas Twist

Santa Claus Macarons

Santa Claus Macarons INGREDIENTS: for the macarons: 1 cup of powdered sugar 3/4 cup almond flour 2 large egg whites, room temp pinch of cream of tartar 1/4 cup superfine sugar for the filling: 300 g cranberries fresh or frozen is fine freshly squeezed juice of 1 lemon 1 cup sugar 1/2 cup of water 2 large eggs 2 egg …

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Candy Cane Hunt

Candy Cane Hunt  A candy cane hunt is the very best game to play when having company over, no matter the age group! Firstly buy a bunch of candy canes. Hide them all over your backyard, hide the candy canes on trees, in bushes, or a top car tires. Get creative! Make sure to have some sort of boundary and make …

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Peppermint Bark Desert

Peppermint Bark Desert INGREDIENTS: Flourless Chocolate Cake Layer: 6 large eggs 13 ounces good quality semi-sweet chocolate, finely chopped 1 1/2 sticks butter (6 ounces), cut into small pieces   White Chocolate Mousse Layer: 1 teaspoon gelatin powder 1 tablespoon water 2 cups heavy whipping cream, divided 8 ounces white chocolate, finely chopped Candy Cane Layer: 8 candy canes or …

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PAPER MISTLETOE

DIY PAPER MISTLETOE  WHAT YOU NEED: Printed Templates Mistletoe & Bow Shades of Green and Red Card White printer paper Scissors (or a scalpel if you’re used to it) Glue   DIRECTIONS: Download the templates above and you can print them directly onto your card stock, or print them on normal printer paper and masking tape the templates onto the coloured card you want …

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Funky Cork Wreath

  You’re probably here checking this DIY cork wreath project because you either are a DRUNKARD/WINO who doesn’t know what to do with the handfuls of corks all over your house, or you’re a hipster looking for a unique wreath that’ll be the ice breaker at your dinner party during holidays.   Whatever the case is, lets get to making …

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Prize Punch Box

Prize Punch Box! The punch box makes a great activity for large group settings. In my house, we call the punch box “Piñata 2.0” because in a way it is similar to a piñata but on the other hand, it’s a much more organized way for children to receive prizes without ending in fights over how many prizes/candies a child …

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Bingo Christmas Edition

Bingo – Christmas Edition Feel free to print this file out as many times as there are people you are expecting for your party. Players mark off the images on cards as the images are drawn randomly by a caller, the winner being the first person to mark off five images in a row or another required pattern. Have fun …

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Pin The Nose on Rudolph

Pin the Red Nose on Rudolph The Reindeer One at a time, each person is blindfolded and handed a paper “nose” with a push pin or thumbtack poked through it. The blindfolded person is then spun around until he or she is disoriented. The person gropes around and tries to pin the nose on Rudolph the Reindeer. The player who pins their …

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Holiday Tree Lights

      Holiday Tree Lights WHAT YOU NEED: 8″ cone template (left + right), 6″ cone template, 4″ cone template 4 pieces of heavyweight cardstock parchment paper 2 – 12″ lengths of 1/8″ dowel small blade aspic cutter in star shape rolling pin air dry porcelain or modeling clay 4 LED tea lights (not pictured) wet rag or paper towel or tiny sponge …

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Mason Jar Snowglobe

  Mason Jar Snowglobe WHAT YOU NEED: A jar that seals Distilled Water Liquid Glycerine Glitter Figurines Epoxy/Crazy Glue Clear Gloss Mod Podge Sealer DIRECTIONS: Coat your figurines in the Mod Podge Sealer and let dry. This should help your figurines keep their coloring. Once the figurings are dry, use the Crazy Glue to attach them to the lid of the mason …

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