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Friday, July 30, 2010

Pudding Pop Party!

Do you remember these?!?Rainbow Pudding Pops
I have seen these popping up all over blogland since I posted about them in June. I even had a few people email and leave comments to let me know they had made Rainbow Pudding Pops and LOVED them! So I decided to feature a few of my favorite versions that I have seen.
Reader Spotlight: Rainbow Pudding Pops!
Lesley at It's a Boys' World made some cute Rainbow Pudding Pops in her attempt to be SUPERMOM! I think she did a great job! Five Little Monkeys made Rainbow Pudding Pops along with a ton of other rainbow themed ideas!
My Rainbow Pudding Pops made it all the way to the other side of the world...India to be exact! Check out Delhi Bound for another fun version!
Sara @ It's Good to be Queen made some NEON pudding pops with her adorable boys.
Jenn @ Glorriedays and her kiddos had a SUPER messy time with their Rainbow Pudding Pops!

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Thursday, July 29, 2010

Clothing Optional

Can you tell that anytime something with tomato sauce is served at our house, clothing is optional....at least for Eli:)

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Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Jello Jigglers

Summer boredom is setting in fast, so I have been trying to do some fun activities with the boys to keep their whining to a minimum entertain them.
The other day we made Jello Jigglers....they are fun to play with and fun to eat!Mix two large boxes or four small boxes of jello {or in my case one big box and two small boxes} with 2 1/2 cups of boiling water. Stir for about two minutes until all the Jello is dissolved. Pour into a 9X13 pan {not a baking sheet like I did...it will be way too thin}, and place in the refrigerator for a couple of hours until the Jello is set.
Get out the cookie cutters...
...and let your kiddos have a blast playing with their food...
...and learning some letters and shapes at the same time!
And when they get tired of play, they have a fun snack to eat!

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Monday, July 26, 2010

Grad Gift Idea

One of the most important things that I had in my dorm room my first year in college was my cork board that I had filled with pictures of my family and friends from home. So when I started to thing about a gift for a family friend that is going to college this year, a cork board seemed like the most obvious choice. But, I didn't want to give her just a plain old pine wood cork board. I used a little spray paint, my cricut, and some ribbon to make it a little cuter and more appropriate for a teenage girl's dorm room!
 I started out by covering up the cork part and painting the wooden frame with my favorite Krylon Bahama Sea spray paint.
Then I used my Cricut to cut out a stencil.
I adhered the contact paper stencil to the board.
And sprayed the name the same color.
I hot glued on some cute polka dot ribbon just to add a little more color. Now, Haleigh will have a great place in her dorm room to keep all her favorite photos of her family and friends!

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Friday, July 23, 2010

FREE 4 All Friday!


It's the fourth Friday of the month.
That means it's my turn to host FREE 4 All Fridays!
Because everybody likes free stuff, right!?!
I don't know about you, but in the summer I live in flip flops!

And when I am wearing flip flops, I love for my toes to be pretty and painted!

So today, I am giving away a fun pedicure kit to keep your toes pretty through the rest of flip flop season.
Foot soak, foot lotion, a pumice stone, a toe divider &...
...some Berry Sweet nail polish!

I'm also going to throw in a pair of flip flops in the winner's size, because pretty toes need pretty flip flops too:)

To enter:

Leave a comment telling me what color your toes are painted right now....mine are Pop of Poppy {a pretty coral pink color}.

For another entry, follow my blog and leave me a comment telling me that you do.

For another entry, follow me on twitter, and leave a comment telling me that you do.

For another entry, tweet about this giveaway and include @SUPERMOM_Kelli in the tweet.

For FIVE entries, subscribe to my blog via feedburner...click on the icon in the right sidebar by the facebook and twitter icons.

For one more entry, stop by Mimi's place and tell her "HI" too!

Make sure to leave a comment for each thing that you do. I will use random.org to pick a winner on Sunday! Good Luck and thanks for entering!

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Thursday, July 22, 2010

The Fizz Makes it Fun!

Have you seen Kool-Aid Fun Fizz?!?
I got a coupon in the mail a few weeks ago, so I went out and bought the Partyin' Punch flavor for the boys. The fizz really does make snack time more fun:)

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Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Just a Little Bit

Every once in a while, I get to have a little bit of pink and purple in my life...even if it is only until it needs to be given away as a gift.
I made these SUPER adorable pink and purple baby gifts for my cousin and his wife's new baby girl Meredith.

I hope they like pink and purple, because there was no way that I was passing up an opportunity to make something that wasn't blue:)

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Monday, July 19, 2010

Picnic Plaid Decor

I have been wanting to change up my outdoor decorations for a few weeks....but life has been so busy, that I am just not getting around to it. Sadly, I just took down my spring wreaths last week and replaced them with some fun summery ones made out of an outdoor tablecloth.
I picked up an oblong Picnic Plaid tablecloth at Walmart on clearance for $4. I learned from my bench redo that tableclothes hold a lot of potential for crafting. I figure the Picnic Plaid one would be big enough to make two wreaths. I was right...and then some.
I made two wreaths, two pillows with ties to keep them in place,

a new garden flag,
a Fun in the Sun sign {a summer version of this}, and I even had enough left over to make four placemats for the table on our back patio {which we still haven't used because it has been raining every afternoon}.

All of that from a $4 tablecloth!
Have you ever made anything fun out of a tablecloth?!?

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