- 4 pounds baking potatoes
- 2 teaspoons salt
- 3/4 cup warm buttermilk
- 1/2 cup warm milk
- 1/4 cup melted butter
- 1/2 teaspoon pepper
- 1 teaspoon salt
We love to host parties in our backyard. It is huge and has a great play fort for the kiddos to play and have fun on. Here is a quick and inexpensive idea to hold your utensils. Wash and spray paint leftover cans. I like to use white because you can use it for any party.
This is an easy way to recycle or Upcycle your jars. Make inexpensive tea light holders for a little mood lighting at your next party.
I like to be prepared for anything. Especially sunburns and bug bites.
One day while on Pinterest I found this picture. NO link just a picture but it is brilliant and will be at every party we have.
Brilliant Idea! Purchase two kiddie pools and label.
I love flicker. People are so smart and talented and show you their ideas. The problem with Flicker is I can never find a link to give proper credit. If this is your idea please send me the link. Thanks!
4th of July Fruit Kabobs
Use a star cookie cutter and cut the watermelon.
Line a kabob stick with blueberry, strawberries and top with the watermelon.
Voila easy peasy :)
I just love this idea showing “age” for a party. It could be for a Birthday, Anniversary, years worked etc.
Unfortunately this was a picture I found on Flicker with no link. If this belongs to you please let me know so I can put up a link!
Here is a great idea for a party. You can coordinate your confetti to match any theme. Purchase white helium balloons and glue your confetti on the bottom.
** I found this idea on Pinterest. Sorry NO LINK it was just a picture.