Hot Glue Candy Corn to Outside of Pumpkins

Hot Glue Candy Corn to Outside of Pumpkins

TIP OF THE DAY…

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This may take a little time and a whole lot of candy corn, but you can always eat whatever’s left over! I love the challenge of finding interesting things to use for the eyes, nose and mouth. The creator of the below pumpkin was pretty inventive. Are those light sockets for the eyes?!! But wait, there’s more…

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Blowfish…

another blowfish

Image Credit: Juchauclan.blogspot.com

Hot glue candy corn to pumpkin | TIP OF THE DAY on organizedCHAOSonline

Hot glue candy corn to pumpkin | TIP OF THE DAY on organizedCHAOSonline

Source: The Hatch Family Blogspot

Patriotic…

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Source: Tom Wallace Star Tribune

 

and finally…Attitude!

Hot glue candy corn to pumpkin | TIP OF THE DAY on organizedCHAOSonline

Source: Tagyerit

How creative can you get with a bag of candy corn and a pumpkin? We’d love to see what you can do. Send us pictures!!

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Disclaimer: Every effort was made to credit the source and image for the above photos. 

How To Make Flowers Float

How To Make Flowers Float

Use Bubble Wrap to Make Flowers Float (organized CHAOS online)

TIP OF THE DAY: To make flowers float, cut a circle ‘sleeve’ out of bubble wrap and slide it up the stem to the base of the flower.

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Use a Garment Bag For Spray Painting

Use a Garment Bag For Spray Painting

TIP OF THE DAY: When you’re spray painting, to contain the overspray, use a Dollar Store garment bag. No more paint outlines on your garage floor!

 

TIP OF THE DAY: When you’re spray painting, to contain the overspray, use a Dollar Store garment bag. No more paint outlines on your garage floor!

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Hidden Alcohol Cabinet

hidden alcoholTIP OF THE DAY: Adhere binder spines together to create the look of a bookshelf when it’s really a pretty sweet alcohol cabinet.

Of course, this is for the 21 and older crowd who don’t abuse alcohol.

We wouldn’t dreeeeeeam of letting college kids know about this as we wish we would have known about it. That is, if we drank back then.

So.

Um.

Uhhhh.

Yeah.

Pack-and-Read

pack-and-play-reading-area

TIP OF THE DAY: Re-purpose your old pack-and-play by turning it into a reading tent (or even indoor camping spot). Take the  mesh out of one side, add the dome-thing that had a mobile hanging from it and cover the top with a fitted sheet. Add blankets and pillows. Boom! A reading tent.