It’s almost Super Bowl Sunday! If you’re hosting a party this weekend serve your drinks in these fun, festive mugs!
Stay warm inside this winter and let your kids play with make pretend snow! A fun DIY for the kids and only two ingredients needed. Watch the video below to learn more!
It’s Day 4 of Princeton’s 5 Days of Giveaways! Guide Santa’s Reindeer to your house this Christmas Eve with this DIY Magic Reindeer Food! Watch the video below to learn how and answer today’s question to be entered to win a $100 gift card.
QUESTION 4: What is your favorite holiday tradition?
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It’s time to pull out the scissors, tape and ribbon and start wrapping those holiday gifts! If you’re feeling overwhelmed or uninspired, read these tips before you start cutting that wrapping paper!
1.If you prefer using gift bags over wrapping with paper, make sure you have enough. Count the items you have and measure their sizes before heading to the store to purchase your bags. Don’t forget the tissue paper!
2. Now is a good time to create a gift wrapping storage solution if you haven’t already. Plastic bins or even garment bags make for great storage. Put your paper, scissors, tape, tags, ribbon and a pen in the bin or bag so you know where everything is.
3. Rather than buy a bunch of different wrapping paper patterns, try using brown craft paper to wrap your gifts. Add color and patterns by choosing different colored ribbons to your brown packages.
4. Try adding some unique additions to your packages like bells or greens. Tie them onto your ribbon for a fancy and impressive touch on your packages.
5. If you purchased wrapping paper on rolls, put empty toilet paper or paper towel roll around your roll to avoid paper rolling open and getting ripped.
Make your table festive and beautiful with this easy #princetonsDIYproject!
Want to send your Thanksgiving guests home with a fun, festive treat? Watch the video below to learn how to make your own waffle cone cornucopias with only 2 ingredients!
Halloween treats don’t have to lack nutrition! Watch the video below to learn how to turn a banana and a tangerine into a fun Halloween-themed snack!
It’s October which means it’s the season of treats! Make these fun and festive witch brooms with only two ingredients!
Watch the short video below to learn how to make your own cinnamon-scented pine cones for your fall decor!
With today being the official start to summer, we are dreaming about days at the pool! Quench your thirst while sitting poolside this year with this fun and easy DIY drink!