Megan Wason
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Honey Barbecue Meatloaf Recipe - The best, moistest, most crowd-pleasing meatloaf EVER - made with honey for sweetness and bbq sauce for smokiness. Tried, true, and kid friendly! Makes a great Sunday Dinner!

Honey Barbecue Meatloaf Recipe - The best, moistest, most crowd-pleasing meatloaf EVER - made with honey for sweetness and bbq sauce for smokiness. Tried, true, and kid friendly! Makes a great Sunday Dinner! (Ground pork instead of ground beef!

Pool Noodle DIY Toss Game | While He Was Napping More

What to do with pool noodles once pool season is over? Make a fun, easy DIY Toss Game that& perfect for parties, playing at the park or in the backyard!

created at: 11/30/2010

Modern Paper Ornaments: Paper fun for everyone! Whether you hang them on the Christmas tree or use them to decorate for the holidays all around the house, these modern paper ornaments are easy to make and sure to impress! Source: Chris Gardner of Curbly

Santas

It's Written on the Wall: Fabulous Christmas Desert, Snowy Chocolate Christmas Tree Cupcakes and Banana Santas. These are super nice and yummy treat to bring to a babysitting job near the holidays.

How to Make Paper Doily Bunting - Rustic Wedding Chic

How to Make Paper Doily Bunting - Rustic Wedding Chic - KELC somehow print letters on to an easy white lace banner like this?

How to make your own easy Christmas Tree Cone craft forms for only 10 cents apiece - perfect for decorating for the Christmas season.

Make these cones for 10 cents apiece and use them to create your own gorgeous mini Christmas Trees- full tutorial at The Happy Housie. Poster board then make our own sizes?

Bring the fun for the kids with this super simple and festive way to create a Christmas table centerpiece. All you'll need is scrapbook paper, toothpicks, tape, and red foil-wrapped Hershey's Kisses.

This would be great name place setting tags. Bring the fun for the kids with this super simple and festive way to create a Christmas table centerpiece. All you'll need is scrapbook paper, toothpicks, tape, and red foil-wrapped Hershey's Kisses.