How To Decorate A Christmas Tree … Dress

How To Decorate A Christmas Tree … Dress

As part of our DIY Christmas-themed, Halloween Costume series, we’re sharing how to decorate a Christmas tree … dress with tips from Bronner’s decorating professional, Jennifer Mays! It may be noted that while the concepts are rooted in the same principles, “decorating a tree costume is not [actually] comparable to decorating an artificial Christmas tree at all!” “Decorating a tree costume is not comparable to decorating a tree … At all!” – Jen Mays.

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Let’s Build A Snowman Party Game

Let’s Build A Snowman Party Game

Friends of all ages are sure to “have a ball” with this really cool “Let’s Build A Snowman” party game! What’s more, you can quickly throw it together using just a few supplies from the dollar store. So let’s get snowing … From Brain-Frozen — To A Fantastically-Frosty Party Game Idea! The Brain Freeze … This “Let’s Build A Snowman” party game idea came to me after a temporary brain-freeze, just in the flurry of time for our annual Christmas

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Frito Bars Recipe

Frito Bars Recipe

Our Frito Bars recipe is sure to be a favorite of all who loves a salty-sweet flavor combo! Indeed, it’s a great snack, dessert or after-school snack any time of year. Fritos History No question, as a child growing up in the 1960s, Fritos were my favorite snack chip. What’s more, I knew the Frito Bandito song by heart. “Ai Yi Yi Yi, I am the Frito Bandito. I like Fritos corn chips; I love them, I do. I want

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Christmas in July at Bronner’s

Christmas in July at Bronner’s

Your Christmas calendar isn’t complete without these two special events at Bronner’s in July! Join us for Santa on Vacation with The Big Red Giving Bag and our Christmas Costume Parade. By all means, Christmas in July offers a delightful respite from the usual summer activities and heat. It’s undeniably a great time to reconnect with family and friends. Enjoy the magic of Christmas in an unexpected season. Santa on Vacation with The Big Red Giving Bag To begin with,

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Patriotic Flag DIY & Coloring Pages

Patriotic Flag DIY & Coloring Pages

Our patriotic flag DIY & coloring pages by Hayley will have you cheering for the red, white and blue all year long! Stars and stripes forever! After all, patriotic decor can serve as a tribute to the values, history and spirit of our country. And just one glance at your patriotic ribbon flag will inspire you to pray for our nation, too. Patriotic Flag DIY So let’s get started. Just think, you’re creating a one-of-a-kind piece with ribbon selections of

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Harold Lloyd’s Historic Christmas Tree — A Merry Monument

Harold Lloyd’s Historic Christmas Tree — A Merry Monument

Harold Lloyd’s historic Christmas tree is like a Hollywood fairytale – only it’s 100% true! And his epic tree is a merry monument that, truly, transcends all time! Harold Lloyd’s historic Christmas tree is like a Hollywood fairytale – only it’s 100% true! And his epic tree is a merry monument that, truly, transcends all time!

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Encourage Dad This Father’s Day

Encourage Dad This Father’s Day

Encourage Dad this Father’s Day with the promises of Scripture and assurance of the power and presence of Christ for believers. After all, Dad and his leadership and love are important to the health and well-being of our families. Booker T. Washington said, “If you want to lift yourself up, lift up someone else.” Surely, dads carry an immense load of responsibility. No doubt a little encouragement will help them carry it step by step each day. I Thessalonians 5:7

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Kentucky Derby Christmas-Style

Kentucky Derby Christmas-Style

You can celebrate this year’s milestone 150th Run for the Roses with our Kentucky Derby Christmas-Style party ideas! You say you’re not able to join the over 150,000 in attendance at Churchill Downs the first Saturday in May? In any event, you can bring the party home and celebrate in style – Christmas style! It’s in the Blood I’ve loved horses and horseracing ever since I was a little girl. By the time I was in fourth grade, I’d read

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