cutest appetizer ever, no translation needed! use star shapes of various sizes & using a toothpick, stack big to small, sliding lettuce, cheeses & fillings in between. Stick a cheese star on top of toothpick end to hold it all together.
A pan of brownies gets extra holiday cheer when cut into triangles and decorated as Christmas trees. Candy canes make for festive tree stumps, while kids can have fun decorating the brownies with frosting garland and candy ornaments. The brownies are the
Fourth of July Crafts for Kids: Flour Lawn Stars. Cut out star stencil, sprinkle grass with water (to make the flour stick) and then sprinkle with flour. This idea also works for Canada's July Birthday. Just substitute the star for a Maple Leaf.
Take picnics in the park to a whole new level by marking your spot with more than a blanket. We love these ribbons draped over a large tree branch, creating a little shade and cozy spot to dine in. A small bench makes the perfect table, while cushions giv