Rebe Pink Pearl Necklace Review #ChristmasGiftGuide

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I received the Rebe Pink Pearl Necklace to review for our Christmas Gift guide. I had looked at so many of Rebe’s beautiful pieces they have so many beautiful pieces that your sure to love! They would make amazing Christmas Gifts.

I know at times we women can be difficult to shop, so men let Rebe help your holiday gift “shine”. I’m sure you will find the perfect gift from the beautiful scarves that they have to the beautiful jewelry collections. Your sure to find that perfect gift for the woman in your life. I have to say that from the precious pieces of jewels to the brilliant scarves that they have I found something that the women on my Christmas shopping list would love.

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I really was impressed with how much knowledge they have about gems and they travel abroad to find the perfect gems, crystals, pearls and silk farms to find only the finest items. I can tell you that when I received the Pink Pearl necklace that I was highly impressed with the quality of the pearls! They are just so brilliant, the weight of the necklace you can feel the quality of the pearls, it is stranded together very well so that your necklace will last a long time. There is nothing cheaply made about this necklace at all! The beautiful chain as well that makes the pearls just perfectly rounds off this beautiful necklace.

If you love pearls then your going to fully appreciate the beautiful lush pearls that Rebe has used to make this beautiful necklace. The way that they have stranded the pearls is just beautiful as you can see from the photos. If Turquoise is her favorite then you will love the Turquoise Sunray Necklace. This Garnet Leopard Animali Necklace would be perfect gift. If her favorite is Red Onyx Animali Necklace will get her eyes sparkling. Your sure to find the perfect gift for all the women on your list.

Your sure to find and choose the perfect gift at Rebe. The most beautiful gifts and they will be cherished when she wears them to show them off to everyone with a glow on her face. Your going to make her whole next year with the perfect gems or silk scarf. I can’t even begin to explain how excited I am to tell you all about Rebe. Don’t wait till the last minute order your special holiday gifts order now so you know that you will have them in time for the holidays!

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5 Tips on How to Dry Laundry Quickly Indoors

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Despite the fact that sometimes we complain about the heat, those sunny days are always good for our laundry. In addition to killing bacteria and improving the odor on our clothes, sunlight is considered the best way to get laundry dry. But blame it on the seasons; most of the days and nights in a year are the ones we have to deal with cold, moist or and snowy 12-24 hours. But hygiene and sanitation standards have to be observed all the same. Ever woke up to one of those mornings when you’re like, “where’s my blue silk top that I really need to wear today?”Well, for those of you who have a tumble dryer, it just takes you a couple of minutes to hours to get this blue top ready. However, these don’t always come cheap. And endless cycle of wet laundry can be a disaster in the making, especially for the professional individual who has to look the part out there at work. So how exactly can you dry your wet clothes fast indoors?

Here are some 5 tips on how to dry laundry quickly indoors.

1. Get a drying rack
Also known as a clothes horse, a drying rack can be an amazing piece of equipment in your arsenal if you have to dry your clothes indoors. These are mostly made of plastic and can be acquired from most supermarkets and homeware stores. Foldable options that allow you to save on storage space are also available. In case you need something more practical, you can also plant a few indoor clotheslines, but this will require you to have a considerable amount of indoor space you can spare.

2. Pick a warm and breezy place
When you have to dry your laundry indoors, the location will also have an impact on how long your clothes take to dry. Significantly warm places that have a good flow of air can be the best to place your airer, clothesline or permanent drying rack. You can also consider areas with a considerable source of warmth, such as near the oven (kitchen) or radiator. However, you’ll also want to avoid areas where your clothes can pick up foul or strange smells.

3. Rotate your drying clothes regularly
To improve the rate at which your clothes dry indoors, be sure to rotate the hanging positions regularly or at least once. Doing so improves airflow and heat distribution, which are factors that your laundry relies on to dry. The way you pack up or position your clothes drying rack will also affect how fast the moisture in them drains and evaporates off. Also, you might want to consider opening more windows to improve ventilation, which can reduce the time your clothes take to dry. However

4. Consider Using Hangers
Whether you’re using a clothesline or a drying rack; your smart fit shirts, blouses, and coats could use some hangers. In addition to saving space, using hangers will also help reduce creasing when drying your clothes indoors. Once dry, you’ll have less to worry about ironing.

5. Dehumidify

Last but not least, drying clothes with dehumidifieris also another one among the best ways you can dry laundry quickly indoors. In addition to speeding up the clothes drying process, a dehumidifier will also protect your indoor environment from moisture and smells of dumpiness. It will protect your home indoors from attracting the growth of mold and other microorganisms. With the above tips, you can manage your closet better during the cold or rainy season. Anytime you’re doing the laundry and the sun is not up, you’ll have less to worry about.

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Gluten Wise Granola Review: Gluten Free No Bake Strawberry Cheesecake With Triple Berry Granola Crust Recipe #Glutenfree #Cheesecake #FoodPorn

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I received a 12oz bag of Chewy Triple Berry Granola at the Gluten Free Allergen Free Expo I attending this past weekend. When I was talking with the very informative representative and he was explaining all the different dishes you could make with Gluten Wise Granola, I have to say I was impressed. I decided to try my hand at making a dessert with the Gluten Wise Triple Berry Granola that all of you can make at home as I’m sharing the recipe with you.

My family did not even realize that the No Bake Strawberry Cheesecake With Triple Berry Granola Crust was Gluten free. The only thing they cared about was if there was going to be another piece for them because they just LOVED it. We will be ordering more granola from Gluten Wise to make more gluten free desserts, parfaits, and so many other good for you dishes as well. If your starting a gluten free diet or have been gluten free your going to love this recipe. It’s also a great way to eat healthier for your family. Your family will not even realize that you changed to Gluten free!

 

Glutenwise Granola Review: No Bake Strawberry Cheesecake With Triple Berry Granola Crust Recipe
Recipe Type: Dessert
Cuisine: Gluten Free Dessert
Author: A Mom’s Paradise
Prep time:
Cook time:
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Serves: 8
This is the perfect dessert to make in the summer or anytime of year. If your attending a get together and need to bring a dish to pass this would be the perfect dish to bring. You could easily make the cheesecake into a square pan by doubling the recipe and cutting it into squares. Your sure to be asked for the recipe.
Ingredients
  • 2 (8oz) Philadelphia Cream Cheese at room temp
  • 1/2 cup Sugar
  • 1 Packet of Knox Gelatine
  • 1 Container of Fresh Strawberries
  • 1 Cup Of Boiling Water
  • 1 (12oz) Package of Gluten Wise Triple Berry Granola
Instructions
  1. You will make your pie crust first in a 9″ round pie pan, just push the granola down into the pan to make your crust
  2. Bake Crust at 350 for 5-8 minutes
  3. In a bowl add your sugar and Knox Gelatine
  4. Boil your 1 cup of water just till it starts to boil then mix in the bowl with the sugar and Knox Gelatine till they are completely dissolved
  5. Add Your Cream cheese to your blender with your Knox Gelatine from bowl and add 8 Fresh Strawberries then blend it till it is smooth, it will turn a pink color from the Strawberries
  6. Pour the ingredients from the blender into your Pie Crust
  7. Place in the fridge for 2 hours and let it chill, until it is set
  8. Cut more fresh Strawberries for on top of your cheesecake and make any design you wish to add garnish to your pie

**Disclosure** I received a 12oz bag to create this dessert but all opinions are my own and my families of how this recipe turned out and the flavor of the Triple Berry Granola.

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My amazingly moist Turkey recipe #ThanksgivingRecipe #TurkeyHelp #TurkeyRecipe

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I have to say that I LOVE Thanksgiving and having Turkey! So when it comes time to make my bird, I can’t wait to get it in the oven so that we can eat! The neighbors are always calling and asking how I am making my Turkey because they can smell it all the way in their homes! So I am going to share my recipe with you all today.

I use a Chardonnay wine that is the cheapest they have usually a $3 bottle.
Italian seasonings
Turkey rub
a bit of onion and Garlic salt
8 tablespoons of butter

I wash my bird first, then put it in the Turkey pan. I poke the Turkey skin to make sure the wine can get in under the skin. Then I pour about a 1/4 of the bottle over the top of the turkey. Then I pour about 1/4 inside the turkey. I then add spices above to the top and inside the turkey. I place it in the oven at 250 for about 1 1/2 hours and then keep basting it every 30-40 minutes. After the first hour I turn the oven up to 265 and then keep it there till my bird is done. The dark meat and the white meat are equally juicy and everyone is ready to eat. I do it this way every year and it comes out perfect. I do have the little pop up button my my turkey to let me know just when he is done to perfection. ( Love the pop up button) It’s so easy to do but everyone thinks you slaved on your bird to make it taste soooooooooooo good! I figure what they don’t know won’t hurt them. lol The alcohol all cooks off while baking your bird but it has just a wonderful taste. Do NOT stuff your bird if your making it this way do your stuffing in a different pan.

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STASH Folding Kids Chair Review #ChristmasGiftGuide

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I received the STASH folding Chair to review. I have to say that I was excited to receive it because I wanted to see if it could really do the folding well. You know how some products make claims but then you purchase them and they do not work as well as stated. So I was wondering was this chair really 21 lbs, did it fold well? Was it the perfect chair for my little prince and princesses when they visited?

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When it arrived I unboxed it and it was just as adorable as shown, it is made very well also. I was really impressed with the quality of the chair, the construction, it was just so adorable! Then I tested how well it folded. I was not difficult to do, it went down without having to push really hard on it so a child could fold it with no problems and I have a shelf system that it actually fits on when it’s not use if I need the floor room as well or I can put it in the closet as well if we need more room. It is really just so adorable and it gives the kids not only a great seat for them to sit in, it folds to be stored away if l need to AND l ast but not least it has a storage area under the seat as well.

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I have set up the STASH chair as a reading area for my grandkids. I have it in a corner of the room, it has been filled with books for them to enjoy reading. I also have the books that read it to them in the chair as well for the little ones that can’t read yet. The kids all know that they books are in there and that it’s their special reading spot. So when they come over they will take turns sitting in the chair and reading books to each other or letting the little ones have the books read it to them. It has turned into the grandkids favorite place in our house. Which I have to say that I just love! It’s getting them reading more and they have a great place to sit and do it and it makes clean up very easy all the books just go back under the seat when they are done reading.

We also have special nights when the kids stay over we like to do a movie night with popcorn, hot chocolate, and a few other goodies. One of the kids will sit in the STASH chair and then the others will have cuddle time with me, Great Grandma or one of their uncles. Then they trade places so that everyone gets some cuddle time and then they don’t fight over where they are sitting. So everyone gets a turn with where they want to sit or who they want to cuddle with. It has really worked out well having the STASH chair for the grand kids while they are visiting! They all love it and want a STASH folding chair at their house! It has made a great reading adventure chair and helped to get the kids reading more.

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My Towel Buddy Review #ChristmasGiftGuide

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I have to say that I was curious about the My Buddy Towel frog. I was looking at them thinking that they are just so adorable but would they really work when you come out of the bath or shower? Are they soft or are they a little course to the touch? Are they really that cute in person? I had so many questions whirling around in my head at one time. So I could not wait for it to arrive to answer all the questions that I had.

When it arrived I took it out of the package and I felt the “My Buddy Towel Frog.” The material for it was so soft and just perfect for a little one to get wrapped up in to dry off and be warm and cozy. You can just unzip it when your little one is done with their bath or shower and have it all ready for them. When I used it with my grandson, he looked at me like “What are you doing Nana?” he didn’t ask but you could tell by his expression that’s what he was thinking. He looked at me and said “Nana, I’m went, no jammies yet!” I laughed and said “They aren’t Jammies buddy, it’s your towel that gets you all dry and warm at the same time. So I put the hood up and picked him up to show him in the mirror. He gasped and said “I’m a frog!” I have to say I laughed and told him it is very fitting for him since he is always jumping around!” He asked me to put him down and went running and hopping to see his mom to show her that he was a frog. LOL!

I let him wear the towel for a while because he was not going to get out of it. I tried to tell him it was time for me to wash it for his next bath and put his Jammies on but he was not having it! He would run and then hop around. I finally got him and he cried when I told him that he could use it for his next bath and that I would wash it so it was all ready. I told him he could still be a frog without his My Buddy Towel and that did the trick. However, the next day he came to me and asked where his frog was. I asked him “why?” He looked at me and said “Nana, I’m stinky, I need a bath and to be a frog!” so I laughed at him and told him that I had to make dinner and he had to eat before he could take his bath and be a frog. He ate his whole plate and looks at me and said “Nana! It’s bathtime!” I said “Can Nana finish eating first?” He looks right at me and said “No, it’s bath time NOW!” I laughed at him and said “Okay, your going to wait till Nana is done eating then bath time.” He looked at me like I just took his favorite toy away from him. lol So he sat down and waited for me to finish eating and then it was bath time. I can say that I will not have to fight with him for bath time! Which is a great win!

I love that they have other “My Buddy Towels” as well for you to choose from! The Shark and flamingo are adorable as well. These adorable My Buddy Towels would make a great Christmas gift. However, once they have them be ready for them to want to take a bath all the time so they can wear their frog, shark, or Flamingo My Buddy Towel. Makes bath time so much easier and no fighting with them to get them in!

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5 Fascinating Big Attractions to Explore in Australia with the Whole Family

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Humans have a fascination with big and grand things. It always amazes us how little we are in this huge world and also reminds us how much we can do if we just work hard for it.

This is what tourists that visit Australia think whenever they visit a unique side of the country, not many visitors know. Aside from pristine beaches, extreme activities, and comforting nature parks, Australia also boasts huge sculptures and landmarks that are also visited by tourists. These might not be as popular as other Australian destinations but seeing them up close makes you wonder how much effort and skills were used to put up such huge pieces.

Are you curious too? Then why don’t you see them on your family’s next travel holiday to Australia? You will surely be fascinated by how these landmarks were made.

The Big Lobster
Check out the gigantic lobster sculpture once in Kingston SE, South Australia! The Big Lobster, locally known as Larry the Lobster, was built and designed by Rob Moyse and Paul Kelly. It is a fiberglass and steel structure that stands 17 meters and 4 feet tall. Opened in 1979, this attraction is said to catch more attention to the visitor center as well as the restaurant where it is located.

The Big Scotsman
Head over Adelaide and see The Big Scotsman, or popularly called as Scotty, with your whole family. Built in 1963, this 5-meter high statue stands just right next to Scotty’s Motel and was also designed by Paul Kelly. It is regarded as the oldest “Big Thing” in the country, so never pass up the chance to visit and take a photo of it.

The Big Pineapple
Catch one of the most famous “Big Things” once you are in Woombye, Queensland. The Big Pineapple was created in 1971 with an impressive height of 16 meters. It has been a heritage-listed attraction that gained popularity to many travelers over the years. More so, this structure is a tribute to the booming pineapple farming industry in the region.

The Giant Koala
Completed in 1989 by sculptor Ben Van Zetton, The Giant Koala in Victoria is yet another attraction you should not miss. It stands at 14 meters high and weighs 8 tons as well as made of bronze set above a steel frame. This adorable statue is a memorial to the world-famous Sam the koala, a brave little critter who recovered from lung damage and third-degree burns in a devastating bushfire at Southern Ash Wildlife Shelter.

The Big Banana
Of course, The Big Banana won’t be out of this list. Situated at Coffs Harbour in New South Wales, this vivid yellow attraction is a must-see spot with the whole family. It was built in 1964 and since then it continues to attract tons of visitors. Don’t forget to take a photo op with it when here!

Indeed, the “Big Things” are sure to make your family trip enjoyable and worthwhile. These biggest tourist attractions in Australia lead you to a different side of the country, so better plan your journey well. You can simply hire a reliable DriveNow car to get you to these spots and make the most of your time with the entire family.

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5 Ground Beef Freezer Meals You Can Make At Once #FamilyFavorites #HamburgerRecipes #Freezermeals

I Like to Purchase a 10lb Package of Hamburger and split it up to make 5 Freezer Meals All At once so that I can have them for Hectic Nights or when I’m sick. So Here are 5 Ground Beef Freezer Meals that are quick and easy to make that will get you in and out of the kitchen Quickly. They are all Frugal Meals as well that will save you both Time and Money.

Spaghetti Sauce~ 2 lbs of Ground Beef and Your Favorite Spaghetti Sauce add in your mushrooms or anything else you put in normally. Put in Freezer bag, label and freeze.

PoorMan’s Casserole~ 2lbs of Ground Beef and you can use your different frozen Veggies that you have left in the freezer or use 2 bags of Frozen Mixed Veggies of your family Favorites,and 2 Cans of Cream of Mushroom Soup (Do Not Add Milk). Put all of the ingredients into a Freezer bag and mix, then Freeze. If it’s for a family of 2-4 you can split it into 2 Freezer bags.

Directions for Serving
When you make it you will defrost in the fridge over night, then Put in a Cake Pan add 1 1/2 Cups of Milk to Meat Mixture, Make enough mashed Potatoes for 6 people and put over the top of the meat mixture. Bake For 30 minutes. Top with American Cheese and put back in oven till cheese is melted.

Taco Soup

2 lbs Ground Beef (cooked & Drained)
2 cans of Cream style Corn
2 cans Stewed Tomatoes
1 Can of Golden Corn
1 Package of Ranch Dressing mix
1 Package of Taco Seasoning
1 bag of Tortilla Chips
Sour Cream
1 (8oz bag) Shredded Cheddar Cheese
Crockpot

After your Ground Beef is cooked and Drained add it to the Crockpot. Then Drain the juices from the Golden Corn and add to the meat. Add in the rest of the ingredients EXCEPT for the Sour Cream, Tortilla Chips and Cheese. Stir and put on high for 3 hours or you can put it on in the morning and put it on low till ready to eat. Put the Taco soup over the Tortilla Chips and top with cheese and Sour Cream.

Sweet & Sour Meatballs (2lbs of Ground Beef)

32 Meatballs (Homemade)
1-32oz Jar of Grape Jelly
1-32oz bottle of Ketchup
1 can of drained pineapple chunks
1/4 cup of pepsi or Coke (pop)

Mix the Grape Jelly, Ketchup and the pepsi or coke together in a crockpot. Then add the meatballs to the mixture and the pineapple. Stir and put on low for about 3-4 hours then serve. If when you taste the sauce it’s to sour add a little more grape jelly if it’s to sweet add a little more ketchup.

NOTE: This recipe sounds gross from the ingredients but it’s soooooooo good! You can add a little green pepper if you would like as well.

Meatloaf

2 lbs of Ground Beef
2 shakes Lawry Seasoning Salt
1/2 tspGarlic Powder
1 tsp Italian Seasonings
3 eggs
1 sleeve of crushed crackers

Mix all together then bake at 350 for about an hour. Let it cool and put in freezer bag after draining the grease out from it.

There are your 5 easy dinners that take no time to make.

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DIY Birthday Party Pinata #DIYPinata #BirthdayParty #KidsBirthdayPartyIdeas #BirthdayDecor

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It’s Party time! There are a lot of different piñata’s you can chose from at the stores, but they may not have the theme that your looking for. If you trying to keep a Birthday Party cost down, this is a great way to help keep them down. There are always so many reasons that we want to make our own projects. I wanted to show you how to make your own DIY pinata for any party or event that you have coming up. You could also make one of them for the holidays, and do more of a theme around.

Materials:

* 8 Purple Sheets Of Tissue Paper

* 8 Pink Sheets Of Tissue Paper

* 1 Cardboard Box with the dimensions that you would like, you don’t want the height of the box over 7″ for a birthday party, It’s the perfect height. The width you will want to measure with the object you will be using as the focal point. You do not want a really thick box or a really thin box, other wise the kids won’t be able to break it or it will break right away and crush the candy when hit. A regular cardboard box without double layers will work well. (No shiny sides as the glue doesn’t stick as well)

* Clear Packing Tape

* Elmers Glue

* For the character or theme of the party you can use a Matching Plate that you will use at the party or you can use a helium balloon with the character on it that is not blown up

Steps for making your Pinata:

Step 1: You will want to cut 4 sheets of each colored tissue paper for your pinata. You will unfold the 4 sheets, then take 2 sheets at a time, and cut them 1 1/2 to 2 inch strips. When you have cut all the strips, you will then cut half cuts into the strip to make the strips into the fringe like look for the pinata.

Step 2: You will want to figure out which way you would like your pinata to hang. Then put two holes for your thick twine or yarn to hold the rope that you will use to pull the pinata so that the children can hit it. You will put two holes on each side and string it through and tie it so that it’s strong enough to support the rope. Once you have your twine or yarn in place then use the Packing tape to close the flaps on your box.

Step 3: Cut a slit into the side of the box, you will want to make 2 more slits so that you have a part of the box that will lift up so you can stuff the candy inside. Just like is shown below. You will want to make the slit at the top of your cardboard box.
It will not matter if your going to make a square or triangle pinata. You will still go through the same steps and just put the pinata the way you want it when your finished. You will do the front and back of your pinata first.

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Step 4: You will start with any corner that you want in the front of your Pinata. Take one of your strips, hold it up to the box and cut it where it will only over lap the sides a little bit then cut it there. You will add Elmer’s glue to the strip where the slits are not at. Then apply it to your box at the tip of the corner as shown. Then continue to rotate the colors till your 1/4 of the way down as shown.

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Step 5: Then move to the next corner and repeat till you have all the corners complete. Don’t worry if you go into the sides of the pinata we will fix those later. You can use your Plate or Balloon as a guide to see how far down you would like to go down for your corners. Once your corners are complete you will go to the open areas between your corners and again fill in the area rotating colors so that you cover all the areas. Leave the area where your Balloon or Plate will go blank for now.

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Step 6: When you start on the back of your Pinata, you will start on the top and just keep rotating the colors all the way to the bottom of the pinata. The Longer areas you will need to use a strip and a 1/2 to 2 strips to cover the area using the same colors.

Step 7: You will now work on the sides of your pinata. If you have over lapped your strips on the side. They will be dry now. So you can lift them up a little and cut off the excess so that you can fill in the sides of the pinata and they will lay flat.

Step 8: You will want to start on the side where your slit is for the candy to go in the pinata. Start to rotate your strips on the side away from you. When you are to your slit you will use smaller strips in front of the slit then cut strips that will cover the opening and give it room to move up and down. so before you glue your first one on. Hold it tight onto the opening and make sure it won’t break when your opening and closing your opening. If it does break then use a little longer piece. To save you time use that piece as a template for the rest of your strips so you won’t have to measure each strip. Then glue the strips with rotating colors.

Step 9: You will now finish the other sides of your pinata in the same way that you did the side with the slit. Your pinata is now complete with all your strips.

Step 10: If your using a helium balloon you will cut the balloon to use in the middle of your pinata and just use the top character part of the balloon to add to your pinata. If your using a Plate that matches your theme you won’t need to cut it at all. You will now add glue around the outer edge and center of the object you are using. Then put it into place and smooth it out.

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Step 11: This is the last step for completing your pinata. If you have space around your balloon or plate that is showing your cardboard box then rotate strips to fill them in. Once this step is complete, you will want to take strips to cover the edges of your plate or balloon. Take your strip and measure around the outer edge. You can use smaller strips if it’s easier for you, and then go all the way around the outer edge. You will want to use the light color as the first layer around the edge and then cover the light color with a darker color so that the glue won’t show. Your pinata is now complete, it’s ready for your party! Just fill with candy once it is completely dry, use the packing tape to close the slit and your ready for the kids to have a great time with their pinata!

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