Unicorn Easter Eggs: How to Dye Easter Eggs More Than 40 Custom Colors

What kid doesn’t love to dye Easter eggs?! This year, don’t stop at the basic colors, mix it up by creating Unicorn Easer eggs – an entire rainbow of colors you won’t find in any kit! Use this guide, along with food color, vinegar and hot water, to make more than 40 different colors.

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‘Jar of Awesome’ and 20 Other Cool Jar Ideas

The ‘jarring’ concept is an easy and practical way to make positive additions or changes in your life. Create several jars on different topics or choose to focus on just one area. Each jar can be used for only yourself or get the whole family involved. Some jar ideas even lend themselves to creating a spirit of healthy competition among family members, which will provide added motivation. Here are 20+ cool jarring ideas.

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14 Bath Toys You Probably Have Around the House

My kids love bath time. Playing with bath toys is a great way to build fine motor skills and dexterity. The great thing is that you don’t have to spend a dime on them, as you likely have many around your house already. There’s also a simple trick for storing them that will keep your bathroom from looking like a toy tornado hit it. Here are 14 bath toys from around the house, and a simple and clever way to store them.

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Harvest Your Own Home Décor: 2 Fall DIY Projects

Warm up your home with this season’s trendiest looks. Put your personal touch on your home’s decor with crafting projects that highlight the best of fall: copper detail, animal icons and pumpkins of every color, including white. Read on to discover two beautiful DIY harvest home décor projects.

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Back to the Nest: Practical Tips to Welcome Adult Kids Back Home

For the first time since 1880, more young people are living with their parents than any other living arrangement. A recent report from the Pew Research Center showed the number of 18- to 34-year-olds living at home is higher than the number of young adults who are married or cohabiting in their own home. From student loan debt to saving for their own home, young adults have many reasons for returning to the nest. However, if your child’s bedroom has been turned into your home office, gym or craft room, you may find that their return home presents a unique set of challenges.

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