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Since Valentine’s Day is this week, try making these scrumptious and easy semi-homemade chocolate covered caramels. They go ridiculously fast around my house! It’s also so easy and fun to use silicone molds and make up some adorable edibles for your loved ones. The whole family enjoyed these little Lego people! Happy Valentine’s Day!
Here are a few favorites from last week:
Caramel Pecan Knots by Shibley Smiles
These look easy and yet scrumptious!
101 Things to Do With Your Kids When It’s Cold Outside by Intoxicated on Life
I like the toilet paper outfits idea!
Why Silliness is Key to a Great Marriage from Our Peaceful Planet
Humor sure helps sometimes, and I agree with her too,
that it should never be hurtful!
(I have some plastic grotesque teeth that I’ll wear and cuddle up next to my husband with, and smile lovingly at him…)
Free Printable Minecraft Valentine’s Day Cards from A Grande Life
If you know some Minecraft fans, these would be perfect!
Hand Mirror Starts a Fire or
(How my mom almost accidentally burned her house down)
from Growing in Grace
Who would have thought!
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