Outdoor party season has finally returned! Make your house party the talk of your neighborhood this summer with these 10 ideas.
Make Your Cooler the Coolest
Forget running to the store for ice. Buy a bag of balloons and fill them up with tap water. Freeze them over night and place the balloons in your cooler just as you would with crushed ice. Bonus: After the ice melts you have all the ammo you need for an all out water balloon fight! More info here.
Who needs a punch bowl when you can tap a watermelon?! This is sure to wow your party guests. Find out how to turn a watermelon into a drink dispenser here.
Good Music + Cold Drinks= Summer Fun
Your party will rock with this awesome inflatable boombox cooler. You can order it here.
Cool Idea! Edible Flower Ice Cubes
A jaunty addition to any cocktail. Learn how to make these elegant ice cubes here.
Sun Catching Jello Peels
Add some color to your summer party with refreshing rainbow gelatin orange wedges. They are super easy to make. Sink your teeth into the recipe here.
No More Melted Ice Cream
Save time and a melted mess next time you serve ice cream at a house party with this simple idea. Pre-scoop ice cream into baking cups- store in freezer until ready. Get the scoop on this idea here.
Every homeowner with a pool should know about this easy project: Cut a noodle and tie a rope through it and place around a Rubbermaid bin. Cost: $1.99 For more info click here.
A Watermelon that Bites Back
This may be the only time people don’t run away when someone yells SHARK! Get the recipe here.
Easy to Make Flip Flop Cookies
Who would have guessed that nutter butters could be easily transformed into cutest flip-flop cookies on the face of the earth? Here’s how to make them.
Cool and Fashionable Jewel Pops
Dazzling gem shapes that form easy-to-eat frozen treats with drip-guard handle. Great for kids or “adult” refreshments. You can purchase the mold here.
We hope you have a wonderful summer and enjoy all the wonderful memories that make your house your home.
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