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Inspiring things to put in Easter eggs this year

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Inspiring things to put in Easter eggs this year

If you want to get uniquely creative this year for your Easter baskets, then read on. Besides chocolate bunnies and robin's egg candy, there are lots of things you can use to stuff those plastic Easter eggs for your one-of-a kind Easter egg hunt. Let your imagination be your guide. If it's a small group, and you know the participants, then you'll know their interests and hobbies. Personalized items within the Easter eggs make the hunt that much more fun, and later will make the "reveal" that much more enjoyable for each person. 1. Get some plastic eggs to fill...

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It's easy being uniquely green this St Patrick's Day!

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It's easy being uniquely green this St Patrick's Day!

Going out to celebrate St Patrick's Day? Flashing, blinking or glowing Irish green is bound to get to you noticed wherever you go! There are green glow sticks, wands and jewelry to help celebrate St Patrick's Day. Hats and head wear, and sunglasses too, there's no reason not to show up with at least one item of green.  Definitely share fun and easy-to-wear greenery with your friends and family when meeting up for your pub crawl or night out! Here are tons of green options but with a unique twist: Try unusual green headgear The traditional green leprechaun hat might...

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St. Patrick's Day is coming soon, What will you do?

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St. Patrick's Day is coming soon, What will you do?

On the 17th of March is St. Patrick's Day where many embrace Irish traditions. But do you know its background? Background of St Patrick’s Day   St. Patrick was not actually Irish but the son of a Roman-British army officer. When he was a young boy, he and many others were kidnapped by Irish pirates and sold into slavery in Ireland. For more than 6 years, he was imprisoned as an animal caretaker. According to some annals, one day he dreamed that God directed him to escape Ireland. He found passage on a ship and escaped back to England. Eventually,...

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How to really wig out at Mardi Gras

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How to really wig out at Mardi Gras

Everyone knows that Mardi Gras is a crazy fun time. There are outrageous parades with participants throwing beaded necklaces, dress up balls, drinking parties and all things wild and nutty. One thing is for sure, out of this world outfits, costumes and accessories make Mardi Gras a non stop party. Nearly all the participants are dressed to impress - at the very least with bazaar and eccentric costumes. The easiest way to join in on the fun is to don a wig, but not your typical grandma's wig. It doesn't even have to technically be a hair wig. There are...

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Mardi Gras: The Wildest Show on Earth

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Mardi Gras:  The Wildest Show on Earth

New Orleans’s Mardi Gras is indeed a parade like no other! Witness dozens and dozens of fully decorated floats bearing krewe nobility in their full finery, scores of famous celebrities in out-of this-world attires, masked revelers march in time with hosts of colorful uniformed bands and daring riders on horseback. Accompanying them are thousands of dancing party-goers in their scintillating and vibrant costumes. The show dazzles of beads in different types, sizes and hues; twinkling Spanish gold coins and other valuable trinkets. Millions of merry makers are making New Orleans’s Mardi Gras as the greatest show on Earth. The Origin On...

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