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New Year's Eve Ball Drop Cupcakes

Melissa Bastow

Tags new years eve, recipes

New Year's Eve Ball Drop Cupcakes

These New Year's Eve Ball Drop Cupcakes are an easy and sweet treat that everyone will love!  They only take a few minutes to put together and will be the hit of the night.  The best part is that you can throw them together earlier in the day so that you can party all night! Ingredients  8 Mini Cupcakes, prepared and unfrosted 1 Can Vanilla Frosting 1 pkg. Mini Chewy Sweet Tarts 8 Yellow Gumballs 8 Clear Plastic Shot Glasses 8 Toothpicks, with frilly cellophane tops Gold and Silver Sugar Crystals   Directions  Frost cupcakes using a piping bag and tip,...


A Year at a Glance - Printable 2018 Calendar

Melissa Bastow

Tags new years eve, planners, printables

A Year at a Glance - Printable 2018 Calendar

A new year needs a new calendar (or in my case, multiple new calendars)!  This 2018 calendar printable is perfect to see the entire year at one time.  Circle the important dates and keep it somewhere handy like a bulletin board, desk at work, in the car, in a binder next to the toilet (hey, no judging on where you do your life planning).   To get this free 2018 printable calendar just right click on the image below and select print or save from the menu that pops up.  Print as many as you need for yourself!     If...


New Year’s Eve Ball Drop Donuts

Melissa Bastow

Tags new years eve, snacks

New Year’s Eve Ball Drop Donuts

If you're looking for a perfectly easy New Years themed dessert (or breakfast) then these Ball Drop Donuts are just right!  Not only are they quick to put together, but they taste yummy.....because, you know, DONUTS. First gather your ingredients (and by "ingredients" I mean, there is absolutely no baking, you just need to grab these things at the grocery store).  What you'll need: Glazed Donut Holes Mini Muffins Party Sticks Multi-Color Edible Glitter Silver & Gold Crystals   Directions:  Place donut holes in microwave for 10-15 seconds. (This will melt the glaze just enough to add your glitter/crystals.) Roll...