Need colored lights quick to match a party? Forgot to decorate for the holiday, and the holiday is already here? Learn how to make paper lanterns, and you can make DIY lantern string lights to … [Read more...] about How to Make Paper Lanterns with Lights
Don't keep all of your Christmas lights in your storage closet this year. Pull them out and put them to work. Lights that have made your Holiday sparkle will make other events and everyday … [Read more...] about 13 Ways to use your Christmas Lights All Year!
Light us your summer and Independence Day celebrations with banners and intertwine them with lights! Materials: Red, white and blue banners. Use a fabric one like the one used in … [Read more...] about Light Up the 4th of July with Banners and Lights
We remember all those men and women who have died in service to our country. We are grateful. … [Read more...] about Memorial Day 2017
If you research the origin of the hamburger, you will find many people who claim to have invented or served the first one. What started out as a basic meat patty between two buns has now become … [Read more...] about National Hamburger Day
If you're looking for something a little different to do with the kids, how about planning a scavenger hunt? National Scavenger Hunt Day is on May 24, but this is a fun activity you can do … [Read more...] about National Scavenger Hunt Day
We don't know who came up with this national holiday, but we're pretty sure we want to be friends with them! Rich, deep chocolate cake paired with chocolate frosting...yum, yum! Do you … [Read more...] about National Devil’s Food Cake Day
What is a summer party or Cinco de Mayo without a great street taco recipe? This recipe and either an instant pot or a crockpot (just follow the directions below then pop into a crock pot … [Read more...] about Instant Pot Roast Beef Street Tacos
We love this fun project - so quick and easy. Perfect for an Easter weekend party. Required materials: Inexpensive Plastic Easter Eggs One string of mini lights (or more if you'd like!) … [Read more...] about Easter Egg Lights
This 5-minute project is perfect for brightening an entryway table, sideboard, or with battery lights, your Easter table. This is our first project in our One String of Light series … [Read more...] about Easter Decorating – One String of Lights
A few recipes are so sweet, salty and delicious that they can only be made for major Holidays like Easter and Christmas and shared with friends and family. Easter Puppy Chow definitely … [Read more...] about Easter Bunny Chow
It's Spring and it also happens to be National Craft Month! We think it's a great time to brighten up your home just in time for the Easter Holiday. Celebrate with these a few of these easy … [Read more...] about Simple Ways to Brighten Easter
Sources are unsure about the origins of one of America's favorite treats on a stick. Some argue that Pronto Pup vendors at the Minnesota State Fair invented the corndog in 1941. Others give credit to … [Read more...] about National Corndog Day
We're not sure how it happens, but the middle of March approaches and suddenly everyone is adding a little more green to their life and researching their ancestry to find how Irish they are! … [Read more...] about Four Ways to Add More Green to Your St. Patrick’s Day
Happy National Margarita Day! With President's Day and National Drink Wine Day behind us, it's time to celebrate the pairing of tequila and lime! (We're all about celebrations!!) Be sure to … [Read more...] about It’s Margarita Day! What’s your favorite recipe?
Light a Halloween Cauldron! With Halloween just around the corner we love this project. Items required for this project: A plastic cauldron Red and orange chasing lights Black … [Read more...] about Halloween Cauldron – Light it up!
I just received this wonderful photo and lovely email from Curt in Ohio. Shellie Gardner, Hello this is Curt and I wanted to show you what wife is doing with the colored lights I bought. This picture … [Read more...] about Lights Across the Country: Ohio and Valentines Day
If you're dreaming of the tropics, they may be as close as your own backyard. A luau is, in essence, a Hawaiian party, often used in Hawaii to celebrate events of great importance like graduations … [Read more...] about The Perfect Backyard Hawaiian Luau
The Tanganyika Wildlife Park is not your normal zoo. Located just 5.5 hours north of the Dallas/Fort Worth, TX area up in Goddard, KS it's worth the trip this Halloween season. Their … [Read more...] about The Tanganyika Wildlife Park Pumpkin Walk
In the Robinson house, we LOVE carving pumpkins. Here in Texas, one week before Halloween is the earliest we can carve our oversized squash since it is 90 degrees in October. (They almost mold the … [Read more...] about Lighting a Jack O’ Lantern for Halloween