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Balloon prize pop! Put a prize in every balloon! Make it a snowman for Christmas, or a heart, or a cake, the ideas are nearly endless!

Balloon prize pop! Put a prize in every balloon! Make it a snowman for Christmas, or a heart, or a cake, the ideas are nearly endless!

I love crafts and I love science, so I thought this was super cute and would be really fun to make for any mad science themed event. (Who wants to co-host this party with me?) A recipe for Petri Dish Jello was featured over at the blog Sugar  Cloth. Also, notice how a major ingredient for this is sprinkles? YeaI like that too.

I love crafts and I love science, so I thought this was super cute and would be really fun to make for any mad science themed event. (Who wants to co-host this party with me?) A recipe for Petri Dish Jello was featured over at the blog Sugar Cloth. Also, notice how a major ingredient for this is sprinkles? YeaI like that too.

DIY "Harry Potter" Style Soaring Candles - perfect for your Halloween Porch decor! | Livemaster - Spooktacular Halloween DIYs, Crafts and Projects - The BEST Do it Yourself Halloween Decorations

DIY "Harry Potter" Style Soaring Candles - perfect for your Halloween Porch decor! | Livemaster - Spooktacular Halloween DIYs, Crafts and Projects - The BEST Do it Yourself Halloween Decorations

The specimen-jar candle looks like it came straight from a mad scientist's laboratory, but it's really easy to make -- and little trick-or-treaters will love it.

The specimen-jar candle looks like it came straight from a mad scientist's laboratory, but it's really easy to make -- and little trick-or-treaters will love it.

(For the kids) Breadstick Snails  Heat to 375. Unroll dough and separate into strips. Spread strips with pesto or seasoned butter and roll up into a coil, leaving a curved end, so it looks like the head of the snail. Secure with a toothpick. Place upright on a baking sheet.  Bake for 10 minutes. Poke holes for antennae; insert two carrot slivers.

(For the kids) Breadstick Snails Heat to 375. Unroll dough and separate into strips. Spread strips with pesto or seasoned butter and roll up into a coil, leaving a curved end, so it looks like the head of the snail. Secure with a toothpick. Place upright on a baking sheet. Bake for 10 minutes. Poke holes for antennae; insert two carrot slivers.

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