holidays — Holidays
Browsing the #rejectedcandyhearts section on Twitter is entertaining (albeit, really inappropriate depending on the submission, so reader discretion is advised!) After reading these, you’ll be happy your store-bought Necco conversation hearts are polite and sweet because these sure aren’t! And if you’d like to get a custom candy heart message to share with friends, head.
It’s almost that time of the year again, folks! And that means, it’s time to have a big celebration to ring in the New Year. You don’t want to drop the ball on being a fantastic host (the only ball that should drop is the one in Time’s Square), so if you’re planning on having.
It happens every season: you buy a ton of one thing and inevitably have a hoard leftover. Instead of tossing all of your candy canes out in the trash, try some of these inventive recipes, both edible and non. Peppermint Leftover Candy Cane Brownies Mint and chocolate have been paired together for years. It’s probably.
We’re in full-out holiday party season, which means you probably have a lot of hosting or party-hopping to do. While we normally post a lot of family-friendly recipes, this one is strictly for grown-ups, so leave the kiddos at home and be naughty and nice with these delicious holiday cocktails. White Chocolate Snowflake Martini No.
Holidays are a time for giving and receiving! Don’t forget your favorite co-workers this holiday with these affordable and fun candy-inspired gifts. You Da Bomb Candy Gifts Wrap up Rolos, Mentos, or other cyllindrical candies and edibles to make these fun "You da bomb" presents. If you’re a boss or manager, these make great thank.