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Buffalo Chicken Dip - An easy classic that features three different layers of flavors including chicken, hot sauce, cream cheese, ranch dressing and, of course, lots of cheese! via @browneyedbaker

Buffalo Chicken Dip - An easy classic that features three different layers of flavors including chicken, hot sauce, cream cheese, ranch dressing and, of course, lots of cheese! via @browneyedbaker

HOT SHRIMP COCKTAIL DIP is the best party appetizer ever! A hot cheesy version of an old favorite; with cocktail sauce, shrimp, cream cheese, sour cream, mozzarella, and green onion! AMAZING!

HOT SHRIMP COCKTAIL DIP is the best party appetizer ever! A hot cheesy version of an old favorite; with cocktail sauce, shrimp, cream cheese, sour cream, mozzarella, and green onion! AMAZING!

Bubble solution for huge bubbles and "good" bubbles can cost up to $20 per gallon. Learn how to make bubble solution that works amazingly well for under $1!

Bubble solution for huge bubbles and "good" bubbles can cost up to $20 per gallon. Learn how to make bubble solution that works amazingly well for under $1!

Elmer’s ‘Painters' Opaque Paint Markers are fun to use on fabrics, glass, cards, beads, frames, posters, masks, pictures, backpacks, canvas, pillows, shoes, banners, plates, t-shirts, buttons, ornaments, pumpkins.... and rocks!

Elmer’s ‘Painters' Opaque Paint Markers are fun to use on fabrics, glass, cards, beads, frames, posters, masks, pictures, backpacks, canvas, pillows, shoes, banners, plates, t-shirts, buttons, ornaments, pumpkins.... and rocks!

STEM preschool activities (or as we like to say, STEAM activities) is an easy way to incorporate fun learning and encourage creative thinking at home. Use the 5 simple questions we listed below to teach your child to think like a scientist (or artist). To us, thinking like a scientist and thinking like an artist go together like peanut …

STEM preschool activities (or as we like to say, STEAM activities) is an easy way to incorporate fun learning and encourage creative thinking at home. Use the 5 simple questions we listed below to teach your child to think like a scientist (or artist). To us, thinking like a scientist and thinking like an artist go together like peanut …