Frozen Cupcakes

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These Frozen cupcakes are so cute and versatile. In fact, they are perfect for any Christmas, Winter Wonderland, or Frozen party. Complete with step by step instructions below, and a downloadable snowflake template (here), just about anyone can whip these up. I especially love the white sugar crystals against the blue frosting.

If you are planning a Frozen party, make sure to check out our homemade Frozen play dough post here.

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30% off 5-Port USB Charger + Car Charger Bonus Pack (quickly charge multiple devices for $20.97)


This code is available until tonight! This is the perfect gift for someone who has tons of devices and cords all over their house!

Amazon has the 5-Port USB Charger + Car Charger BONUS PACK for $29.97 right now. But wait! We have an exclusive discount for you! Use the code TIME2SAV at checkout to save $9, making the charger + car charger just $20.97. This discount code is valid from 12/11 at 7 am – 12/17 through Sunday at 11:59 pm Eastern.

I just ordered this charger myself. I really like that the charger plugs into the wall with a cord (it doesn’t plug directly into a wall), so you have more flexibility with your space. It can sit on your desk, kitchen counter, bedside table, or even plug into an extension cord while you’re camping or in an RV. It’s also super amped (I totally made up this phrase) so you can quickly charge multiple devices at once.
◾5-Port Megacharger AND FREE Dual-Port Car Charger included in this Bonus Pack. Home Charger has power cord to plug into wall allowing you to place charger where it’s convenient, not on wall.
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25 Days of Christmas Fun: Saltine Cracker Toffee or “Pine Bark”

We thought it would be fun to countdown to Christmas each night with a fun Christmas craft, recipe, family tradition and all things holly jolly.


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Here’s a recipe for a deliciously salty/sweet treat that is sure to please!  Kasey shared this recipe with me year before last  - and last year my father-in-law, who is a Church of God pastor (and therefore eats very well) loved it so much he nearly fought another pastor over the last few pieces :)  It’s called Saltine Toffee or sometimes “Pine Bark”.  It’s not fancy, it’s not pretentious – and the ingredients are cheap – that’s my favorite kind of recipe!

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25 Days of Christmas Fun: Snowman Soup!

We thought it would be fun to countdown to Christmas each night with a fun Christmas craft, recipe, family tradition and all things holly jolly.

Follow Time 2 Save Workshops’s board Christmas:Snowman Soup on Pinterest.

Here is a fun craft you can make to give as a gift with your children.  Snowman Soup, complete with Snowman Soup recipe, Snowman Soup Poem and free Snowman Soup downloadable gift tags.  This is perfect for teachers – especially if you can find a cute mug to put your “Snowman Soup” in!

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25 Days of Christmas Fun: Snowman Soap Craft

We thought it would be fun to countdown to Christmas each night with a fun Christmas craft, recipe, family tradition and all things holly jolly.

Reader Sylvia emailed us this fun craft idea a couple of years ago – I’d never thought of doing this, but I have several bars of Ivory soap in the stockpile, so I might have to try it with the kids!  You know how you MUST proudly display your kids’ strange, malformed interpretation of a “bud vase” – precisely because your kid malformed it just for you?  I think that’s how this soap might go over in the grandparents bathrooms.  :)

This comes from Sylvia’s Post Here:

  1. Grate the soap using a cheese grater*. When grating, lay a piece of wax paper or foil on your work surface.
  2. Place grated soap into a bowl. Idea: use a disposable bowl for easy cleanup.
  3. Add a small amount of water and mix with a spoon or popsicle stick. The soap will start to stick back together.
  4. Take the soap out of the bowl and separate it into three sections. Roll each section into a ball and stack the balls to form a snowman.
  5. The balls should be slightly different sizes with the largest ball on the bottom and the smallest ball on top. If necessary, rub a little water on the soap where you are joining the pieces. This will help it stick.
  6. Make sure you flatten the bottom ball so your snowman can stand without falling over.
  7. Optional: Using a tooth pick, take a little paste food coloring out of the jar or squeeze a few drops of liquid food coloring out onto a paper plate, old plastic lid etc. or use washable paint. Paint a face and buttons on your snowman using a thin paint brush (liner brush).

Jamie’s note: Unless you want to get colored hands everytime you wash with your snowman – or have your snowman turn pink immediately from red food coloring – you might want to skip that optional step.

Thanks Sylvia!

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