Monthly Archives: October 2011

Holiday: No Knife Jack O’Lanterns

There are a few ways to create jack o’lanterns without cutting and without flame. These ways are simply safer when young children are around. Paint it- Use a wax crayon to set lines for the design or face and use acrylic paint and brushes to paint the design on the pumpkin. Play “Mister Pumpkin Head”-
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Holiday: Halloween and Trick or Treating Safety and Comfort

Halloween is a great day of the year for children. They get a ton of candy and get to act the part of their favorite celebrity, magic being or creepy crawly. Even many adults easily get roped into the spirit of Halloween. Trick or treating is a popular Halloween tradition but there are pros and
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How To: Tie a Bow

I’ll admit that I have felt a little silly at times teaching girls in the studio how to tie a bow.  We all learned how to tie our shoelaces years ago; from there we took our bow-tying knowledge to new heights with pretty hair bows, loopy bows on dresses, and snazzily wrapped gifts.  In those
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Wedding Trends: Breaking the Rule of White

Shhh… I’ve been contemplating whether or not I want to wear a white wedding dress.  There are probably a few mothers out there that would scoff at such a thought, but nowadays more brides are defying the traditional rule of white than ever before. Haute couture styles such as that of Stella de Libero aren’t
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Wedding Etiquette: Stay One Hop Ahead

I need help getting started! I’m not sure when to do what? Any advice on when I should order and mail my save the dates, invitations, thank you notes, etc.?          –Amy in MA Amy- Here at The Green Kangaroo, we ultimately believe that you should do what’s best for YOU. What works for
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Style: Jet-setter

After just one flight (my first was last May), I caught the traveling bug — I wanted go and see and do!  I haven’t earned the title “Jet-setter” just yet, but I have taken to the air a few times since.  I just returned from New York and I’m already mapping out my next trip. 
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