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Hélium helyett:   Alapanyagok: Ecet Szódabikarbóna 2 kis tölcsér Lufi Flakon    Elkészítés: A flakon 1/3 részét töltsük fel a tölcsér segítségével ecettel. Egy másik tölcsérrel töltsük fel kb. a lufi felét szódabikarbónával. A lufit a szájától feljebb fogjuk be (hogy a szódabikarbóna ne tudjon belőle kifolyni), majd a másik kezünkkel a lufi száját húzzuk rá a flakonra, ha ez sikerült engedjük belefolyni a szódabikarbónát az ecetbe és az így keletkezett gáz szépen felfújja a lufit.

No helium needed to fill balloons for parties.just vinegar and baking soda! I NEED TO REMEMBER THIS! this is important since helium is not a renewable source and is in such short supply-kid science project

Life size beer pong for a beach party, barbecue or camping. Yes!

15 DIY Drinking Games That Will Make Your Next Party Great

Looking for new and imaginative concepts for table decorations for the young children’ birthday? Then, we give you a great deal of fantastic examples of how you can organize your little ones birthday party in

Pams Party & Practical Tips: Elsa's Ice Candy

Elsa's Ice Candy

Pams Party & Practical Tips: Elsa's Ice Candy

Disney Frozen Crafts: 25 Awesome Ideas that You and Your Kids Will Love!

Disney Frozen Crafts: 25 Awesome Ideas

Disney Frozen Crafts: 25 Awesome Ideas - perfect activities for your Frozen fan!

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Birthday Party Idea: outdoor camping / fishing them! Great idea for a kids birthday party

Make a balloon avalanche for a birthday morning surprise. Simply tape a trash bag to the ceiling and door, slide in small blown up balloons, and wait for the birthday girl or boy to open the door!

The Balloon Avalanche

Make a balloon avalanche for a birthday morning surprise. Simply tape a trash bag to the ceiling and door, slide in small blown up balloons, and wait for the birthday girl or boy to open the door! **BUT USE CREPE PAPER SO IT IS PRETTIER!

dino party: pterodactyl nests (pretzel sticks and grapes) also like the "deviled dino egg" name

Pretzel sticks, grapes, chocolate balls - whatever you think makes a great dinosaur nest. And of course put them in some green baking cups from Paper Eskimo!