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Planning a baby shower may possibly consist of arts and crafts. Nowadays, several men and women appreciate having a fun time organizing a baby shower party with a bit of twist which could also be enjoyed by the guest of honor and her pals. Arts and crafts are excellent alternatives to make the planning much more exciting. You can find lots of creative crafty ideas that may strengthen the bond between family and friends. Several women and even men, appreciate spending a top quality time with family and friends while making homemade baby warm shower ideas, such invites, favors, decorations and baby diaper cakes.

Speaking of baby diaper cakes, they does not constantly come edible. Possibly the most common and easy baby shower craft is a diaper cake. This could be enjoyed by a group of buddies and family members at for the baby warm shower. Diaper cakes can truly make a great decoration in the party. To make a baby diaper cake, you’ll want around fifty diapers, ribbons, and cute toys (optional).

When making a baby diaper cake, roll up every diaper and tie in place utilizing a thin ribbon. Select colored ribbons which are suitable for the baby’s gender, like blue or baby blue if it is a boy or palettes of pink if it’s a girl. In the event you opt to go neutral, select ribbons in soft green or light yellow colors.

To start the base of the cake, use twenty-five diapers and make them stand in a circle. For the second level, you are able to use fifteen diapers, and then eight for the top level of the cake. To make it simple for you to come up with a layered cake, make every layer separately and once they are all carried out, tie each of them utilizing a wide strand ribbon. Next, stack the layers of in largest to smallest order. Finally, you insert cute items like teddies, baby bottles, rattles or baby towels in between the diapers to add far more cuteness to the whole appeal of the diaper cake. After you followed all the actions, you should have an excellent baby diaper cake for the shower party!

When it comes to arts and crafts, you will find plenty of creative ideas to choose from. For a baby shower, you’ll find other far more choices aside from making diaper cakes, like baby bottle sand art, scrap-booking, making handmade centerpieces, baby gift baskets, and handmade jewelry as party favors.

DIY party crafts are not just exciting and enjoyable ideas for a baby warm shower, they also make a practical choice if your budget is really a bit limited. Most of them are really fairly simple to make, it’s just a matter of following the actions and directions on the best way to. Even newbies might never imagine that they could also come up with a masterpiece that looks like made by a professional.

For more fascinating ideas, you’ll be able to search on-line which will give you immeasurable options to decide on from. You will find plenty of internet sites that will give you tips, ideas and directions on the best way to make homemade baby warm shower favors, baby diaper cakes, party centerpieces, baby shower party invitations, baby gift baskets and so on.

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Wanna give your guests a laugh at the haunted Halloween party with some spooky and unique Halloween gloves? You know the scary things you see on Halloween party are hands that have been detached from their arms. This stems from all of those horror movies such as “Nightmare on Elm Street” and “Texas Chainsaw Massacre.” This craft makes hands that can be used as decorations or party favors. The popcorn filling is edible and you can even make these as treats to hand out to trick-or-treaters. Needless to say, the edible and incredible Halloween gloves have taken center stage and stand above other Halloween tricks.
Here we go, let’s take a look at the elaborate way to make some awesome Halloween gloves or Halloween Spooky Hands to impress all the little goblins on the very big day.
First, gather all your supplies.
1.  For the plastic gloves, you need clear gloves (non latex) and not powdered. These are food service type gloves or like those that come in the home hair dye kits. These bare- bones (excuse the Halloween pun) gloves are the very low cost gloves. You can get these at some pharmacies and some grocery stores. Most fast food restaurants use these, and you can sometimes buy them (or someone will take pity and just give you some).
2.  Candy corn is usually easy to find during the Halloween season. Most grocery stores carry it. Country stores typically have these candies year round.
3.  The popcorn can be home popped (very inexpensive). Microwave popcorn is fine. And, there’s always the option to buy bags of popped corn in the chip isle of the grocery.
4.  Ribbon from the fabric store is nice but more expensive. Gift wrapping ribbon works just fine and looks pretty. Orange and black go with the Halloween theme. Another option is yarn.
Then, assemble the Halloween Hands.
1.  Take the gloves and put a candy corn in the tip of each finger. These are the fingernails. Even if they shift around, they still look like fingernails.
2.  Next, put popcorn in the gloves. This is the hardest part. Take your time. Slide popcorn into each finger space with easy pushes. You do not want to crush the popcorn. Continue to fill until you have the gloves filled with about an inch of space at the top of the glove.
3.  If you use the optional spider rings which can be purchased online at stores like Oriental Trading Company, put a ring on one finger and then use small popcorn kernels in that finger first.
4.  Pull the top of the Halloween glove together and tie off with ribbon.
Anyway, whether you want to make treat-or-treat giveaways or need cute Halloween favors, spooky Halloween gloves or Halloween Hands work out great, just like the enticing Halloween gift. These scary popcorn filled Halloween gloves are easy to make, inexpensive and always put a smile on the faces of kids and adults alike. So why not give it a try and enjoy yourselves?
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Well, the season is just under one week away which means fantasy baseball season is fast approaching. Drafts have already started and leagues are starting to form. The popularity of fantasy baseball has absolutely exploded over the past couple of years. Everyone seems to be joining in on the fun. I recently saw a news story somewhere about how women were increasingly becoming part of the fantasy sports scene. I absolutely love fantasy baseball. It gives me a chance to prepare for the upcoming season and take a look at what happened last year statistically.

I have to admit that I have done more mock drafts than I can count so far this spring. I love putting together a baseball team and competing with other users on a fantasy baseball website. I primarily use Yahoo! to play fantasy baseball but I have been experimenting with ESPN as well as I find it incredibly entertaining to put together a fantasy team from scratch. So one thing I wanted to talk about was a suggestion on how to draft a team. I am in no way a fantasy baseball expert but I do have my own strategy that has worked for me in the past. First off, I want to start by saying that I believe Jose Reyes is the single most overrated player in fantasy baseball.

Yes he is a 5 category fantasy player but his average, power, and RBI potential are not worth a first round pick in my opinion. I realize that shortstop is a very scarce position but I am not willing to blow a first round pick on a shortstop other than Hanley Ramirez. I would much rather use my first round pick, especially early in the draft, on a power hitter that will hit for a ton of average, home runs, and RBIs. Albert Pujols is the single most consistent hitter in the major leagues and I would much rather take him than most other players. However, my absolute favorite spot in a fantasy draft in a 10 team league is the 6-8 spots and in a 12 team league I like the 8-10 picks. You can still get an incredible player at the top (especially since someone will probably waste a pick on Reyes and I have even seen Chase Utley go in the first round or very early second round) and you then you get an early second round pick right after that.

What I have found myself doing is being able to grab someone like Miguel Cabrera (who might win the AL MVP this year) and then turn around and grab someone like Lance Berkman or Carlos Lee and every once in awhile Mark Teixeira will drop down to the 14th or so pick and I can grab him also. There are plenty of players that can fill in for speed. The most important pick for me in the third round pick this year where I completely and totally zone in on Carlos Beltran. I think that he is underrated and he is ranked around 25th overall in fantasy baseball. The guy is a solid and consistent 5 category player. I sit back and watch people draft pitchers with some first and second round picks.

This is where some conflict comes up when I talk to people during mock drafts. For me, pitchers are so much more volatile than position players. People with the last first round pick and the first second round pick have consistently been picking Johan Santana and Tim Lincecum back to back. Now of course they are going to have the best one two punch of any rotation in the league, but for me health among pitchers is much more of a concern than position players. Plus, a top tier position player is going to play around 160 games when fully healthy and a starting pitcher is only going to make 30-35 starts in a season. I honestly wait until around round six or seven before I start drafting pitchers.

You can put together a very good staff late in drafts if you know what you are doing. I have been getting pitchers like Chad Billingsley, Javier Vazquez (who should be fantastic in the NL), and Yovani Gallardo after the 8th round. That is going to be three ERAs around 3.50, WHIPs around 1.20, wins around 15, and strikeouts around 200. That is a devastating 1-3 on starters. Oh, and I literally laugh hysterically when people blow their fourth or fifth round pick on Papelbon. Why do people slobber all over one category pitchers? Closer is the single most unpredictable and volatile position in fantasy baseball. We saw teams switching closers all the time last year and I was able to not draft a single closer in one of my leagues yet finished 7th out of 12 in saves last year. Granted 7th out of 12 is not that great but considering the number of saves I got off the waiver wire and free agency it just goes to show how quickly and how many closers can lose their jobs.

This year I have been taking Brian Wilson as well as Matt Lindstrom very late. Usually around round 18. My lineup is usually mostly filled out by the time I start drafting pitchers in the 8th or 9th rounds. Like I said before I absolutely love doing fantasy drafts and playing against family and friends or complete strangers. If any of you who read this would be interested in starting a league for fun or just talking about fantasy baseball in general feel free to head on over to the forums page and post your thoughts and/or if you are interested in starting a league and playing against each other and other members of this site. Fantasy baseball is one of those things that I feel like anyone who loves baseball will enjoy. It gives you a chance to analyze statistics of certain players, teams, ballparks, and any number of other factors.

For instance, Matt Holliday was one of the best players in the Major Leagues while he was in Colorado. Now he is in Oakland and it will be interesting to see what will happen to his numbers moving from hitter friendly Coors Field to the pitcher friendly stadium out in Oakland.

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