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That will be such a special memory! I remember my putting that in our yard and that was at least 15 years ago.
You are a wonderful mom and now I have to steal your idea so that I can be that “wonderful” mom. Merry Christmas.
LOL! 🙂 Hope you had fun making it!
I just stold it too
great i love it make it every year
We like to add wild birdseed to our mixture!!!!
We are going to make it this year for the first time, me (Mommy :)), my 5 year old and my 4 year old!! 😀 I am so excited to start this tradition! The boys can’t wait!
Love this, we have Great Nieces and Nephews we will see on Thanksgiving. I am going to make some up and give them to them
I see your recipe says to use glitter, (or sprinkles).
Say we use glitter, which we will prefer for the bright sparkling effect announced on your fantastic printable tag.
Glitter is commonly made from plastic, sometimes even glass.
Have you even considered what will happen when birds or other animals actually eat your “reindeer food”?
I mean, in the real world?
There is something you can use that provides that sparkling effect without harm. It isn´t glitter, but edible glitter.
I suggest you change your recipe to say “edible glitter”, and emphasise this, so people don´t sprinkle tiny and sharp plastic shards mixed with food on their lawns.
Omg seriously. You can’t be nicer about it then this. Wow
How about colored sugar? It sparkles and then the ants can eat too 🙂
Exactly! Edible glitter is made from sugar. Colorful and sparkly. Safe and fun for all you mothers out there! Happy new year!
I just did it and my sisters and cousins love it thanks
it looks fun and i am so making it
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
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