Delivery Drivers - SNACK & DRINK bucket idea - THANK YOU - Free Downloadable - UPS, USPS, FedEX, mail carrier APPRECIATION ideas


I've done this during the holidays but with my online shopping habit package delivery growing, I decided to make a snack and drink bucket year round. Since it's summer, I'm buying non-melty items.


Here is what I have so far:

Candy boxes (no chocolate)
Pretzels
Nuts
Chips
Granola bars
Breakfast bars
Cheese and peanut butter crackers - We'll see how these do. I might remove them until it gets cooler.

I attached this sign to the bucket. Free downloadable below. 


I might add a little cooler at the bottom for drinks and only leave snacks in the bucket.

Randomly I check our Ring and here is our UPS guy thrilled with the treats. 


FREE downloadable sign HERE
Right click and save. Prints 5x7.


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PICK A POP Carnival booth game for kids - EASY & FUN PARTY games - free printable - sucker / lollipop with a blue dot - DIY



We run a little booth for the library every spring and our table has a game to attract people over to talk about supporting the library. We tried a spinning wheel with book questions one year but when we had a bunch of kids it  got a little confusing. 

We wanted a game with:

  • easy prep time
  • easy set-up 
  • inexpensive 
  • easy to run ...AND
  • fun for the kids

We decided on PICK A POP! We've been doing this game for two years now and the kids love it. 


So easy. The game is played by picking a pop (obviously...lol) and IF it has a blue dot on the bottom you win a prize and the pop. IF it doesn't, you still get to keep the pop. WIN WIN game and everyone is happy. Well, the first year I really felt bad for the siblings that didn't get a blue dot. 

This year EVERY POP HAD A BLUE DOT!!! {{shhhhhhh...don't tell}}


It was funny when the adults would finally click that they are ALL blue after standing at the table for few minutes. Lol. It makes for a really fun day!


Supplies:

Lollipops
Blue sharpie or ink pad



I tried the ink pad and it took forever to dry so I prefer the sharpie. 


I sat with the box of pops and sharpie and colored while watching TV. 



To display the pops I re-used the same base or stand since 2014!! I've used it for several events and still looks great. How to make it HERE.


Fill the stand and save extras to refill! 


FREE 8x10 printable sign HERE.
(Click link to open and right click to save)

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RAINBOW donuts - Quick & Easy - St. Patrick's Day Breakfast IDEA - Lucky with a pot of gold

I always do a fun breakfast for St. Patrick's day and this year it's donuts!




I wanted quick and easy. :) Or Lazy. Lol!

Two scoops of icing, green food coloring and mix. Heat in the microwave for 15-20 seconds.

I only dip once and place on parchment paper.




I cut 1.5-2" from each strip.

Add a little icing (that wasn't microwaved) at each end and make an arch. It won't be that stable so use marshmallows to hold it in place.

I started with one mini marshmallow on the inside of each side. Then add as many as you want.

I used 5 marshmallows per side.


Added a rolo candy in the center as the pot of gold. The boys actually only ate the donut and saved the candy for later.


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