michelle everard

michelle everard

michelle everard
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Nerf Party on a $100 budget: Camo cake - $15 (Walmart) big fridge boxes- free Wooden dowels (tack downs) $.50 caution tape- $6 (Amazon Prime) green and brown spray paint- $5 Camo duct tape- $3 camo helmets (Dollar Tree)- $1 shields (Dollar Tree)- $1 10pack goggles(AmazonPrime)$14 Ping pongs to shoot-$1(Dollar Tree Cups to stack/shoot $1(DollarTree) Balloons - $1 (Dollar Tree) Plates/ Napkins -$1 (Dollar Tree) Snacks - $1 (Dollar Tree) Extra darts 75 pk- $20 (Amazon)

Nerf Party on a $100 budget: Camo cake - $15 (Walmart) big fridge boxes- free Wooden dowels (tack downs) $.50 caution tape- $6 (Amazon Prime) green and brown spray paint- $5 Camo duct tape- $3 camo helmets (Dollar Tree)- $1 shields (Dollar Tree)- $1 10pack goggles(AmazonPrime)$14 Ping pongs to shoot-$1(Dollar Tree Cups to stack/shoot $1(DollarTree) Balloons - $1 (Dollar Tree) Plates/ Napkins -$1 (Dollar Tree) Snacks - $1 (Dollar Tree) Extra darts 75 pk- $20 (Amazon)

If I ever have boys that love playing army, you can guarantee this will be somewhere in the backyard :)

If I ever have boys that love playing army, you can guarantee this will be somewhere in the backyard :)

Turn a cardboard box into an army guy shooting gallery for Nerf guns! Plastic army guys are a great target to shoot. They’re fun to knock over, and the price is definitely right! In general, we prefer to use Nerf targets that are not people. Shooting army guys doesn’t bother me though – maybe because …

Turn a cardboard box into an army guy shooting gallery for Nerf guns! Plastic army guys are a great target to shoot. They’re fun to knock over, and the price is definitely right! In general, we prefer to use Nerf targets that are not people. Shooting army guys doesn’t bother me though – maybe because …

Passive programming for YA section. Pages from weeded books and Sharpies. Participants create poetry by leaving select words visible and blacking out the rest.

Passive programming for YA section. Pages from weeded books and Sharpies. Participants create poetry by leaving select words visible and blacking out the rest.