This image is actually the video. What I forgot to explain is that the deal at the store was buy $30 of selected items (3,000 of them) and get $10 back. I was rolling that $10 into my next purchase. So coming as close to $30 as I could. Giving them the $10 from the previous purchase and then giving them about $12 in coupons to walk out with each purchase costing me around $10.
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I also would like to point out another little ‘trick’. Each season all make-up companies change out their colors, they usually mark the old colors down. You can use coupons on marked down items! Don’t forget that!
Go here to print a coupon for $0.50/10 packets of Kool-Aid. These are on sale at most Kroger stores this week for $0.10 each so if your store doubles coupons, you’ll get these free after coupons. Plus, you can use your browser’s back button to print another coupon for a total of 20 packets free!
I must have about 100 packs of kool-aid in my food storage, and so far I have not paid for any of them. What am I going to do with all this kool-aid you ask???
1. Make Easy, Flavorful Kool-Aid Frosting I discovered this unusual use for Kool-Aid powder when I had a can of vanilla frosting one day and a cherry chip cake to frost. I stirred in a package of cherry flavored Kool-Aid and the result was a delicious, creamy topping that everyone loved! If you need to make a tasty frosting for a gelatin cake, all you need to do is fold in a pack of Kool-Aid into a container of thawed Cool Whip®. If the frosting tastes a little tart, add in sugar, a little at a time until it tastes good to you.
2. Make Kool-Aid Brand Lip Gloss This is an unusual use the girls will love! All they need to do, to make a fruity lip gloss, is to place a small amount of petroleum jelly into a microwave-safe bowl. Stir some Kool-Aid soft drink powder into the jelly- enough to make it the color they desire. Stir in a little sugar, then, place the bowl in a microwave oven for about five or six seconds- just enough to soften the mixture up a bit.
3. Make Sand Art With Kool-Aid Brand Soft Drink Mix Kool-Aid is perfect for the kids to make safe Sand Art with! All you need to do is provide them with plenty of paper and pencils. After they draw pictures on the paper, give them several different colors of dry Kool-Aid and Elmer’s® Glue. Then, instruct them to spread a thin layer of glue over one item in their picture. It’s better to start at the top of the pictures so they don’t get their arms in the wet mixture. They can then sprinkle Kool-Aid on that area and press it down gently. After the kids shake the excess soft drink powder off, they can continue onto the next section. Once their pictures are done, let them set until the Elmer’s Glue dries completely.
4. Temporarily Dye Your Hair With Kool-Aid If you’re going to a party, or, you just want a new look for a short period of time, use Kool-Aid! Choose the color you want to use and pour it into a glass container. Add a teaspoon of corn starch and just enough water to turn the ingredients into a paste. Apply the paste to your clean, dry hair and let it set for five minutes. Then, rinse the paste out. Your “new do” will last until you shampoo your hair once or twice.
5. Make Eerie Party Decorations Another unusual use for Kool-Aid Brand Soft Drink Powder is to make an eerie Halloween decoration with it. Just place some dry ice- don’t touch it with your hands!- into a glass, and pour a packet of any flavor Kool-Aid into it. Kids will watch with fascination as the dry ice and Kool-Aid bubbles and mists. Make up several of these glasses and set them around for an eerie effect at your next party!
6. Make Kool-Aid Clay for the Kids You may already know how to make homemade clay for your kids to play with. But, did you know you can make clay using Kool-Aid brand soft drink powder as well? Mix together a cup of white flour, a fourth cup of salt, 2 tablespoons cream of tartar and a package of Kool-Aid in a pan. Stir in a cup of water and a tablespoon of vegetable oil and heat the pan over medium heat on your stovetop. After several minutes, the mixture should clump together in the pan. When it does, remove the pan from the stove and let it cool slightly until you can touch it. Knead the Kool-Aid clay with your hands until it’s not lumpy anymore. Place it in an airtight container and store it in the refrigerator until use.
7. Heather, left a comment on another use! “Great ideas! You can also tie-dye 100% cotton with Kool-aid.”
I don’t feed my pets Eukanuba because it costs too much! But if you do here is a $5 coupon they will mail to you. Good for you spending the extra for your pets! Honestly, I wish I could!
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