April Fool's Day is almost here, are you ready?
I have always loved Fool's Day & when I was a kid I though it was the coolest thing that I can mess with people and and I couldn't get in trouble, it was even encouraged in my house!
Common pranks in my house growing up was doing weird things with food, gluing things to each other or down, buckets or bags of water over doors (those never ended well), popping out to scare people, clear finger nail polish on soap so it doesn't lather, a few white lies, setting the clocks back or forward... the list goes on and on.
My favorite prank that I bring back every few years is the glitter towel! It's great on guys, I sent my brothers to school a few times cover in glitter and half the time they didn't notice till they are out the door in the sun.I have been dying to get my boyfriend with this one but I know he could kill me if I sent him to work covered in glitter... I think I'll do his hand towel this year.
Here are a few cute Fool's Day crafts to give a try, I will be making the fish sticks for a few people this year.
I did these when I was a kid.
My mom got me and my little sister with this one one year.
What you will need:
Markers, New kitchen sponges, Canned frosting, & Sprinkles
Use a marker to draw large circles on new kitchen sponges, then cut out the circles.
Stack and frost them (we used inexpensive canned frosting). Cover the sides with sprinkles, if you like.
Tell your victims that you "made a sponge cake,"
and invite them to cut off a piece. To help ease the prank's sting,
serve real cake afterward.
- Use a marker to draw large circles on new kitchen sponges, then cut out the circles.
Faux Fish Sticks CookiesI am going to make enough of these and give them to a few people, I love the peas!
- What you will need:
- Cornflakes, Sugar wafer cookies, Peanut butter, Green taffy candy ( used green apple AirHeads in picture), & Seedless strawberry jam.
For the fish sticks, place a couple of handfuls
of cornflakes in a ziplock bag and crush them with a rolling pin. Cover 2
sugar wafer cookies with peanut butter, then toss them in the cornflake
crumbs to coat.
For the peas, tear off and roll small pieces of
the taffy candy into balls. If the taffy is too stiff to work with,
microwave it for about 6 seconds.
For the ketchup, use a fork to stir a few teaspoons of the jam until it's smooth.
- For the fish sticks, place a couple of handfuls of cornflakes in a ziplock bag and crush them with a rolling pin. Cover 2 sugar wafer cookies with peanut butter, then toss them in the cornflake crumbs to coat.
- Happy April Fool's Day!
- Feel free to share what pranks you will be doing this year or ones you've done in the past!