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An easy Hurricane Punch recipe that everyone will enjoy.

Hurricane Punch

An easy Hurricane Punch recipe that everyone will enjoy. 64 ounces fruit punch (I used Hawaiian Punch) 1 can frozen limeade concentrate, thawed 2 cans frozen orange juice, thawed cups light rum (depending on how strong you want it)

Thrifty Hurricanes!  Perfect for everyday decor or special occasions and only $2!

Thrifty Hurricane Tutorial

i like the bottom display, simple & pretty, could do any flower color----DIY Budget Wedding Decor Projects

Hurricane Safety Tips: Before, During and After the Storm | SHTF Preparedness Tips and Ideas by Survival Life athttp://survivallife.com/hurricane-safety-tips/

How to Stay Safe During A Hurricane

Such a simple, yet elegant flower arrangement! It is also fun to float camellias on a platter or in hurricane lanterns. // CathyHeckNurseryArt.com- #Camellias #SimpleFlowerArrangement

She Cuts A Pinky-Sized Hole Into Bubble Wrap. The Reason? GENIUS!!

Fun, low-lying centerpiece idea by using stemless wine glasses down a long table! LOVE ~ Pretty and easy to center piece and you get a whole bunch of wine glasses for after the wedding too!

Beach Chic centerpiece....by Embellish Party Rentals, Naples, Fl.

36 Breezy Beach Inspired DIY Home Decorating Ideas

Be creative with your candle displays. Candle light is essential when creating a romantic look. To add interest to the candles whilst there is still daylight, pieces of washed up coral thrown in with the sand, work really well.

This Skinny Hurricane Cocktail is a healthier version of the classic Mardi Gras drink is filled with orange and cranberry juice and finished with light rum for a refreshing cocktail!

Skinny Hurricane Cocktail

This Skinny Hurricane Cocktail is a healthier version of the classic Mardi Gras drink is filled with orange and cranberry juice and finished with light rum for a refreshing cocktail! (use Crystal Light!

hurricane art

This activity looks perfect for our grade students. It is a great project to assess the students' idea of what a hurricane looks like from a bird's eye view. The students would have to include the eye of the storm and the surrounding cloud coverage.

I am SO doing this. Jar of candles that can be kept with your emergency kit for power outages. Inexpensive weekend project.

I am SO doing this. Jar of candles that can be kept with your emergency kit for power outages. Need a half gallon jar if you use typical emergency candles, otherwise candles won't fit.

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