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How to Stage a LUCKY day!!

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You may have seen us on KSL's Studio 5 today, showing you how to stage a lucky day for a special someone in your life! We are so excited about this idea - it was so much fun!
Here's what we did: I chose one of my best friends who I thought could use a little "luck"!I made a list of some of her faves. Maurices, Swig, her boyfriend, a favorite restaurant, a favorite place to get her nails done, a few of her closest friends, etc. I figured out what day would work best.... and.....Went to work! I called Maurices to see if they had any coupons or sales, and paid $10 in her name, asking them to call her and let her know she won something. I arranged for a good friend to show up at her house in the morning with a Swig Dirty Diet Coke & sugar cookie and help her fold laundry (who wouldn't love that!?). I had another friend she hasn't heard from in a long time text her later in the day, just telling her she missed her and loved her. I talked to her boyfriend and h…

Lucky Rainbow Chex Mix

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Here's a yummy St. Patricks Day treat idea!
INGREDIENTS1 box (11.5 oz) Lucky Charms® cereal6 cups Rice Chex® or Corn Chex® cereal2 bags (12 oz each) white vanilla baking chips (4 cups)1/4 cup multicolored candy sprinkles
DIRECTIONSPour box of cereal out onto a large tray. Pick out all the marshmallows (about 2 cups); set aside to add to the mix later. Measure 2 cups of the remaining Lucky Charms cereal (without the marshmallows) into large bowl, add Chex cereal.Line cookie sheet with foil or waxed paper. In medium microwavable bowl, microwave white vanilla baking chips uncovered on High about 2 minutes, stirring every 30 seconds, until chips can be stirred smooth. Pour over cereal mixture in large bowl; toss to evenly coat.Spread mixture in single layer on cookie sheet. Immediately sprinkle with candy sprinkles. Let stand until set, about 20 minutes. Gently break up mixture; toss in reserved marshmallows. Store in airtight container.

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