Clorox Clean-Up Recipes For Fun & the Ultimate Mess Party $10,000 Sweepstakes

I remember when the kids were babies and a rattle and stuffed animal were entertainment enough. Now that they are getting older, this is hardly the case. If they sit still for ten minutes, that is a miracle! I dread when winter comes around because we are stuck inside without much to do, but this year we have tried some new ideas.

Clorox® Clean-Up® Cleaner has created a new website with some amazingly fun "recipes" for fun family activities! I am always looking for fun ideas, so Recipes for Fun is perfect for our family. We made our own slime this year, baked cookies, painted and much more, which is great because we can also share our own recipes on cloroxrecipesforfun.com.

What's more? To celebrate the new Recipes for Fun site, Clorox is hosting the Ultimate Mess Party Sweepstakes! Sign up for your chance to win $10,000 towards your own Ultimate Mess Party AND chances to win daily prizes, too! All you need to do is register or submit your own recipe for fun. How easy is that? Share your own recipe and you receive a $1.00 coupon for  Clorox® Clean-Up®  and you'll also get 10 extra entries for the grand prize. In addition, there will be some amazing prizes awarded randomly just for viewing recipes each day. You can win coupons and gift cards to a variety of retailers. What are you waiting for? Go register and look at some recipes for fun. You might just win and your kids will thank you, too.

So, in the spirit of the sweepstakes, I am going to share one of our recipes for fun! Josiah loves science and arts & crafts, so this one is a bit of both. Recently I shared a post about making bath salts with my son. He had such a great time and it was super easy. All you need is some Epsom Salt, Baking Soda, food color (optional) and an essential/fragrance oil. We used 2 cups at a time of Epsom salt, 2 Tablespoons of baking soda, a few drops of food color and a few drops of essential lavender oil. Just mix them together in a mixing bowl and spoon into containers. We bought some cheap, pretty glass containers and did made two different colors of bath salts to make it look pretty. Then I found some spare ribbon and wrapped it around the lid for decoration, too. These made perfect Valentine's Day gifts for Josiah's teachers, but also made great gifts for pretty much any occasion. There really is no wrong way to make bath salts and you can change things up each time you make them to try something different! This is what made it so much fun. Plus, clean up was easy.
Green & Blue Lavender Bath Salts
What's a fun activity you enjoy doing with the kids? You should submit your recipe for fun for your own chance to win!

I wrote this blog post while participating in the SocialMoms and Clorox Clean-Up Recipes for Fun blogging program, for 8,000 My SocialMoms Rewards Points. For more information on this program, click here and see the Terms link.


Theresa said...

visiting you from the alexa hop! good luck with the contest. enjoyed my visit Theresa over on DearCeatives.com

stacie williams said...

going outside and going out to eat


Katie said...

Hi! Just dropping in via the Alexa drop hop. :)

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