How to throw a Gal-entines day party +GIVEAWAY 💕

Hey guys, it’s Morgan! For this week’s post, I decided that we should do something Valentine’s Day themed! So, we are doing how to throw a Gal-entine’s day party (for all you girls out there 😉 ) + a small giveaway! Let’s get started 😁

-Party Setup-

1. Movie/ hangout area

Looking for a place to just relax? Then this is the perfect setup thing for you! Find a spot in your house (or apartment) and set up some cozy blankets, pillows, stuffed animals, etc. To jazz it up a bit, make this diy projector 👈🏼 click that for the link

2. Photo booth 🙈

Snap! Try this awesome photo booth with your friends ❤️ Set up a backdrop on the wall (it can be a favorite blanket, a glittery sheet, etc. You name it!) and tape or tack it onto a wall. Print out some photo props online, get some in stores, or make your own! Then just take some pics 💁🏽‍♀️

Food and drinks 💝 (click the title for how to make them)

Raspberry Sherbet Party Punch

Valentine’s s’mores snack mix

Homemade Reese’s PB hearts

Valentine’s popcorn 🍿

V-day pretzels 🥨

Cupid’s Crunch Popcorn Mix

Valentine’s Day Cake 🎂

Valentine’s Day berry punch 🤜🏼

Games ✌🏼

Every party needs some fun games to get things going. Here’s some fun ones I found!

Minute To Win It Valentine’s Day edition

Valentine’s Bingo

Valentine’s games (miscellaneous)


Things include-

  • Valentine’s Day rolling pin
  • Gal-entine’s day party word scramble
  • Birthday Cake bath bombs

Ps. You must be a US citizen to enter 🇺🇸

To enter-

Follow my blog or Instagram account

Comment “💕” on my recent Instagram post or on this blog post

Good luck everyone! Winner will be announced on Sunday 👍🏻

Thanks for reading and if you have any ideas for any other blog posts I should do, comment them! Thanks againguys 💕 Signed, Morgan 😜

Posted in Morgan's Week of Valentines's Day Fun!, Smart Science

Morgan’s Week of Valentine’s Day Fun Smart Science: Creating Some Great Chemistry for Valentine’s Day

Hi guys! Today on Smart Science we are making CO2 ( a.k.a. carbon dioxide ). So here are the things you need :

  • Baking Soda
  • Vinegar
  • A bowl


But first, here are some answers to some questions you might have about carbon dioxide:

What is carbon dioxide?

Carbon dioxide is a gas with no color and with a small odor. It makes up .03 percent of our air. To read more about CO2 visit this link.

Is carbon dioxide found in any common items?

Yes! It’s actually what makes your soda or seltzer bubbly. Carbon dioxide is forced into the soda or seltzer using pressure and it dissolves. But later it turns back into a gas and becomes the bubbles that make your drink fizz.

Now let’s get back to talking about how to make CO2:

Step 1: First, Fill the bowl a quarter of the way up with baking soda. Next add a bit of vinegar until…it bubbles up! Those bubbles are your CO2!

Why does this happen? Well…I can tell you! In short, it is a chemical reaction because baking soda is a base and vinegar is an acid, so when you combine them they react. (If you want to learn more about acids and bases visit this link.)

Thank you for reading my post on carbon dioxide! If you have any science experiments you would like me to try, email me and I will start experimenting right away!

Stay tuned for day 3 of my Valentine’s Day week!

Signed, Morgan


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Morgan’s Week of Valentine’s Day Fun Book Review: Macarons at Midnight

Hi Guys! Today I will be reviewing a book by: Suzanne Nelson, “Macarons at Midnight.” I would give this book a five out of 5 stars because this book is pretty amazing! It is a perfect book for Valentine’s Day, plus it’s a fun and crazy book that will make you want to keep reading.

But that’s not all, this book is part of the “Wish” series. Suzanne Nelson doesn’t write all the books in this series. There are different authors for different books, which I think is pretty cool.

Now back to “Macarons at Midnight.” The book is about a girl named Lise Santos, who one night, stumbles into a bakery during a midnight taste test. She sits down and she meets the guy of her dreams. Once she has to go, she never got to ask him his name. She tries to find out who he is, but once she finds out, she doesn’t get along with him as well as the night at the bakery. She started getting really confused. Wasn’t this supposed to be her happily ever after? This book is a lot like Cinderella, but without the shoe. If you want to find out what happens you should really try reading this book.


I hope you liked my Valentine’s Day book review and If you would like me to review a book, then send me an email and will get reading right away! Stay tuned for tomorrow because it is day 2 of my Valentine’s Day week!

Signed, Morgan


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Morgan’s Week of Valentine’s Day Fun!!

Hi guys! I just want to notify you about my week of Valentine’s Day Fun!!! It will be going on the week before Valentine’s Day and I will be showing you Valentine’s day stuff like, how to make Valentine’s day crafts, reviewing Valentine’s Day books , How to throw a Gal-entine’s Day party and more! I hope you check out my blog that week and we will have fun together!!