Hello, everyone! Are you up to some summer fun? If yes, you will definitely like our amazing ideas that we prepared for you today. Check out how to spend summer parties without a lot of mess.

If you want to set a table outdoors, we have a few cool tips for you. For example, you can use a sheet as a tablecloth. It’s very comfortable because it doesn’t slip and stays in its place.

If you want to serve drinks, you can use a muffin tray. Such a tray can be used also for serving ice cream or any other snacks. This trick will help you to get rid of the mess.

If you want something refreshing, but it’s too hot to cook, you can use a ziplock bag, ice, juice, and a pinch of salt. Mix the ingredients together and enjoy your 5-minute sorbet!

One of the most refreshing things ever is watermelon! You can learn how to serve watermelon in different ways, how to make watermelon skewers, and even a watermelon explosion.

We hope that these life hacks and ideas will come in handy for your next party. Have fun and stay with us!


00:16 – Unexpected tablecloth hack
01:50 – Serivng ice cream without any mess
03:14 – Serving watermelon
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