So this is pretty self explainatory but here are the instructions just in case.
1. Melt your almond bark
2. Roll your cookie in almond bark
3. Place two chocolate chips for the eyes
4. Place on wax paper to dry
We packaged the cookies in little individual packages after they set and added gift tags to add a special touch.
Now that we have the perfect treats it's time to start getting ready for the party. Drew went fishing with G-Pa and we didn't have a costume for Braden but Emma and Emerson both wore their Halloween costumes. Emma was so excited to finally get to wear makeup and fix her hair. It's been weeks since we've done a pageant and she's chomping at the bit to do one. Here are a few pictures we snapped as we were getting ready.
It's a most that she lay in my lap as I do her eye liner.
Wish her hair was this thick naturally!
Ready and Waiting
|Off to get the goodies.|
Home Sweet Home
The day was a success. Everyone had a great time. Little Treasure's put on one great Fall Festival for all the kidos. If T is going to have a party it's going to be done right. Emerson's favorite was the pumkin bozo game. When we got home he decided that he would throw all my little pumkins like balls. Oh the joys have a boy. The kids were worn out from all the funa and they crashed. While they slept I edited pics and made Jeff and I a little snack. Here's the recipe. Thanks for checking in with us!
|Ingredients: Twisted Pretzals, Rolos, Pecan Halves|
Place pretzals on a baking sheet
Place rolo's on pretzals and bake at 350 for 5 mins
Press Pecan half onto melted rolo