On Saturday we went to a Fall Harvest Festival, and did fally things. My cheeky monkey got a monkey on her cheeky:
I liked this little girl's T-shirt:
White is the new orange . . .
And although I haven't made these yet this year, this is probably as good a time as any to share with you . . .
You don't so much "make" these as "assemble" them, and when you do, adults and children alike will think you are oh-so-clever:
Take Keebler Fudge Stripe Cookies, Hershey's Kisses and orange frosting from a tube or aerosol can. You can get orange frosting right now, if you hurry, before other Halloween-minded cookie makers grab it all.
Simply smear frosting on the bottom of the Kiss to "glue" it on the cookie (an excellent job for little helpers), then press it on the chocolate side of the cookie. Next, using one of the fancy plastic tips you get with the frosting, wrap an orange frosting ribbon around the kiss, and "draw" a bow. After a few practices, you'll be "tying" frosting bows like a pro. Enjoy :)