Sunday, October 28, 2012


Rainy weekend activities
What do you get when you mix Vienna Fingers, candy coating and mini-M&Ms?
Little ghosties!
Our school is nut-free because of severe peanut allergies, so I couldn't use Nutter Butters.  But these are pretty cute, too.  They're for my kiddos tomorrow for a journaling activity.  I'm gonna ask them to write the recipe.  Should be interesting.

I also finished the Nativity costume.  The pattern (McCall's 2339) was super-easy: long, straight seams, no set-in sleeves.
My front door was the only spot large enough and dry enough for a picture.  It's rained for 2 days with snow flurries possible during Trick or Treating Tuesday evening.
I'm linking up with the last brown Saturday at Rainbow Challenge.  Wonder what November's color will be?


Sheila said...

I made a robe this week, too. haha

scraphappy said...

What cute little ghosties. It is always fun to have a nice kid friendly food idea in the wings.

sunny said...

Cute cookies~ I made little acorn cookies last year with mini Nutter Butters, but they were very labor intensive. These look a little less time consuming, but still yummy!

Cassandra said...

Your little ghosties are cute!

I want snow! Feel free to send it my direction. ;) I've heard snow in Seattle is possible. I sure hope so! I haven't seen a snowfall in years.

Sarah said...

I like your ghostie biscuits - very cute!

Barbara said...

Great little costume. That kind of sewing for the kiddies is so much fun. I miss making Halloween costumes for my guys...who are grown men now.

Vickie said...

Cute cookies and costume. Thanks for sharing.