воскресенье, 6 ноября 2016 г.

Time to make Oreo Spiders!

Time to make Oreo Spiders!


Time to make Oreo Spiders!


Halloween is almost here y'all and I am so excited I can hardly stand it! This time of year is always busy for us with Ava's birthday the week before along with family visiting and festivals and events just about every day {or so it seems}. But the girls and I always make fun matching costumes and we love to creative delicious Halloween treats to give to friends and family. This year for Ava;s preschool party we had to come up with a clever way to decorate sealed store bought food. We decided on Ava's two favorite treats: cheesesticks and orange cups made into pumpkins and ghosts, of course. For Stella's music class party we made Oreo spiders, which was a fun craft that the girls loved making {and eating}. Check out the pictures and instructions below and let me know what you are making for your kids Halloween treats this year!


My sweet girls dressed up as butterflies this year.


Mommy matched, of course!


Ingredients:


Mozzarella Cheesesticks


Mandarin Orange Cups


Halloween Oreos


Pretzel Sticks


Candy eyeballs


Candy Corn


Black Decorative icing


Directions:


For the pumpkin orange cups and ghost cheesesticks it doesn't get much easier than this- grab a black Sharpie and get creative drawing funny and spooky faces!


For the Oreo spiders, I broke 4 pretzel sticks in half and pushed 4 halves into each side of an Oreo cookie to makes legs.


Cut off the white part of candy corn and stick two into the bottom of each Oreo for fangs.


Now add a couple dots in the center of the Oreos tops and press on candy eyeballs.


How each and fun are these creations?! Happy Halloween!


Ava loved taking the pumpkin orange cups and the ghost cheesesticks to her preschool class party.


Only store bought and sealed food was allowed so these were easy non candy foods to bring that the kids loved!


For Stella's music class we brought Oreo Spiders along with candy bracelets and goodie bags and napkins for taking home.


My Mom is visiting for Ava's birthday and she helped decorate the ghosts.


Make sure you wipe the moisture off the cheese first. Then use a Sharpie to draw the faces.


My talented artist Ashton drew the funny faces on the orange cups.


I used the face templates/ideas from this page and just printed out the page for reference.


Check it out here.


Time to make Oreo Spiders! I stock up on different sizes of candy eyeballs around Halloween time.


Oreos are a favorite so I knew when I saw the fun Halloween


Oreos I wanted to make a treat with them for the kids class.


This works best with double stuff Oreos. The more cream, the better everything sticks.


For the Oreo spiders, I broke 4 pretzel sticks in half and pushed 4 halves into each side


of an Oreo cookie to makes legs.


Cut off the white part of candy corn and stick two into the bottom of each Oreo for fangs.


Now add a couple dots in the center of the Oreos tops and press on candy eyeballs.


We also picked up these Halloween candy bracelets for the girl's to give to their classmates.


I found them at Target and they were in a box of 26, which just so happened to be the perfect amount for both of their classes!


Happy Halloween friends! Hope you enjoyed these easy spooky treats!


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