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Happy weekend and welcome back to KCL Friday Finds! I can't believe it's back-to-school time already. Our kiddos are heading back to school this Monday, and my husband and I are ready to get on the Fall routine for sure. Soon after that, it'll be cooler weather (hopefully), more cozy nights at home, and all of the fun holidays that come with the approaching seasons.

In preparation for the Fall, I've been booking lots of product reviews and planning out the upcoming seasonal content, and I couldn't be more excited! In the coming weeks you'll see more in Fall Fashion, Fall Beauty, as well as Fall Decor. For this Friday Finds, take a little time to spoil yourself, because there are several must-have natural beauty products and some boho-chic jewelry that will transition perfectly from Summer to Autumn.

Organic beauty brand BaeBlu (pictured above) was born to revolutionize a shift in the industry. I've personally noticed this shift, as people are wanting more…

Easy No-Bake Monster Cookies


These easy monster cookies are perfect for a kid's Halloween party or a monster-themed birthday party. When coming up with Halloween treat ideas, I really keep in mind that people already have a lot of other things to make for a party; it's not a time to make everything from scratch. These no-bake Halloween cookies start with store-bought Halloween Oreo's and are decorated with items most people have on hand this time of year, like marshmallows and candy corn. You could also make these monster cookies with sandwich cookies or whoopie pies. The one thing you may need to get from the grocery store is decorating icing. It's essential to making the marshmallow eyeballs and candy corn teeth stay on the cookies. I found it was very easy to make these using the Wilton white decorator icing in a tube with an attached icing tip. I was able to get each of those things at my local Walmart.

Supplies Needed


Instructions
  1. Start by turning the marshmallows into eyeballs using a dab of the black icing. Use a toothpick to help spread the icing into a circle.
  2. Place a dab of the decorating icing on the top of each cookie and affix a marshmallow. 
  3. Dab the white decorator icing on each piece of candy corn and affix two to each cookie.
  4. Let dry.



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