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Happy weekend and welcome to another Friday Finds here at KCL! I don't know about you guys, but we have actually been able to use our heater this week. I'm so excited that sweater weather is finally here! It's time to cozy up with some hot cocoa and watch my favorite scary movies. My husband and I love Halloween, and we love to relax at home with a good movie or show. Several new scary shows are streaming as of today, so we will definitely be staying in and watching Netflix. Whether you're staying in or going out, enjoy your weekend, and enjoy these incredible seasonal picks. Happy shopping!


At AfterHours Decals & More they carry gifts and home goods like candles and personalized wedding gifts, but with Halloween coming up, I really wanted to share their seasonal Autumn-themed decor with you. Among my favorites are their Halloween door decals (pictured above) and their set of witch pun Halloween stemless wine glasses.


I prefer the ready-made set, but if you're…

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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