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Clair’s adorable jumpsuit here!
I’m not including much narration; the pictures are pretty self-explanatory. I was in charge of two snacks and a cooler of water bottles. Yes! That’s my kind of cooking.
My daughter and our friend were such hard workers. I actually did more than take pictures. That’s my hand below so there’s the proof that I also worked!
I was very thankful that my daughter Kara was home. She doesn’t often come and spend the night. She lives over an hour away so a visit is always welcome (even though she came for Daisey, not me) haha.
As fate would have it, we had an uneven number of blue/pink. There were four more Rice Krispie pinks than blue. I guess it was just meant to be.
Basic Oreo Instructions:
- 2 boxes of Vanilla Oreos
- 1 12oz package pink melting chocolate (Hobby Lobby)
- 1 package blue melting chocolate (HL)
- Confetti Sprinkles (HL)
We went by the instructions on the melting chocolate bags. The two bags were enough for the Oreos and the Rice Krispies.
- Two Boxes of Rice Krispie Treats (around 32)
- Same packages of melting chocolate used on Oreos
- Cake Pop Sticks (Hobby Lobby)
- White Shimmering Gel (HL)
No judgement please on the prepared Rice Krispie Treats. I do make these occasionally but didn’t take the time to do so Saturday. Between breakfast at Waffle House (yum), lawn work, and Auburn’s late afternoon Final Four game (we lost); I chose to go the easy route. It still took three people working for a couple of hours to finish them up.
Snacks were cute and tasty but the beautiful sunshine and 78 degrees did make the Krispies a little sticky.
As Clair was jumping up and down, I was thinking she was waaayyy too close to the edge of the boardwalk! Thank goodness only the box fell in. That story was in my last post, but if you missed it; the wind blew the taped up box into the lake before any of us went down there. Clair’s sweet uncle actually went into the water and rescued it. No balloons were harmed in the rescue. Whew!
Can’t wait for October and our Halloween Daisey!
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