This kid-friendly Halloween treat flew into many users' hearts this holiday. To make an owl, dip large soft pretzels in melted white candy coating. Layer sandwich cookies, white candies, and chocolate chips for wide-open eyes. Use leftover candy coating to attach black licorice for eyebrows. Dust with black sugar, add a black jelly bean nose, and use black licorice candies to make feet.
How to Make It:
This Halloween, you loved the simplicity of a star-student costume idea.
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A. Blue fescue (Festuca glauca): one
B. Chrysanthemum 'Cecilia': two
C. Strawflower (Bracteantha 'Sundaze Golden Yellow'): one
D. Purple fountaingrass (Pennisetum 'Burgundy Giant'): one
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