The Partiologist: Skele-TONS of Fun!

Skele-TONS of Fun!

Today we're going to have some fun.  Skele-TONS of fun.
But first I want to thank each and every one of you for leaving me the sweetest comments on my giveaway.  I'm so happy to know I might have inspired you in one way or another!  The winner of the Teenie Halloweenie Giveaway is:
Congrats!!  I will be contacting you for your shipping information!

Have I mentioned that I kind of like skeletons.  Skulls to be exact, with Glitta on them.  Let me show you what I'm talking about. 

See all the Glitta?
Even on the cookies!
My girls think I'm weird to like Skulls...
Okay, I admit, I am kinda weird but in a good way.
And these skulls are in a good way - Chocolate covered mini OREO skulls~
You know I have a thing for chocolate covered Mini OREO'S!
I used a Skull & Bones Ice Cube Mold.
Mini OREO'S and White Chocolate Chips - colored with Wilton Colors.
Fill skulls half full, add mini OREO finish with remaining chocolate.
Place in refrigerator to harden.
Unmold skulls and bones.
Cut paper to fit inside small bags.
In case you don't have any candy food colors, I think these are pretty cute too!
After popping them out of the mold, I piped a little black candy melts in the eye socket, added some colored candy melts and a black dragee for the eye.  Also piped in black candy melts for the nose and teeth. 
(You could easily use royal icing to add the accents)
And another cutie of a skeleton as a Cookie...
 These aren't skeletons.  You can't eat them.  You can make them. 
 Creepy Crayons
Making shaped crayons is nothing new, it's just the first time I've made shaped crayons.  I just had too.  I mean I had the pan and all.  In case you haven't made shaped crayons, here's how~
The hardest part was getting the paper off the crayon.  Finally after peeling little by little, I decided to take a knife and cut it down the middle and the the paper peeled right off.  I broke the crayons up into little pieces, melted in a warm oven (150 degrees for 10 minutes)  and after they came to room temp I popped them out of the pan.  Then I packaged them up cute...thanks to my brilliant friend Lisa - The Bearfoot Baker who taught me how to make bag toppers.  And she can teach you too, just click HERE for complete instructions.
I had Skele-TONS of Fun, did you?


  1. You have given me quite a fright today! LOL Love the creepy crayons. You always have the cutest ideas!

  2. I love what you did with the white skulls. I thought you had used a candy eye, but the three layers of candy melts is a great idea. They look cool and creepy.

  3. You fill each post chock full of wonderful ideas!!

  4. Eeek! That glittery skeleton sure frightened me!!! Lol Congrats on all your fabulous ideas, Kim! Have fun!!

  5. LOVE THE GLITTER! I want to come visit and just observe the artist at work! Cheeron!!!

  6. These are awesome. I made some today too, not knowing of your post. Great minds!

  7. These are the cutest ever!!and the glitter is such a great idea.

  8. Okay i love love love the scary finger crayons, great idea for a class party goodie bag. Might have to steal that one, thanks Partiologist. from,twobeautifulgirls

  9. Shared your Creepy Crayons on Facebook! I would love it if you came over to Cast Party Wednesday and shared your fun Halloween ideas! Thanks! ~Sheryl @ Lady Behind The Curtain~

    1. Thanks so much for sharing! I'd love to link up to your cast party!!

  10. Your Oreo skulls are perfect! I think you should be made the Oreo spokesperson:) Yesterday I found some gingerbread oreos at Walmart and I can't wait to make something with them.
    The crayons are such a great idea!


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