Dirty Q-Tips – Oh My!

I love Halloween! Have I mentioned that?  Yep, love it!  And how could I not when this is what decorates my kitchen?  Cool, right?!  Dirty Q-Tips!  Ha!  I saw these over on Pinterest too.  Along with the Bloody Band-Aid Cookies that we made.  It originally came from Katherine Marie Photography.
Super simple but the reaction from the kids is priceless!!!
What you will need:
* toothpicks
* butterscotch chips, melted
* mini marshmallows
Totally simple!
What do you think???  

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  1. Gross!!! LOL… love it!! I am warped! – Karen

  2. That is absolutely gross…but sooooo cool!!!

  3. This is too funny, the reaction would be priceless!

  4. kids would totally go bonkers over these! I bet you all had fun making them 🙂

  5. oh my gosh very clever and gross (and probably tasty)! xo malia

  6. I had pinned these too! Did your children eat them?

  7. Oh these are so dang funny!! Love it! You are so clever!!

  8. ha, these are hilarious!!! I shared on FB!!! Loving your fun Halloween snack ideas!

  9. really cool! I LOVE your blog..glad I found you..subscribed by email and followed Gfc too lol

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  10. oops! I goofed the html lol


  11. I absolutely love all of your Halloween ideas! Plesae keep sharing…you are SO creative!

  12. Oh my goodness!! I am so not a Halloween person but I love these going to keep this in mind for April fools day!!!!! Fun fun fun

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  14. Disgusting Q-Tips….I LOVE IT! I may have to just leave a couple of these on the kitchen table to see if they get a reaction!

  15. I made these last year only I used pretzel sticks covered in white chocolate and used melted caramel for the ear wax. Everything is edible.