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Another fall bake sale of sugar cookies and Frankenstein pretzel fingers for St. John's fall festival. With my sweet niece's help we made sugar cookies with her custom fall colors and pretzel rods dipped in Wilton candy melts and milk chocolate in the form a Frankenstein finger.   Then we bagged and labeled with Avery custom labels and delivered them.  It was a wonderful day for our festival, great activities , vendors, music and people.   

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Sugar cookies iced in royal icing.   I'm in need of a new round cookie cutter, they came out more egg sharped then round.   Oh, but they still tasted just as good.   Yes, I had to sample those broken cookies.   In honor of Mother's day tomorrow my niece and I made pink rosettes.   

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