this picture is just a practice round***so the reason all of my 3/16" leads were tied in knots instead of whipped like my regular leads is because the 3/16" that i buy is European and for some reason it's braided in the opposite direction. i FINALLY figured out how to whip it so now all of my slip leads and thin leashes will come whipped but i have to add on cost because they now take just as long, if not longer to make than my thick leads. but for anyone who likes the cotton rope look and still wants a thin lead these are a much cheaper alternative, I'm keeping them under $10.
This #CookiePizza is as versatile as you make it, to suit any holiday or occasion throughout the year. The crust of refrigerated cookie dough is topped with Nutella (chocolate pieces), peanut butter, and assorted candies for a simple holiday dessert the kiddos can help with. #HolidayCookie Pizza
Press cookie dough slices into a greased 13-inch pizza pan. Bake in a 350 degrees F oven 15 to 20 minutes or until golden. Immediately spread with Nutella (sprinkle chocolate pieces); drop melted peanut butter by spoonfuls on top of Nutella (chocolate pieces). Let stand 5 minutes. Gently spread Nutella (chocolate) and peanut butter over crust. Sprinkle with green, white and red candy (M&Ms coated milk chocolate pieces) Reese’s pieces, etc.. and sprinkles. Makes 12 servings. #Halloween Cookie Pizza
Prepare as directed Sprinkle with Halloween orange, yellow, red candy (M&Ms coated milk chocolate pieces) Reese’s pieces, etc.. and sprinkles. Sprinkle 1 cup candy corn or candy and 1/2 cup raisins over chocolate mixture. #ValentineCookie Pizza
Prepare as directed except omit red and green chocolate pieces. Sprinkle 1-1/2 cups red and white, pink, red M&Ms candy-coated milk chocolate pieces over chocolate mixture. #EasterCookiePizza
Prepare as directed except omit chocolate pieces. Sprinkle 1 1/2 cups jelly beans, small gumdrops, or chopped pastel cream mint kisses.