The drawing went on for awhile and they were working so well together that it was hard to pull them apart from the task, but it was time to move to the next one. We pulled the paper off the table onto the floor and started ripping little circles, at least they tried to rip circles, but sometimes it ended up more like strips.
Then, we stuck all the little pieces (and scrunched them into little flowers) on each little bulb on a string of lights to make our very own autumnal lights. The result was magical. Little white lights are always so pretty.
We celebrated our accomplishments by eating some fresh out of the oven, homemade cinnamon buns.
I used the left over dough from the doughnuts and did a little tweaking to make them cinnamon buns. This recipe helped a bit, but I kinda just winged it and I used the cream cheese frosting left over from when I made banana cupcakes. I think I kinda like the cinnamon buns more than the doughnuts, but both are quite yummy. Best of all, I know what goes into these little treats and it isn't that bad.
We are getting pretty decked out with all our fall-ebrating and the best part is all the memory making that goes on (and well, all the fall-ebrating eating).
The weekend forecast for us is quite busy, but then again, when is it not?!! There will surely be some sort of fall-ebrating continuing and probably next week too. We are just so thankful to God for the change in the new season and the good riddance to the heat. I love fall!
Have a fantastic weekend! Are you doing any thing to celebrate the new season?