Unpackage the sugar cones and pizzelle cookies. Remove any broken cookies.
Fill bottom of each cone with tiny candies, then top off with more candy, stickers and tiny toys. Fill well, but not higher then edge of cones. Use one or two small deep bowls or even mugs to hold the filled cones.
Take about ½ a cup of black candy melts and micro wave in 20 second intervals, stirring with a teaspoon after each, until they are melting well, but still some is solid. Remove and continue to stir until rest of candy is dissolved. (take care not to over cook, it will ruin the candy).
Use the back of the teaspoon you have been stirring the candy melts with to apply melted candy around the edge of a filled sugar cone. Then center one of the pizzelle cookies over the candy coated edge and gently press down to adhere. Support the bottom of the cookie with your hand as you carefully flip over and set the witch hat down to cool**. Repeat until all the hats forms are constructed. Allow to cool at least 15 minutes.
Once cool, melt more of the black candy melts in approximately ½ cup batches to coat the with hats. A silicone basting brush applies the candy well. Don't coat bottoms. **if adding sprinkles do so immediately after coating each hat while candy is still soft**
Leave out to cool and harden. (plan on at least an hour unless your room is cold)
*get package with minimum of 18, some may be broken though not visible **if you accidentally break the seal, just stuff the treats back in and apply more candy melt
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