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It's the first Friday of Fall (unless you count last Friday like we did) and the leaves are starting to fall. So, we wanted to capture the "falling" of fall with a unique craft that anyone of any age can do!

On Friday, September 28th during our weekly Nailed It Or Failed It segment on WQAD News 8 at 11am, we made these Fall Leaf Globes. They're like Snow Globes, but for Fall! They are super easy to make. All you need is a mason jar, a twig, some confetti, and the guys' favorite - a glue gun. Click the video above to see how to put it all together and click the video below to see if we NAILED IT or FAILED IT!

We had a SPECIAL GUEST join us to make our Cocktail of the Week - Our Director Extraordinaire, Bill Dobbelare! See how that rhymes?! He stirred up a favorite for his family - Bourbon Street Punch - in celebration of something really fun they're doing this weekend and the special guests he has in town:


1 shot banana rum
1 shot pineapple rum
1 cup of orange juice
Float of Grenadine syrup
Cherry on top

Directions: Stir and serve!

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