Saw this idea here, instead of regular size M&M's I used King-Size M&M's and hot glued a Hershey's candy nugget in the middle to hide the pipe cleaner - worked great! We passed these out to the dad's in our ward, I'd say over 90% of the men wore them during our meetings on Sunday! We used plain and peanut but everyone wanted peanut! It was a hit and I hear might be a tradition for Father's Day now ;)
Here's a photo of Mark wearing it (proudly):
Next year we'll have to get a group photo - they turned out darling and was awesome to see most of the men wearing them! Our RS president presented them right after Sacrament meeting and said 'our dad's really 'tie' sweetness into our families'.
Brady's graduation cupcakes - I delivered 2 dozen on his last day of school:
1 miniature Reece's peanut butter cup glued with melted chocolate to 1 Ghirardelli chocolate square (I used milk chocolate with caramel) - use a cut skewer (about a third of one - sharp end inserted into the Reece's and cut end inserted into the cupcake), not a toothpick ;)
I've seen them with tassels, but thought it was too much work for a last-minute idea - hehe
Keaton went to state in Bellevue for Technology Student Association and earned 2nd place in Video Game Design and 2nd in On Demand Video (using free software even - other competing schools buy nicer, better software for the kids to use) - he'll off to Nationals June 20th in Texas!
Keaton has a skill for drawing with Blender software - Good Luck in Dallas! =)