I did one with an unwrapped Reeses and one wrapped. I think the unwrapped one looks better.
Assemble base using the black frosting to “glue” two cookies together. Lay them against the back of the counter against the wall for 5 to 10 minutes so the frosting dries.
In the meantime, cut the white tips off of the candy corn and save as many of them as you plan to make for turkeys. If you’re making 10, save 10 white tips. You need 5 candy corns for each turkey.
Cut a small part off of the Reeses or Rolos so there is a flat base.
After base is secure, stand it up and squeeze a little black frosting on the flat part of Rolo or Reeses. Set it on the base, flat part down, small end facing out.
Squeeze black frosting in the top of the back of the base. Set candy corns in frosting and hold in place for a few minutes so frosting sets a bit. Lay them down and let the frosting dry. This way the “feathers” don’t fall out.
Keep turkey laying down and squeeze black frosting at the top of the Reeses/Rolo “body” and stick a whopper to it, for the head. Make sure there is enough for the head to stick. Hold it in place for a few minutes if it wants to move around. The frosting dries pretty quickly so it shouldn’t take more than a few minutes.
Squeeze some orange frosting on the back of one of the white tips from the candy corn. Stick this to the whopper as the beak.
Squeeze two white frosting dots for eyes, and then put a small black frosting dot in the middle of each white eye.
After they dry for a bit, stand them back up and draw the feet with orange frosting.
A tip for the feet……spread them out a little farther than I have them here. Draw the legs and let them dry a bit. When drawing the toes, let each one dry a bit before drawing the next. Otherwise the frosting runs together and ends up looking like a blob.