What a Fun Way to Give a Gift of Fall!
Plus an apple a day keeps the doctor away! 😋
Here is my version of a Caramel Apple Kit created by Canadian Stampin' Up! Demonstrator Allison Okamitsu of NicePeopleStamp.com.
It was one of the treats I created for a recent Fall Craft Bazaar.
These treat bags are so easy to whip up. All you need is 3" X 6" Cellophane Bags (102210), Popsicle sticks, 10 or so caramel squares per bag, twine and a few tags adorned with some special touches and a greeting or other sentiment Itty Bitty Greeting (151331).
I had to fashion some tag variety of course. This was accomplished with my new Taylored Expressions Blending Brushes, Whisper White Cardstock (100730), a stencil from the Basic Pattern Decorative Masks Set (150697), Linen Twine (104199), and Classic Stampin' Pad colors: Crushed Curry (147087), Pumpkin Pie (147086), Cajun Craze (147085), and Merry Merlot (147112).
Some of the tags also received a flick off the cap of a Basic Black Stampin' Write Marker (100082) creating a spray of splatter.
Next, the apple was an easy addition using the Harvest Hellos Bundle (153037). A punch using both Granny Apple Green (147095) and Soft Suede (147115) Cardstock formed the apple along with an even coat of glue from The Fine-Tip Glue Pen (138309) or Glossy Accents if you have it on hand.
The ornate topper was punched with the Scalloped Tag Topper Punch (133324).
A couple of final touches with a swatch of Crumb Cake Cardstock (120953) curved at one end and a Fall or Halloween sentiment and the project is complete.
My sentiment came from a past Hero Arts Thanksgiving Kit.
One note, from experience, once these kits are made, make sure to hand them out right away. I noticed after a couple of days in the bags, the caramel in the bottom of the bags started to soften and get sticky due to the moisture given off from the apples.
Once I remove the apple, the caramel squares dried up again, ready to be repackage until the delivery day.
For any final measurements and varying supplies click on Allison's YouTube video linked above in the beginning of this post.
If you need any supplies to complete this project shop my online store.