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Here are some Convention gifts I made for friends! I love theme gifts, and these bags are filled with caramel apple treats!
The little gift bag tags are actually caramel apple suckers (you can find them anywhere at Halloween time, but Cracker Barrel always sells them.) I think they are made by Charms. I adhered a caramel apple made from card stock ontop of the sucker, then slipped it in a clear envelope to make the apple wrapper.
In back of the sucker treat, I made some homemade caramels (they don’t stick to your teeth either!)
The pattern for the apple is hand drawn. Once you make the pattern you can enlarge or shrink it down! Here it is!
I also included in the gift bag was caramel corn. I think this is the recipe that I make the most in our house! You can find the recipe HERE.
This candy is Werthers Caramel Apple. Again, I found these at Cracker Barrel.
This little Berry Basket (made from Stampin’ Up die) has lots of goodies in it! I found the cute little APPLE Kerr jar candles at Hobby Lobby. I filled the basket with more homemade caramels. The tag has a tiny little caramel apple (shrunk down from the pattern above). I used the stamp set “You’re So Sweet” on the tag.
Last but not least, good ol’ Cracker Barrel had Caramel Apple Sugar Babies!
I saw this apple card idea on Connie Collin’s blog and KNEW this was exactly what I wanted to CASE for my Girl’s Day/Night Out class this month. This card was a HIT! (This card is a CASE of a CASE, the original card came from Lynn Pratt and you can find her blog and free template HERE!
Here is the back side of the apple card.
The plastic wrap is just a Stampin’ Up envelope with the top cut off and then tied around the apple at the top! I taped the square edges in so the plastic followed the lines of the apple.
Here is the treat that I served. I found the recipe for this mock “Nothing Bundt Cake” HERE. I also used my witch legs again!
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