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Tutorial: Caramel Apple Treat Container

Tutorial: Caramel Apple Treat Container

Hi everyone! It’s Karen, and today I am excited to share with you a tutorial on creating some cute Caramel Apple Treat containers using mason jars.

Up here in Canada, the end of the school year is about a month away and this is the first year that I get to put together a little something for a teacher. I saw a post some time ago on using mason jars to make apples, so I thought I would play around a bit with that idea and see how I could make it my own.

These little jars feature some of my favorite ribbons – ½” Grosgrain Stripes (TG16), Leaves Ribbon (BY16) and Burlap String (SM-16). I love the texture and color that each adds to the project.

 

Here’s how you can make them as well:

 

Tutorial: Caramel Apple Treat Container

Whether you are making these for a special teacher, for a fall hostess gift, or even for a special gardener in your life, these caramel apple treat containers are sure to bring a smile to the face of your recipient.

By Karen Hanson

 

 

Other Supplies Used:

  • Wide mouth mason jar
  • Red and green acrylic paint
  • Hot glue or adhesive of your choice
  • Caramels
  • Small wooden dowel or rolled up cardboard

 

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