My first real memory of caramel apples brings me back to an excursion with my parents and little sister to Apple Valley in California. The tree branches were heavily laden with crisp, luscious apples. Various vendors dotted the roadside selling their baked good ranging from apple pies, breads, dried apples, caramel apples, and my favorite candy apples! As our day ended and we drove back home, my sister and I sat in the back seat happily eating our apple treats.
Caramel apples are perfect for your fall decor. Don't these look delicious with the puddle of caramel at the bottom of each perfectly dipped apple? What's even better is that they are faux caramel apples! Let's get started on this fun project.
Artificial Apples- I purchased mine at Michaels Craft Store
Mod Podge- Be sure to buy the glossy version
1-2 Containers of Acrylic Paint- I used Folk Art Coffee Latte and only needed one container
Sand Paper- I buy an extra pedicure file and use it only used for craft projects.
Philips Screw Driver
Hot Glue Gun- Not Pictured
Hammer- Not Pictured
Raffia- Not Pictured
Pour the Mod Podge into a container. Make sure your apple can fit in the container.
Blessings from Still Woods Farmhouse
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