Friday, September 12, 2014

mini caramel apple magnets

not only is it pumpkin season, it's caramel apple season!

so how are you with caramel apples?

do you eat them off the stick or cut them up?
or are you weird like me and stare at them in all their glorification especially when they are in a case at the candy store in rows and rows of different toppings?

i know. i can't get enough of them either.
candy apples are in this group too y'know.

so as a blogger, i feel the need to contribute to the caramel apple posts of the (blog)world.

so how in the world can i come up with another caramel apple post without overdoing what's already out there?

i make a nonedible one. 
ignore those wilton sticks in the pic that i x'd out and use the woodsie sticks instead.
also any kind of mod podge and polymer clay will work for this. i just used what i already had.
and i got all the supplies at michael's.


see it's like making cake pops!
(please do not eat them-duh)





teeny tiny caramel apple magnets. 
in 4 flavors no less.

and the best thing about them is i can save my teeth from breaking loose from the caramel.




30 comments:

  1. Lol....you are the most brilliant person in the world....or the craziest....either way I'm proud to call you my BBFF! These are so cute.....mini anything is cute, don't you think? Love 'em! Dona

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    1. i can admit to the craziest part but not the brilliant part! sometimes i think my brain is mini size which is why i'm so crazy! LOL thank you BBFF for always making me smile :>D!

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  2. Hi Lisa - These look good enough to eat! I know you can't because they are a craft. But they look just like little mini caramel apples. Hummm... should I start making dinner or opt for a snack instead? Hugs, Holly

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    1. well i guess you could make these and pretend to have them for breakfast, lunch, dinner and a midnite snack since they'll last awhile! lol thanks SO much Holly! :)

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  3. These are so adorable -- love it!

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  4. How do you even come up with these cute crafts!?! They are adorable, Lisa, and I love how tiny they are. :)

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    1. i dunno-perhaps it comes from the same place you get your cute cookie ideas?!? i think we were munchkins in our past life which is why we like tiny things-LOL thanks SOO much Sue! :>D

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  5. Oh my goodness, these are just too cute!

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    1. i'm so happy you like them Maria! thank you! :)

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  6. ...... and I am totally in love with this blog! : ) The magnets are too cute!

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    1. ....and i am totally in love with your comment! YIPPEE! so happy you enjoy my crazy stuff Leslie! :>D

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  7. What a fun idea to do with kids. Pinning,

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    1. yippee thank you SOOO much for the pin Mary Ellen! i reeeeeaaaaallly need to update my pinterest board already but i'm afraid once i get on i will never get off! :>O

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  8. Visiting from Skip to my Lou link up.

    Such a cute fun Idea - I love all the little details!

    :) Liberti
    www.loaly.com

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    1. awww thank you Liberti. ahhh those details are what make it :)

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  9. I love how cute your projects turn out! You're so creative!

    Thanks for joining the Link Up this week!

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  10. How cute, Lisa! I love this idea! Thank you. :D

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    1. hooray! so happy you like it Vashti. and that you ended your comment with a :D like me without the nose :>D heehee

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  11. These are super cute! What a fun and friendly little gift idea!
    Thanks

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    1. thank you thank you Sami! i never thought of it as a little gift cuz i'm greedy and kept them myself-lol but yes that's an awesome idea! :>D

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    1. thank you Vanessa! they are teeny tiny-wonder why we all like mini so much? lol :)

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  13. Love these! Best part=zero calories! Thank you for linking up this week. Kate from BusyBeeKate.com

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    1. best part=nice comments like yours! thank you kt and for your party too :)

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  14. Aww! So cute! They sure do bring the season home, don't they?
    I only like caramel when it involves apples. Hubby likes it in ice cream - ewww! That's too sweet for me! But these little magnets are too sweet and I love them - so go figure!

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    1. HAHA i will have to agree with you.. .and your hubby too! but the calories add up so i think these are safe to have around the house, unlike most of my sweets i make! LOL :>)

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thanks for sharing your thoughts today! i'd give you a donut if i could 😉!