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Fall DIY’s

Ireland McGuirk, Reporter

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Chocolate and Caramel Apple slices
Ingredients and materials- sharp knife
Large popsicle sticks
apples
Caramel
Chocolate
Any other toppings

Directions- cut apple vertically into ½ inch slices, so that it is a full circle. Melt your caramel and your chocolate in separate bowls using 30-second increments and stirring in between. Put your popsicle stick into the bottom of your apple slice. Dip your apple slice into your caramel sauce and let dry on a baking sheet for 15 minutes. When the caramel is all the way hardened, dip your apples into the chocolate and put back on the baking sheet. You can now sprinkle your apples with whatever toppings you would like.

Review- This recipe is super easy and super yummy. As long as you have a good knife it’s very easy to make. It tastes just like a caramel apple but makes a smaller mess.

Leaf Bowl
Materials- clear drying glue (modge podge is best)
A bowl the size you want your leaf bowl
leaves your backyard or fake leaves
Something to grease your bowl
A paintbrush (foam will work best)

Directions- Grease bowl very well. Make sure your leave isn’t too crunchy or too soggy and cut off any long stems. Paint a thick layer of the glue onto the bowl. Put one layer of leaves on and don’t worry if it doesn’t cover the whole thing. Add another thick layer of glue and let dry. Once it has dried, repeat the process. Let it dry then repeat 3 more times. Once you are done you should be able to carefully slide it off the bowl and have a bowl of your won to use for decorations. To make this even prettier you could fill it with the candy corn pinecones from the “Halloween DIY” article.

Review- This can get complicated at times. If you don’t know when to add another layer, or if it’s dry yet, just play it safe and let it dry for an extra hour. Otherwise, it’s a safe and easy craft to make if you’re looking to add a little fall vibe to your house.

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