Need a fall party favor or teacher gift for back to school? Today’s guest has you covered with these precious apple treat cups. Not only are they adorable, but they are eco-friendly, made from plastic bottles. Malia from Yesterday on Tuesday makes me happy. How did she know I love apples? If you are new to this talented creator of vintage lovelies, you are in for a treat. I could spend hours browsing her projects, and her recipes usually make me drool on my keyboard. Thanks for sharing with us, Malia!
Hi There, Saved By Love Friends! My name is Malia and I blog over at Yesterday on Tuesday, where I like to share craft projects, recipes, vintage finds and more.
Johnnie is one of my favorite bloggy pals so I was psyched when I got the opportunity to blognap SBL for a day while she’s on vacation.
With school coming up, and apples in season, I had a hankering to make something apple-themed… so the idea of these apple treat cups was born. These would be cute for a back-to-school party or autumn gathering.
Supplies: 12 oz plastic drink bottles, red spray paint, a sharp knife or kitchen scissors, leaf punch, green cardstock, green pipe cleaner or twist ties, red candy, clear treat bags, glue or glue dots.
Punch 2 leaves per “apple” and set aside.
Find the seam on the bottle, stick the knife or scissors in and cut all the way around.
The plactic won’t be sharp but you can go around again with scissors to even it out.
Spray paint the “cups”
Don’t forget the bottoms!
It might take a few coats.
After they are all dry… it’s time for the fun part. Fill the treat bag up with red candy, use a snippet of pipe cleaner or twist tie to close it and secure the leaves on there with a drop of glue or a glue dot.
Any kind of small red candy will do!
Ta-Da! A cute Upcyled Apple Treat Cups. “Pick” one or two or three!
Thanks for letting me hang out with you today and thank you Johnnie, for having me.