A Peek Inside
Corn Pop Candy | Download (PDF)
This recipe was given to me years ago. At that time, you could only find corn pops around Christmas. Now these puffy corn pieces are available year-round. Think cheese puffs without cheese; that’s corn pops. I used to only make them for the holidays, but now they are popular all year long and disappear within a day or two.
1 large bag corn pops (found on the chip aisle)
3 cubes butter
1 1/2 c. sugar
5 tbsp. white corn syrup
5 tbsp. water
Pour corn pops in a large bowl; set aside. In saucepan, mix remaining ingredients. Bring to a boil; boil for 4 minutes. Pour over corn pops; stir until completely coated. Cool and serve. These can be stored in an airtight container for several days.
Baseball Treat Bag & Water Bottle Wrap
Designer: Jennifer Miller
SUPPLIES: Cardstock: (white, black) Patterned paper: (Baseball Stripe) Adornit-Carolee’s Creations Stickers: (Roosevelt Jr. alphabet) American Crafts; (baseball circle) Adornit-Carolee’s Creations Fibers: (black stitched ribbon) Making Memories Dies: (star, star circle, Varsity numbers) QuicKutz Tools: (die cut machine) QuicKutz; (1/8" circle punch) Other: (kraft paper bag, water bottle) Finished sizes: bag 5 1/4" x 7 1/4", water bottle wrap 8 1/2" x 2 3/4"
1 Adhere patterned paper to bag. 2 Fold bag top; adhere cardstock strip. Affix baseball circle sticker. 3 Spell name with stickers.
1 Cut patterned paper to fit around bottle; mat with cardstock and adhere. 2 Die-cut star circle from cardstock; adhere to lid. 3 Die-cut star from cardstock; mat with cardstock. 4 Die-cut numbers from cardstock; adhere. 5 Punch and tie to bottle with ribbon.
When mass producing, keep your project simple so that your last project looks as good as your first one.
|To comment on this article you must be logged in. Not a member?|