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Friday, October 14, 2011
Happy Foodie Friday! We try to eat seasonally at our house (unless I've frozen or canned something!) so we eagerly await the arrival of the new crop of crisp apples. Some to eat out of hand and some for this yummy pie. I make it as often as I think our waistlines can handle it. :-) I posted the recipe way back in 2009 so I've put it on a printable doc for you so you can have some too. You can also find the link on the Recipe page above for future reference.
Praline Taffy Apple Pie...yes, Virginia, it's that wicked good!!
Don't forget to make the Perfect Pie Crust recipe to go with it but I bet you have some in the freezer. ;-)
Wicked good pie needs a wicked good Halloween card to go with it. I used the sketch from Mojo Monday 210. I left off the sentiment panel and opted to stamp my sentiment below the border because I didn't want to cover up all that lovely glittery paper. Think I'll be forgiven? I used the elegant bats from Rubbernecker Stamps Halloween Set 1.
You'll want to pop back in on Sunday...the Rubbernecker Stamps DT is hosting a Blog Hop and there will be a prize along the way!
I used Versamark to stamp the small bat background and just a strip of glittery K & Co. paper. The single bat is heat embossed with black detail embossing powder. I dipped the edges of the cardstock in glue and glitter for extra sparkle.
Cardstock - Papertrey Ink
Designer Paper - K & Co.
Stamps - Rubbernecker Stamps Halloween Set 1
Ink - Tsukineko Versamark
Other - MS glitter, ribbon, Spellbinders Square dies, MS border punch, black detail EP