What I love about so many of these free printables is that while they are cute, fun, and functional – they also encourage us to love on and serve others. Since it’s fall, and typically we can get our hands on lots of apples – I’ve been thinking that it would be fun to make Homemade Caramel Sauce, put it on a jar with a gift tag, then put it into a basket of apples to give to someone. Wouldn’t that be a fun and cute gift?
And so, I gave the idea to one of my designers, and here is what she came up with:
I love it!
These cards can be printed on white cardstock, cut and folded over. You can write an encouraging note inside to the person you plan to deliver the basket to. The tags were created with both “Homemade Caramel Sauce” on the front, and with a blank front if you’d like to do something else with it.
Fun, cute, FREE – and a great way to bless someone. Download the gift tags below. Then get to work on some Homemade Caramel Sauce! Have fun!
Download the “Homemade Caramel Sauce” Tag here.
Download the Blank Tag Here.
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Teri Reuschel says
Hi. I just found your blog last week and love it. Have been on the eating plan since around November and like you had a very hard time giving up Pepsi. I appreciate your openness about your spiritual struggles and your journey of faith. It is so cool to find others on similar journeys. Thanks for being real, sharing what you are learning and helping the rest of us take care of our families in all kinds of ways.
You are an Encouragement.
Doesn’t the caramel sauce need to be refrigerated? If so how does that work with gift giving? Or is there a way to process it so it does not need to be refrigerated? Thanks!
You make a good point! I think I will just tell people when I hand them the basket that the caramel sauce should go into the fridge until they’re ready to eat it. (And maybe jot a note about that on the tag too.)