Friday, November 9, 2007

Apples for Sale

The colours in this cute card makes my mouth water because it reminds me of a juicy Red Delicious was easy to make...the printed papers and card stock are left over scrap pieces...the colours are brighter than fall, but those juicy apples in the basket definitely bring the feeling of fall to mind.

The quick and easy recipe:
Stamp sets: Large Bushel Basket, Large Apples, Apple Slices, and Apples for sale sentiment.
Papers and Card stock: country plaid papers, country stripes papers , Whisper White, and Real Red card stock.
Ink: Pumpkin Pie and Black Pigment Ink.
Additional Supplies: assorted watercolour pencils, snail adhesive, splender blender pencil from Rembrandt, stickles clear glitter, and red gingham ribbon from Michael's.

After I stamped the apples I cut them the top of the basket I made a slit and slide the bottom half of the apples into it...I used my snail adhesive to hold it into place and then I curled the leaves a it some dimension....this same technique could be used with any basket stamp and anything you would want to add to the basket...the apple slices used a white watercolour pencil and then I used the splender blender pencil to blend it finish of the card I used a little stickles glitter to look like dew drops...I used a regular 5x7 cream card stock for the card.

I hope everyone enjoyed my card...thanks for stopping by.
Have a stampin' good evening.

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