Tuesday, September 19, 2017

SHOPPING OUR STASH #321 - Apple of My Eye


Hello crafty friends!
This week at
we'd like to see apples of some sort on your projects.
That could be apple images, paper, pies, etc. Some of my
teammies got creative and used pineapples on their projects!
Very clever! Here's my card:


 And the inside:

I remembered that I had this apple stamp from
The Alleyway Stamps. It's the first time this image was inked!
(sadly I have many images like that - non inked yet)
I even found some paper with apples on it. Score!

Now it's your turn! Simply create something with some type of apple(s) on it
and be sure to link up at Shopping Our Stash so we can admire it!
For more ideas, please check out what my teammies created.
Thanks for visiting!



I'd like to enter this at:

 



Supplies:
Stamps: The Alleyway Stamps - It's Fall About You; Taylored Expressions - Taylor; Paper Smooches - Happy Birthday
Ink: Memento - Tuxedo Black
DP: DCWV - Simply Autumn Stack
CS: TE; Recollections
Accessories: MISTI; Inkadinkado - black EP; heat gun; Recollections - vellum
Adhesives: SA by 3L - tape runner, 3D & Thin 3D foam squares

7 comments:

lauren bergold said...

oooooooooh this is the PERFECT combination of stamp + paper! love it!!! ♥

Audrey Pettit said...

Your paper pieced apples are so cute! Love the fall scene here!

Barbara Godden said...

Great take on the sketch and a fabulous card, love those apples. I see we entered the same challenges too. lol.

Donna said...

Papers and an apple stamp?? Perfection!
Love your paper pieced apples, that just works so well for the apples doesn't it?
Loves it sistah!

Leigh Penner said...

Oh, this is so fun! Great take on the sketch!

Maria Rodriguez. said...

Chris, I love the warm Autumn colors on your pattern paper, it's the perfect background for your beautiful paper pieced apples, sweet card Chris, love it.
Hugs,
Maria.

Colleen said...

Fun Fun card...your background paper is delightful, love all those trees! And the "half" apple slices are terrific, glad you inked everything up! thank you for joining us at Seize the Birthday!

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