Have you seen any of the cards made using the Basket Weave Embossing Folder for a pie top?
They are just so cute! I remember when I got mine, my first thought was a lattice pie top.
As it kept popping up in blogland, I decided to use the idea on this card.
I used the pretty Tutti Frutti and Wood Textues 6″ x 6″ Designer Series Paper Stacks to create
a rustic background for my Lemon Lime Twist apron. The smallest Stitched Shapes circle and the
new 1-3/8″ scallop circle punch made my cute little pie. I used a scrap of retired Real Red ribbon.
The apple image is found in the SU Picnic with You Bundle.
Seemed appropriate, don’t you think?
I have been waiting to post this apron card made for my neighbor and my daughter’s college roomie, Carly, who turned 21 last week. Carly LOVES to bake and even made an apron before the fall semester started so I thought this card was perfect for her. Carly’s Aunt Diane just slipped a gift card into the pocket on the apron front made with the the pear paper and rick rack.
Here’s the inside of the card opened up: Card Recipe: STAMPS: SU Perfectly Preserved. SU Mini Messages INK: SU Pumpkin Pie, SU Gumball Green, SU Chocolate Chip PAPER: SU Orchard Harvest DSP, SU Gumball Green, SU Very Vanilla, SU More Mustard, SU Early Espresso ACCESSORIES: SU Early Espresso baker’s twine, random ribbon, rick rack, and buttons that coordinated with the colors in the DSP TOOLS: SU Cannery Framelits dies, SU 1″ punch, SU 1 1/4 ” Scallop punch, SU 1 3/4 ” scallop punch, SU Corner Rounder, SU 1 1/2 ” circle punch
*Fellow demonstrator, Linda Heller, inspired me to create this card from her directions on STAMPING SCHOOL online. Check it out!