Sunday, January 29

An apple a day...

or in my case a bowl of oatmeal a day!

 

Decided to use as much from my scrap stash as I can for the next bunch of challenges.
It is FAR too large and I am having trouble closing the drawer.

In this case I started with a white card stock base card and layer a small piece of the "lumberjack" plaid paper to the bottom.
I placed a strip of black card stock to the top of the plaid.
On to another piece of extra white card stock and I stamped it with images from Lawn Fawn's "Thanks a Bushel" set using Adirondack pitch black ink.
I colored the images using Chameleon pens and die cut out the images using the Lawn Fawn coordinating dies.
To make the bushel pop I backed it with a square of black card stock. 
Finally I glue dotted all the images down. 

5 comments:

  1. I LOVE that plaid paper! Cute idea to go with apples!

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    1. I come from Western New York apple country and have five trees on my property so I can't resist them, even if it's Wintertime!

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  2. Your apples pair perfectly with the plaid paper - well done on reducing the size of your scrap box too! Thanks for joining in with my sketch challenge over at The Paper Players this week!

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    1. Sadly it's a very small piece from a very big stash.

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  3. I just love that buffalo checked paper! The apples were the perfect for this sketch! Glad you were able to use some of your scraps, too! So happy you shared with The Paper Players this week! XX

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