Saturday, October 27, 2012

Apple Wishes

We had a craft show at our church today and I say "show" instead of "sale" because I'm not sure many items were sold.  I wasn't selling, just working at the luncheon, and there wasn't much traffic.  There are not a lot of new items to be made.  The one new item is those boa style scarves and a LOT of people had them at their booth.  With that much competition, I'm not sure many got sold.

Today's card is for Celebrate the Occasion - An Apple a Day.   I made an apple card before and decided to look for a different apple.  I found this one on Plantin Schoolbook.

The card is from Elegant Edges, book layer, welded and flipped to make the base in white.  I cut another section 1/4" smaller from colored cardstock and made a green apple because I wanted a Granny Smith.  I sanded it down, inked the edges and the stem and leaf.  The tag, sentiment and red and white twine are all from My Craft Spot.  I think this is so simple yet cute.


  1. Simple & clever, this apple looks soooo yummy! Thank you for joining us at the Celebrate the Occasion challenge and hope to see you back again. Hugs
    Anna xxx

  2. You did a great job! Thanks for playing @ CTO!

  3. Like the Clean & Simple CAS style. I host a challenge at Speedy TV Mark's Finest Papers Simple Salutations in which the challenge this wk challenge #16 is Fruit or Veg. You have an Apple on your wonderful creation. Membership in MFP is free. Please join, enter & let them know I sent you.
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"
    MFP Simple Salutations Hostess

  4. Cute card, love the shape!!
    Thanks for joining us at CTO this week!!!

  5. I just love that green and the background paper really makes your fabulous apple pop, great card! Thank you for joining us this week @ CTO for our "An apple a day" challenge :)

  6. Cute card, that apple looks good enough to eat!
    Thank you for sharing with us at Celebrate the Occasion this week, Rachel xxx