Sweet as You …

Hello Stampin’ Friends ~

As promised … I have a cute card for you today using the Basket Weave Embossing folder that comes in the Blooming Basket Bundle. The use for this project is so unexpected & cute and is the brain child of a fellow demonstrator, so I took it one step further and made a pie in the tin!!

What other type of pie can a girl from Wisconsin make who frequently visits beautiful Door County but Cherry Pie!! The pie was made with the Layering Oval Framelits, once cut you can emboss the oval to create the crust “weave” pattern. The scallop adds the “pinched” area of the crust …. all was sponged with Crumb Cake to give it that “baked” look.

I free handed the pie tin from Smokey Slate … I wanted to use the Silver Foil but I was out! Guess I’ll be putting in an order in soon! lol

The Door County Cherries were created using the “May Flowers” Framelits and the 1/2″ Circle Punch using the Red Glimmer Paper. Door County Cherries are magic 🙂

The greeting comes from the “Cool Treats” stamp set … I think it fits perfectly on this card, and makes a fun Birthday Card!!

Hope you enjoyed seeing another way you can use this fun embossing folder, and I thank our community of Stampin’ Up! demonstrators for sharing so freely 🙂

Thanks for checking out my blog today  …

Have a wonderful Monday!

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One thought on “Sweet as You …

  1. Your cherry pie and card is stunning. Your creative design and techniques is perfect in my custom cookbook, gift package design, wall design in my kitchen or dining room…framed or applied to the wall. BRAVO Linda!

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