Speaking of apples........Today I have a project that features one! I had this idea in my head for a bit and was glad to finally create it: I created this project with Little Yellow Bicycle: Head of the Class patterned paper and a chipboard shape (pencil) from Little Yellow Bicycle. I created the box using my Scor-pal (Easily done by scoring a 6" by 6" paper on 2", 4" measurements and then rotating the paper and scoring at the same increments again. Cut and tape. Might post a quick picture of the cut lines to make it more clear.)
I used Plantin SchoolBook (Cricut Cartridge) to cut the apple design. To give it a bit of dimension, I stitched the blue apple over the red one and then pulled the sides of the blue up. I added an SRM sticker "Thanks" (from Shine Your Light) on the pencil and a bit of Twinery ribbon to tie it to the apple.
I added a handle and some Hershey's kisses to finish off the treat. I am thinking this might be an fun way to present gift cards to the teachers at Christmas :)
Supplies: Patterned paper- Head of the Class: Back to School, Penmanship Blue, Principal Gray, Red Study Hall (Little Yellow Bicycle); chipboard shape (Little Yellow Bicycle); die cutting machine- Cricut Expression, Plantin SchoolBook cartridge; ribbon- the Twinery; sticker- "Thanks" Shine Your Light (SRM Stickers); Scor-Pal.
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