Autumn Apples

by Tracy

Hey lovelies, Tracy here with you today sharing a card I created using the latest release.

I LOVE the new stand alone dies that Katia created for this release, especially the Shaker dies as they have so many elements to them. When I saw the Shaker Apple Die my instant thought was to create an Autumn card with it. This is my favourite time of year so I had to celebrate it with a card šŸ™‚


I started off by using the smaller apple die and die cutting lots of card. I also used two elements from the Shaker Pumpkin Die – Leaf and stalk curl.

I wanted a stalk for the apples but the one that came with them works better with the bigger apple element so I used the Pumpkin Stalk curl instead.


The good thing with this is you can play around with placement and it also gives another use to this die.


I then used Pigment inks and added some colour to the apples and leaves, I went for reds and greens on the apples and a mix of Red, Green, Orange and brown on the leaves.

Whilst they was drying I torn a section of vellum and heat embossed a sentiment from the Autumn borders stamp set. I used some wood look paper I had in my stash as the backdrop and trimmed it down and started to arrange all pieces.

I adhered the Vellum strip in place and then started to adhered all the elements, propping a couple up with Foam tape.


Once that was done I trimmed all the excess from the edges and adhered it to a white card base, looking at it now I probably should have gone with a more autumnal coloured base.

I had a couple of spare leaves so I adhered them along the vellum strip.

I love how this turned out and LOVE these die sets.

IMG-2636(1)Products used –

Shaker Apple Dies

Shaker Pumpkin Dies

Autumn Borders Stamp set


Spectrum Noir Pigment Inks

WOW Gold Embossing powder



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Lynn Hayes September 20, 2019 - 10:02 am

The vellum sentiment looks absolutely perfect with those delicious apples and leaves. Gorgeous card for fall!

Henriƫtte September 21, 2019 - 5:57 am

Absolute awesome card Tracy, I love how your apples look so realistic. Thank you so much fro sharing and have a great weekend.


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