Hello friends ~ Have you seen some of the amazing pie dies that are out on the market right now? There's so many dies that I like when I first see them, then I buy them (or want to buy them), use them once (maybe twice) and then they sit on a shelf and collect dust.
I want to inspire you to pull out your older, basic shaped dies and use them in new and creative ways.
I started by making the pie, using a silver scalloped circle for the pie plate. I used very old Spellbinders Nestabilities Circles to make the rest of the pie, using solid blue cardstock for the blueberry filling and a basket weave die cut from kraft cardstock. I then cut that panel again using the same size circle and sponged on some gathered twig DOX ink to the edges to give it a fresh from the oven look.
Embellish your pie using any small circle dies you have in your stash, to make the blueberries, and add a flower. The fork is from Spellbinders Serve a Slice. I layered it onto a red & white gingham tablecloth, cut using a stitched rectangle with a stitched scalloped white border.
I hope you're inspired to pull out your older, basic shaped dies and get creative with them.
I'll be adding this card to The Paper Players challenge.
Thanks for stopping by!