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!
Birgit, this is so very cute, clever and creative! I'm now thinking of needing a piece of pie. Great job with theme. Thanks for playing at The Paper Players this week!ReplyDelete
Now aren't you just clever, you would think this is a pie die, fantastic job with it and it does look yummy, like the little added flowers with it and the fork is a great touch too, perfect paper to pair with it!ReplyDelete
What a great idea to use our older shape dies to make pie Birgit!! I don't have a basket weave die, but I'll have to hunt through my stash and see what I can come up with! Your blueberry pie looks so delish, and just perfect setting on the red & white checked tablecloth! Looks like the Summer picnic is ready to begin!! AWESOME card my friend!! Hugs and happy weekend!! :0)ReplyDelete
Your worked a bit of die magic on your blueberry pie and it turned out so CUTE! Love the gingham tablecloth too. Darling card, Birgit!ReplyDelete
Well, if this isn't just the cutest little pie card, EVER!! I just love all of the sweet touches you added to your card, right down to that gingham placemat. Adorable! Thanks so much for joining us the week over at The Paper Players!ReplyDelete
So clever....so yummy! Great tips and tricks create this blueberry pie! When Penny comes to town we always make Jordan Marsh (remember them?) blueberry muffins, may have to make a blueberry pie once in a while! ;) YUM!ReplyDelete